Casually Explained: Tipping

15.05.2019
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In this episode, I go around to subscriber's houses, forcing them to watch ads and taking their spare change.
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Kommentteja
  • It's this simple really.. why would the customer compensate for the low wages the restaurants are giving their employees?? It's like I'm already giving them money in exchange for the food and service PLUS I have to give the employees additional cash for their trouble. Then I get called cheap or possibly shamed when I go out the restaurant. What kind of fcked up system is that?

    richSalaz merichSalaz me2 tuntia sitten
  • It's rude to tip in my country. They return the extra money.

    Mello MelonMello Melon8 tuntia sitten
  • Tipping strategy in America: Leave a piece of paper where you calculate how much you're going to tip, then just don't Then never eat at that establishment again

    Bobby JCFHv LichtensteinBobby JCFHv Lichtenstein15 tuntia sitten
  • Japan tipping in any form is usually frowned upon because they feel like it's bribing for better service and will usally decline it

    Glenn SchmidtGlenn Schmidt15 tuntia sitten
  • My fellow Americans make sure you remember to tip 15 percent on your taxes

    Egg BoyEgg Boy17 tuntia sitten
  • american sandwich 😂

    ladiesman2048ladiesman204819 tuntia sitten
  • America is a first world country with 3rd world culture

    Mike DMike D19 tuntia sitten
  • God I love not being American

    Anika PotgieterAnika PotgieterPäivä sitten
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    Ozil GzbsjOzil GzbsjPäivä sitten
  • So you have to pay to get surgery. Yeah. You also get it done faster, better, and you dont have to pay as much in taxes. In Canada and other countries you pay for a specialist anyway so in America it's overall better. People may argue that for people that cant afford it then what are they going to do. I say work harder and longer so you can pay it off. Plus unemployment is at an all time low and minimum wage is higher.

    Tyler ZelaninkTyler ZelaninkPäivä sitten
  • Why is chicken Parmigiano not called chicken mozzarella??? Explain that one, smart boy!

    SamanthaSamanthaPäivä sitten
  • I usually just round up the bill in my country and the person working there just puts the money in some pot for charity

    Spirit DetectiveSpirit DetectivePäivä sitten
  • WHY DID HE CIRCLE IRELAND WHEN HE SAID BRITAIN?!! 😡😡😡

    Adam DoranAdam DoranPäivä sitten
  • Tips is actually a acronym and your supposed to get it before you do the job, T.I.P.S.=To. Insure. Proper. Service.

    Ninja GizzmoNinja Gizzmo2 päivää sitten
  • Who the fuck has 1500 in textbooks. Boy I have zero lmao

    Nick SheltonNick Shelton2 päivää sitten
  • Under paying waitresses for hourly pay only happens in very few states and is only to my knowledge is Oklahoma

    Cayden MongoloCayden Mongolo2 päivää sitten
  • I load groceries into people's cars at Walmart, and while tips are appreciated I'm honestly happier if you bring a big friendly dog for me to pet instead. One lady consistently does both, she's pretty much the best.

    Kieran GrantKieran Grant2 päivää sitten
  • a shiny nickel

    Depressed carrotDepressed carrot2 päivää sitten
  • I always thought Tipping was a city in China.

    Buddy PiperBuddy Piper3 päivää sitten
  • Reason Why tripping is like that in USA is because restaurant owners get paid the least in the service industry. Reason For that is The great depression was greater than thought. I dont think tho the servers are complaining though(Espesually female servers), as they earn more than the minimal wage.

    Leonard WolfLeonard Wolf3 päivää sitten
  • Yeah, don’t group in ireland when you say the uk, tnks

    Bpb101Bpb1013 päivää sitten
  • This guy is quite funny. I like his chilled approach to shit

    Bonga NgcoboBonga Ngcobo3 päivää sitten
  • I tipped a waiter with a 100$ bill and he went to get his boss, who personally thanked me for being so generous. Later when I didn't have money, he spotted me for a pack of smokes. If tipping was always like this in america, I wouldn't mind it.

