Casually Explained: Tipping

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  1. iei

    iei5 хвилин тому

    I must say I'm impressed by this guy's global awareness. It is an uncommon thing among North Americans ngl

  2. Finley Jackson

    Finley Jackson4 години тому

    Do not tip in japan

  3. Alonso Martii

    Alonso Martii19 годин тому

    And not in Hollywood to Sherman oaks they want tips just to take your order. NO thanks I did also make the minimum wage I didn't like it and got another job that paid better.

  4. Ska

    Ska23 години тому

    so basically the rich made a social structure where they exploit the customers and staff even more than they do

  5. Daniel Lee

    Daniel LeeДень тому

    Isnt the whole meaning of minimum wage that you can't pay the workers less than it?

  6. Leffer suck it

    Leffer suck itДень тому

    1:35 dude just dropped His remix

  7. Ciara Bliss

    Ciara BlissДень тому

    I’m always watching these high and this is like the 10th time I watched it to realise that the doctors taking 15% of your abdomen was a joke not an actual thing in America just Yano merica... crack den

  8. Francesca Mercedes Guilliod

    Francesca Mercedes Guilliod2 дні тому

    I don’t tip because your employer should be paying you, not me. But that’s not going to stop me from sitting down for your good service. You little pansy, my little act of meanness is sure to stick it to the powers that be. So what if you’re not making a living wage right now? That’s the point. Corporate does not care about that. The only thing that’s going to change the system is federal regulations, so all you do by not tipping on good service is rob a person of their wages. You rob because now the server has to tip out to the host/busser/bar a percentage of your bill out of their own money. You rob because you wasted space and time in the server’s section. The severs get tables in a rotation and its like they got “skipped”. It’s a democracy. If you want change, do it right. Until then, be kind.

  9. Table Flip

    Table Flip2 дні тому

    Wait is that appendix thing for real?

  10. Demospire

    Demospire2 дні тому

    Grocery delivery is 300%

  11. maniac

    maniac2 дні тому

    I live in Germany and all the people I know tip pretty much always

  12. PavFed

    PavFed2 дні тому

    I've never seen anyone tip in sweden

  13. Jairus Zapata

    Jairus Zapata3 дні тому

    His voice is fit for a voice to text software

  14. not noob

    not noob3 дні тому

    What if I just don't tip?

  15. I J

    I J3 дні тому

    tips in France : just keep the change

  16. Liberty_Or_Death_1776

    Liberty_Or_Death_17763 дні тому

    Dont actually tip in japan if you tip in more traditional places in japan you are telling the employee you think they look poor

  17. LimeHeart

    LimeHeart4 дні тому

    ive lived in nz for 15 years but have never heard of anyone tipping

  18. Keelan Esquivel

    Keelan Esquivel4 дні тому

    “Restaurants have to pay the waiter up to minimum wage if they don’t make that within a month” *restaurant owners cower in fear*

  19. Harry Rose

    Harry Rose5 днів тому

    Does any one else’s hospitality job just combine the year’s tips to go all out for a Christmas party for all the staff?? Last Christmas the cafe I worked at went to a late night bowling alley/arcade with the year’s tip money and had a crazy fun time

  20. BlazeKev

    BlazeKev3 дні тому

    "Yeah we're going to take the money that's supposed to be for YOU, so we can ALL have fun!"

  21. Snowman

    Snowman5 днів тому

    0:22 Circled the islands of both Great Britain and Ireland and called it "the UK". Sheesh :P

  22. Monkeydienani

    Monkeydienani5 днів тому

    Wtf, you have to pay for college? Even public universities?

  23. Knight Armor

    Knight Armor5 днів тому

    Tip in my country Good luck!!!

  24. Amr Nabil

    Amr Nabil5 днів тому

    In Egypt most services tipping is almost mandatory, and expected. People like gas station workers, actually do not paid, and relay entirely on splitting the tips among them. That said, a 1 USD tip is a lot of money, and the tip is usually goes from a quarter to a half a USD, that is 5 to 10 Egyptian pounds, and that is a very good tip.