    Jordan KellyJordan Kelly3 päivää sitten
  • Fuck tips lol

    Yomamacrib 32Yomamacrib 323 päivää sitten
  • I've heard several Brits say they get very few tips, it's not expected whatsoever

    Alex ShadowfaxAlex Shadowfax4 päivää sitten
  • Keep the change better 😂

    Chew ChewChew Chew4 päivää sitten
  • Yeah the tipping system isnt perfect but the federal minimum wage for servers is like 2.15 an hour compared to 7.25. And 7.25 is not a livable wage in many cities across the country already. So a lot of servers rely on being tipped 20% to pay their own bills, and unless the government forces businesses to suddenly pay their wait staff a live able wage (with respect to the area they live in), then not tipping as a "protest" or "because you dont understand/agree with it" only hurts the servers who took care of you. Serving is not the easiest job, and many servers have families to provide for. Please tip appropriately in America even if you don't agree with it! We need to get legislators to change the laws, but servers shouldnt have to suffer financially because the system is flawed! Choosing not to tip hurts servers more in the short term.

    Trudy ChenTrudy Chen4 päivää sitten
  • This again. "The gov't pays for your healthcare." You pay for your own healthcare in Canada, just like everywhere else. Only you do it a dollar at a time with every single purchase you make your entire life, instead of getting a bill when you get a service. If you like that, cool. I'd like that too. But please, for the love of GOD, STOP saying it's "FREE" or that "the GOV'T pays" because it's not, and it doesn't.

    John BartholfJohn Bartholf4 päivää sitten
  • No tip gang

    漂白I3LEACH漂白I3LEACH5 päivää sitten
  • “Africa, if they had extra money” lmfao

    Cr1ymsonCr1ymson5 päivää sitten
  • I've always hated the fact that somewhere you're expected to pay even for a shitty service just because of some retarded "tradition". I only tip when the service is somehow special and ofc round it out when I just had no issues. Luckily in my country, there's 0 policy on how much you're supposed to tip and stuff like that and people usually tip only when they feel like the tip is well deserved because in my country they don't underpay their workers lol.

    kirop7kirop75 päivää sitten
  • I'll always remember a dinner in Hawaii with two brits, two aussies, a kiwi and a south african. Service was shocking, very rude waitress - e.g. "Can we see the dessert menu please?" "No". She then raged at us for only tipping 7.5%. I don't get how the Americans think about tipping if the service is horrible... do you do it anyway? What are you paying for then?!

    Kelvin CasingKelvin Casing5 päivää sitten
  • Some people forget some places pay their workers on tips only like in Virginia

    Diego Coj beltranDiego Coj beltran6 päivää sitten
  • America needs to disappear

    Metalmachine18Metalmachine186 päivää sitten
  • I drive taxi in finland and had an american lady as a passenger. Once we got to the hotel she gave me 30€ on top of the 50€ ride cost. Then she even asked "is this enough tip?" :D

    juutuubnoobjuutuubnoob6 päivää sitten
  • tip to get a nice clean number, leave the coins behind

    Thorfinn RoarThorfinn Roar6 päivää sitten
  • Ill say this much, servers and waiters and bartenders make about 100 dollars a night on average. While kitchen staff always make minimum wage. In other words women make allot in the unskilled labor force. Not a problem unless you work as a dishwasher. A necessary job that takes little skill but a giant deal of hard work. Making a dishwasher a magical being that is needed and disregarded at the same time. And cooks will continue to be useless as the menu and their managers continue to make them look like they are amazing, when in reality its a puzzle game that they still mess up while burning everything and making a mess that they never clean. I burn my pan every 10 minutes but the reason ur foods not here is the dishwasher sucks. 5 cooks two managers 10 waiters but 1 guy cleaning up for everyone and playing fetch cause everyone is too important to leave their station needs to get his shit together cause we are over booked and someone spilled wine in the bathroom.. Where is he!!! He is just a dishwasher u would thing he would be happy to have an easy job the ungrateful shit. He claims to be tired and hungry but he cant even keep his cloths clean. Always the first to arrive and the last to leave, also always the first to be fired and the last to be promoted or given a raise. Clean the walk in.. do the prep.. keep the floors clean and the kitchen stalked.. Its not hard! Why do i not have clean pans!! How am i going to burn this sugar sauce that takes 30 minutes for a normal person to clean... Oh well its ten time to go home.. Its ok the dishwasher will clean up he goes home at 2am anyway cause he looks after the bar. At 7.25 an hour working 40 to 60 hours a week.. That can make rent and nothing else. So yeah going to school at the same time is impossible. Let alone eating

    hero joshiehero joshie7 päivää sitten
  • That last joke was dark...

    Khang LamKhang Lam9 päivää sitten
  • It gets worse, actually. Some restaurants don't have to make up the difference depending on in which state they're located. Server pay various as well - in red states server pay is often less than $3 an hour. Also, it is courtesy to tip on the bill's original amount before any discount, coupon, or promotional deal. That's why, typically, they show you the pre-discount subtotal on your checks.

    Jack LumryJack Lumry9 päivää sitten
  • this...this confuses me

    Ayah LajaAyah Laja9 päivää sitten
  • I hate American tipping culture. Is just so nice to go somewhere, know how much the fuck you're buying costs, and then paying that amount, instead of the mind games of morality and bullshit.

    Yadisf HaddadYadisf Haddad9 päivää sitten
  • Can't wait for my retirement. Japan here I come Cuz fuck tipping

    Eureka549868879Eureka5498688799 päivää sitten
  • Every time i hear people talk about tipping, i gratefully thank the gods that i live in Sweden (Tipping is 't a thing in Scandinavia)

    Victor KvibergVictor Kviberg10 päivää sitten
  • Unfortunately your video doesn’t cover the actual reason that tipping exists in the parts of the world that just so happens to be the parts of the world that had the emancipation of black slaveryZ It’s not a coincidence. While tipping is so ingrained in many aspects of American commerce today, it actually didn’t originate here: It began in the aristocratic homes of feudal Europe, when lords would give their servants a little extra money when they went above and beyond their duties.When the practice was brought to the United States in the 19th century, the American public was deeply uncomfortable with it. Many saw tipping as undemocratic and therefore un-American. A powerful anti-tipping movement erupted, fueled by the argument that employers, not customers, should be paying workers. But American restaurants and railway companies fought particularly hard to keep tipping, because it meant they didn’t have to pay recently freed black slaves who were now employed by those industries. Europe eventually did away with tipping. But in America, pressure from powerful corporate interests resulted in a two-tiered wage system for tipped and non-tipped workers, institutionalizing a highly racialized system of economic exclusion. Formalized in 1938 in the first minimum wage law as part of the New Deal, this separate and unequal system stated that employers were not obligated to pay a base wage to workers whose minimum wage was met through tips.

    Bernie OrGuillotine2020Bernie OrGuillotine202010 päivää sitten
  • Won't tip... Feel free to call me rude...

    Ace StormAce Storm11 päivää sitten
  • In Germany I am told we should always tip 10%

    NealonHQNealonHQ11 päivää sitten
  • is the china thing true??

    H_065_Rahul Rajendra SharmaH_065_Rahul Rajendra Sharma11 päivää sitten
  • easy solution-- dont tip anyone unless they do an exceptional job and deserve a little extra thankyou bonus

    T E83T E8311 päivää sitten
  • That reminds me of my work. I work in retail in a hardware store, and I sometimes have to cut some wood on measure, and we have a store policy that if you buy wood from us, we will cut it on measure for free. Some people instantly give me like a 10 euros tip, and I'll be there super glad that they appreciated it, but also flabbergasted lol. It's my job, and I like doing it, and I always try to give best customer service, but after all, it's just my job :p Tipping and getting compliments that people specifically come to our store because basically they're getting treated well and can always ask something and stuff are what make my day :)

    Fabian Van Der ElstFabian Van Der Elst12 päivää sitten
  • Of all the things Canada could have copied from the USA.....tipping? Really?

    619 WWE FAN619 WWE FAN12 päivää sitten
  • I hate the tipping culture in America and when I could I made it a point to only gi to restaurants that had a no tipping policy and pay their employees a fair wage,... Then I went back to normal restaurants because that was the worst service I ever had. I miss Europe.

    PhobosDynamiPhobosDynami12 päivää sitten
  • Ini my country tip is just a choice

    Hansel FinnHansel Finn12 päivää sitten
  • Tipping, aka charity.

    DD12 päivää sitten
  • In India, we do tip. We just tip less or more depending on how much the server worked for us. Depends on place to place. I am an annoying customer. So I would give in 100rs of an 1000rs meal.

    NewAccount 1974NewAccount 197413 päivää sitten
  • Casually explained. Why US businesses can’t seem to pay their employees better so that tipping isn’t an issue for consumers

    Sarah RSarah R13 päivää sitten
  • dont tip in iceland its rude.

    Finnur Gauti GuðmundssonFinnur Gauti Guðmundsson13 päivää sitten
  • People don't tip in Finland and it is in Europe so you are wrong.