  25. Brent Geist

    Brent Geist6 днів тому

    This is how it works in the U.S. Tipping is a social contract, and these are the basic rules. Break them at your peril! Service providers will remember you, and you will be treated differently if you do not follow them. There are two types of people in the U.S., those who know and follow the tipping rules, and ignorant cheapskates (don’t fault them too much, this information is not taught in schools, it’s passed down by civil society). Restaurant: 20% is default, 15% if you’re not happy, more if you’re really happy. Round up to the next even dollar, calculate the % on that, then round up to the next even dollar. This is the rule for every % tip. Bar (including open bar): $2 per drink, regardless of cost Valet: $5-$10, a fiver is always the minimum tip, unless stated specifically otherwise Large/Special Deliveries: $10 per delivery person Grocery pickup or carry out to the car: $5 Food Delivery/Pickup: 10%, unless you prepay, then use the restaurant rules above Car Service/Shuttle (every ride): 20% or $5 minimum Hotel Bell Hop: $10-$20 Airport Curbside Bag Dropoff: $5-$10 PER bag - VERY important, or suffer lost luggage Stylist/Nails/Spa: 20% House cleaner: $10-$20 Annual Tips around Christmas/New Years: mail carrier: $20; trash pickup: $20/person; Stylist: cost of 1 regular service; house cleaner: cost of 1 regular service Some employees of services above will be required by their employers not to accept tips. In that case, you still tip and say you will be offended if they don’t take it. Service providers will make exceptions to avoid offending customers. If traveling or living here, it’s important to carry a good supply of $1’s and $5’s for ad hoc, unforeseen tipping opportunities. Cash tips are always preferred! Those are the ones I can think of. Please let me know if you have questions on specific situations.

  26. Eugenius Salnik

    Eugenius Salnik6 днів тому

    Why is it normal there to underpay employees?

  27. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    because servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase.

  28. Sebastian C

    Sebastian C6 днів тому

    Woah woah, where you going to school for $10,000?

  29. Graham

    Graham7 днів тому

    Well that's wrong. Tipping is not a thing at all in Japan. If you tip them, they will give you the extra money back, thinking you paid too much by accident.

  30. Max Trowell

    Max Trowell7 днів тому

    I'll tip you if you genuinely suprise me. Like idk do a backflip

  31. LilyBella

    LilyBella7 днів тому

    we don't tip in china either, even if we don't have a minimum wage

  32. Debra Mutemi

    Debra Mutemi8 днів тому

    i love you but the africa joke ain't it

  33. Keeby!

    Keeby!5 днів тому

    what africa joke

  34. heyimyouboi 1

    heyimyouboi 18 днів тому

    Moral of the story : DONT TIP

  35. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase.

  36. Remus Nyx

    Remus Nyx8 днів тому

    In ireland you tip about 10% at restaurants, but also my father is a chef, so hes well used to how tipping works from the inside of the restraunt, usually it all goes into a jar, and is devided equally at the end of the week between the chefs and waiters. Unless of course the chefs 9 year old son manages to get a €10 tip from americans for being adorable, then the kid gets to keep it to get snacks or a small toy, which is great

  37. acid flashback

    acid flashback9 днів тому

    ...no one tips in Australia. And I’ll refuse too in America.

  38. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    don't refuse to tip... servers and bartenders make good money with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase.

  39. Mery Vorente

    Mery Vorente9 днів тому

    We don't do tipping in france

  40. Sebastian Gutierrez

    Sebastian Gutierrez9 днів тому

    Are you from milwaukee? I heard cactus club

  41. mirilius lec

    mirilius lec9 днів тому

    In Spain is not obligate to pay tips.

  42. Candra Kusuma

    Candra Kusuma9 днів тому

    My country doesn't really does tipping but can, but you know not really have to, but most of the time i don't and most of the time i felt bad

  43. uri argaman

    uri argaman10 днів тому

    It goes much the same way in Israel.