    Onni PartanenOnni Partanen13 päivää sitten
  • Visited America. One thing I found out is if the server says 'would you like change' when you pay in cash what they're really saying is 'if you say no I will assume the change is my tip'. So I say no as the change is 30 cents or something because I think what's the point in having that back, I'll just leave a tip on the table and they can keep the 30 cents on top of that. So I leave a big tip on the table thinking I'm being a good tourist. We get up to leave and wave goodbye and thank them. The server scowels, tuts and turns around as they hadn't seen that they have a tip on the table. The duty to pay servers a living wage should be on the company not the customers. Unbelievably backwards system 🤔.

    LeobreakfastLeobreakfast14 päivää sitten
  • If you don’t tip there is something wrong with you. Just because you disagree with the culture doesn’t mean you’re better than anyone else.

    Jaxattax1Jaxattax114 päivää sitten
  • Some ppl who give u a good service (normal service) expect u to tip just because of their efforts.its like tipping someone for not murdering me or ran over me while crossing the road.its the law

    why notwhy not15 päivää sitten
  • If u act like a dick and spit on food,swear the costumer for not tipping u ,it shows that u dont even care about your job.in my city i have to go outside when the delivery guy(usually a 17/18) tells me he is outside and then he isnt and i have to wait 5-10 for him to come.rain/heat no matter what.and i work at the supermarket do i expect to get tipped?espicially now when theres shit tons of work because of corona...NO I DO NOT

    why notwhy not15 päivää sitten
  • 4:49 so argentina, brazil, Uruguay and Chile are First world countries now?

    Máximo DubsMáximo Dubs15 päivää sitten
  • People from Florida, surrender, you're from Latinoamérica now

    Máximo DubsMáximo Dubs15 päivää sitten
  • I don't get why you can't increase the price of food and give the difference to the employees...

    Giovanni GronchiGiovanni Gronchi15 päivää sitten
  • Tips make up more than 50% of delivery income, sometimes you get deliveries where the tip is higher than the actual cost of the food. Tips can be extremely high, like receiving $60 in tip to deliver a cake.

    MansiMansi16 päivää sitten
  • Tipping is stupid what is more stupid is demanding a tip

    Yuvraj NigadeYuvraj Nigade16 päivää sitten
  • socialist

    Paweł JanczarPaweł Janczar16 päivää sitten
  • a restaurant by where I live tried to remove the tipping by raising the food prices and pay the employees a decent wage... a month later they went out of business...It was to expensive to eat there...

    LastAmericanVirginLastAmericanVirgin17 päivää sitten
  • In Portugal we don't really have a tip culture, that's a thing that is more usual when tourists started to came here more. But if you want to tip, 2,00 € is enough, if you give more people will be very happy of course. In many places if you eat all your food the feeling is "damn, they still must be hungry, let me ask if they want a little more without paying", just because they are nice people and having a "thanks it was very good and satisfying" is the most important.

    Fábio PereiraFábio Pereira17 päivää sitten
  • My mom should tip me when I clean my room

    TheMonocleGuyTheMonocleGuy17 päivää sitten
    • oh my god this is sOooOooOoo relatable

      Buba VungaBuba Vunga15 päivää sitten
  • i remember when i was very young, we moved to another house. my mom insisted on ordering food for the movers so we ended up eating lunch with total strangers

    tadaamtadaam18 päivää sitten
  • I think the tipping thing being almost mandatory is just a backfire of the American culture. Because contrary to popular belief Americans are generally quit nice.

    Sheep iShlySheep iShly18 päivää sitten
  • Why the hell would i tip? i just gived them money for the food!!

    The Great Arabian KnightThe Great Arabian Knight19 päivää sitten
  • Matrix vector calculus like Gauss Divergence Theorem was very fun but trying to calculate 20% of the item you've ordered just for tipping while you're drunk trying to pay your deliver guy is hell and stupid.

    zarith4fiddyzarith4fiddy19 päivää sitten
  • As an american, tipping fucking sucks. Should just be banned.

    DragonyxDragonyx19 päivää sitten
  • I used to work at a mecican resturant and I mad about 16 dollars an hour if people like you you make good money this is also in a cheap area so that matches up to about 40 dollars in a place like New York or LA. I have been through much of europe and asia and bery few places have service near as good as much of the US

    Tyson PruittTyson Pruitt19 päivää sitten
  • We legit have to start an anti-tipping movement here. Then waiters will quit unless restaurants pay enough

    Jonah NelsonJonah Nelson19 päivää sitten
  • Tipping is a great idea in concept, but it’s ruined by the people who tip no matter what.