  44. SkyStryker

    SkyStryker10 днів тому

    I pay cash at places to avoid the tip prompt from paying with a credit card. I'm a low-key coward.

  45. Akshay Fukat

    Akshay Fukat11 днів тому

    I have a tip for you, make better videos

  46. Nicholas Bizzi

    Nicholas Bizzi11 днів тому

    Actually, in Brasil tipping (only in restaurants and some other irrelevant shit) is almost mandatory. It's the same logic from the US: restaurants pay less than they should and the consumer needs to increase it. However, our tipping culture is no so strong , so here we don't get killed if we don't tip and the percentage is 10.

  47. eero häihälä

    eero häihälä12 днів тому

    You don't tip in many places in Europe.

  48. RJ T

    RJ T12 днів тому

    Unless you providing a service that could kill me or seriously harm me, I ain't tipping. Also people who tip when shit is premade waiting for someone to buy it, are extremely stupid.

  49. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase. you don't have to tip but most people will think you're an asshole if the country has a tipping culture.

  50. Di Lu

    Di Lu12 днів тому

    I don’t think tipping is a thing in China.

  51. Charisma

    Charisma13 днів тому

    Tipping in the UK is actually the same. Actually its worse i think its 25 percent...

  52. Keeby!

    Keeby!5 днів тому

    no we just give them £15 or something we tip but not by percent

  53. Enter User Name Here.

    Enter User Name Here.13 днів тому

    i only tip 5-15 bucks regardless of the price of my meal. Im not the employer and im not paying someone to take a order more than i get paid per hour.

  54. Princess Luna

    Princess Luna14 днів тому

    Tipping, or something I dont do

  55. Alex Mahon

    Alex Mahon14 днів тому

    I avoid sit down restaurants as much as possible, only get carry-out instead of delivery, and dread the thought of getting a haircut or taking a taxi/Uber, just because I hate the tipping meta-game

  56. Linus Öberg

    Linus Öberg14 днів тому

    1:39 Lol

  57. Ouch Mouse

    Ouch Mouse15 днів тому

    5:11 be my guest

  58. brotherhood paladini

    brotherhood paladini16 днів тому

    In poland we just give alcohol mostly vodka

  59. StabFinn

    StabFinn16 днів тому

    You actually don’t do it In japan cuz They think that ur givin extra money because You think that they’re poor

  60. Dam Can

    Dam Can17 днів тому

    Im european and for me tipping is stupid and disrespectful You've been a really good slave tonight, here, have some extra money berk

  61. CallMeFrankT.

    CallMeFrankT.17 днів тому

    It’s incentive to not be lazy

  62. kiwisaeki

    kiwisaeki17 днів тому

    Fellow Canadian and nothing will stop me from manually entering $0 on the machine at a coffee shop.

  63. DespacitoBurrito

    DespacitoBurrito18 днів тому

    I don’t understand the point of writing the total on the receipt, and usually I don’t even leave a tip with change.

  64. auxetoiles

    auxetoiles18 днів тому

    One of the weirdest things I experience in the States was waitstaff repeatedly interrupting my conversation to ask whether everything was okay. It was sort of confusing and mildly annoying, because in Australia, once the order is taken and the food is delivered to your table, waitstaff pretty much fade into the background unless you wave them over. Guess it plays into the whole laidback culture? Anyway, didn't realise until a long time afterward that they were angling for extra money. Whoops. So yeah-nah mate, attentive service probably won't get you a tip from the average Aussie.

  65. gabes crazy

    gabes crazy18 днів тому

    Not only serious medical expenses, here in Europe, even going to the doctor is free, you only pay the medication. In most European countries that is the norm. The US is kinda scary, even things like insulin are capitalized. In europe there's a maximum you can sell your products, I think it's 50% more than it costs to make.

  66. Perunajumala

    Perunajumala19 днів тому

    In Finland there is usually a tip jar at the check out. If we happen to enjoy the service, we might drop there 5 to 20 european cents and we will do everything to hide it from the cashier.