    Zach BZach B19 päivää sitten
  • Thank fuck this cancerous tipping culture will most likely go away because the federal US minimum wage will be dragged out of the 80's kicking and screaming to $15 nationwide.

    ManedWolfMonarchManedWolfMonarch20 päivää sitten
  • Oh... I'm tipping you because your doing your job? Well good fucking job mate, this is what you get when a generation is raised on participation trophies and gold stars for simply fucking existing. I don't tip because I don't beleive in congratulating people on doing what they were hired to do. If they do something they aren't meant to do, sure i'll throw a dollar you way though but don't expect 18 fucking percent.

    ManedWolfMonarchManedWolfMonarch20 päivää sitten
  • As a European, you nerds are insane, please stop you might even spread it to mexico

    Buba VungaBuba Vunga21 päivä sitten
  • Genuine question on the medical standpoint: Why do you Canadians come to the US for treatment? Better care? Less waiting times? What exactly is it?

    TaxedTaxed22 päivää sitten
    • Yeah, its better quality and quicker because your actively paying for it over here. In Canada its "free" for everyone because its stapled onto their taxes.

      ManedWolfMonarchManedWolfMonarch20 päivää sitten
  • In latin america nobody expects you to tip at all so if you do it's a happy surprise, just like cat calling.

    IvanIvan22 päivää sitten
  • I just wanna throw in some places that have tip jars, like chipotle or dunkins, pay at or over the standard wages, and tips are split by the staff. Usually the tip jar is just there to leave either the coins or maybe a dollar or two if the service was really good. However some wait staff (not all) like the tip system because when they get cash tips it’s easier to not report it so you end up paying less in taxes at the end of the year, or if you work at a really high end restaurant or in a bar as a bartender, you can end up making hundreds of dollars in tips alone on good nights. I’m not saying it’s better for everyone, and I’m not saying it’s better than what the rest of the world does, but the people who are saying they don’t want to go to the US just because of tipping seem really over dramatic, you can afford to fly across the world but you’re scared of a little math?

    SuckmuscleSuckmuscle23 päivää sitten
  • "Africa if they had extra money". Bruh.

    Halcon SerranoHalcon Serrano24 päivää sitten
  • Don't tip in Italy. It's insulting. Waiters are considered professionals and you wouldn't tip your doctor or accountant.

    JoelJoel321JoelJoel32124 päivää sitten
  • Wait what why

    Rimoro S.Rimoro S.25 päivää sitten
  • Yeah Japan doesn't do tip

    SamuraiSamurai26 päivää sitten
  • ok canadinadese person. I saw that toonie

    Joseph PostmaJoseph Postma26 päivää sitten
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    Crimson BotCrimson Bot27 päivää sitten
  • I enjoy tipping. $40 Chinese or Pizza delivery? They’re getting a $10 bill.

    SickentistSickentist28 päivää sitten
  • >Beeing a German. >Remebering the moments when the bill was like 4.95 Euros and I gave 5 Euros and said keep the change. >Feeling pretty bad and superior at the same time after watching this video.

    TranszendenzTranszendenz28 päivää sitten
  • Is that China thing seriously real

    Mr MonsterMouthMr MonsterMouth29 päivää sitten
    • Yea

      ErruptErrupt22 päivää sitten
  • Man I get paid a little above minimum but the wage you get compared to expense is so little, that the little tips I get increase my salary by 1-2 dollars an hour so I can afford to tip other people

    stefan cogurikstefan cogurik29 päivää sitten
  • Dear lord just pay the goddam servers minimum wage and end this social and mental gymnastics.

    Marc Vegas15Marc Vegas15Uukausi sitten
  • niche

    StarstrikeStarstrikeUukausi sitten
  • America is full of greedy capitalists who care about their wallets more rather than their employees.

    Faceless MaskFaceless MaskUukausi sitten
  • Everything I 've pressed "other" and then "0%", I felt someone was going to come and take me to jail....

    Max SMax SUukausi sitten
  • As a nzlander I can say we think tipping is a joke

    Fish PizzaFish PizzaUukausi sitten
  • In china, we don't tip. Just f*cking pay your employees, jesus christ.

    Lucas ChenLucas ChenUukausi sitten
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