  67. kate

    kate19 днів тому

    Wait wuttt? U don’t have to ‘tip’ the gov with kids in China

  68. Zalmy T.

    Zalmy T.19 днів тому

    IRS, OPEN UP!!!!

  69. i need monyyz

    i need monyyz19 днів тому

    In belgium no one tips only if no one has time to get the change they leave the rest

  70. Rotisserie Chicken

    Rotisserie Chicken20 днів тому

    There is no way to casually explain American tipping.

  71. Keeby!

    Keeby!5 днів тому

    @Treron why do you keep copy and pasting this comment on every comment

  72. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    Servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase. thats the best way to explain it

  73. THE Justin Mander

    THE Justin Mander20 днів тому

    No tipping in Australia

  74. Bojack Horseman

    Bojack Horseman20 днів тому

    The one thing people seem to forget about America compared to the rest of 1st world countries is that we have literally hundreds of millions more people than other countries. We have 10 times as many people as Canada does. So in terms of social security systems, it works great if the majority of your country isn't poor and well educated. We've decided to make public education absolute dogshit and corporations own everything. So if we were going to pay for everyone's college and everyone's medical bills, the US would be a failed state within 5 years.

  75. Mike Conners

    Mike Conners20 днів тому

    to other countries, this really isnt that bad

  76. Dimitris Maroudas

    Dimitris Maroudas20 днів тому

    I don't know about the rest of Europe but hear in greece if you dont tip they gona throw you in the sea

  77. Sarvesh Mudgal

    Sarvesh Mudgal20 днів тому

    As an Indian I confirm

  78. emily beck

    emily beck21 день тому

    My experience of tipping in Ireland is if they're a bit of a laugh they get a tip, if not, they get a slightly smaller tip.

  79. Yolanda

    Yolanda21 день тому

    You are Canadian? XD I am glad!

  80. John Oliver Allen Rayner-Hilles Esq.

    John Oliver Allen Rayner-Hilles Esq.21 день тому

    My middle class British parents always did leave a tip at cafés and restaurants on holiday, though... Perhaps it was all the alcohol; momentarily transforming Brits into Americans.

  81. Helene

    Helene22 дні тому

    Never tip in Norway

  82. classydays43

    classydays4323 дні тому

    American tipping culture is the equivalent of saying "you're welcome".

  83. Valeuudiste

    Valeuudiste23 дні тому

    you only tip in ireland 🇮🇪 when u want to, but alot of people tip in restaraunts because the irish are just so damn friendly

  84. Artur Fedrizzi

    Artur Fedrizzi23 дні тому

    in latin america tipping is a myth

  85. Zooey Hill

    Zooey Hill23 дні тому

    "This tipping automatically? It's for the birds" -Mr. Pink

  86. Xander Raidon

    Xander Raidon23 дні тому

    Rest of Europe here, no one I've ever known has tipped someone. We also have affordable healthcare and most students have tax-free college.

  87. Moto Halo

    Moto Halo23 дні тому

    Tipping become nuts. Resturant onwers are suppoed to pay their staff at least min wage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Under wage is not excuse.

  88. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    Servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase.

  89. Bart

    Bart24 дні тому

    And you just shown a few resons why america isnt a 1world country

  90. Shajirr

    Shajirr24 дні тому

    Tipping is an excuse by corporate to pay minimum/low wages to service workers. Its not about the quality of serice anymore, it reached a stupid level in USA specifically, where tipping is expected every time for everything Tipping 15-20% extra sounds absolutely insane to me, especially in the restaurant where prices would be typically way higher than normal.

  91. Treron

    Treron6 днів тому

    Servers and bartenders make bank with tips, ask any of them. Nobody who actually works in the restaurant industry wants the tipping culture to change because even if restaurant/bar owners raised their wages they would still likely make less than they do now. Also most restaurants operate with razor thin profit margins so if waitstaff didn't get the money from tipping meal prices would have to increase. There are some restaurants that have strict no tipping rules but most waitstaff don't want to work in them

  92. Thai Toan

    Thai Toan24 дні тому

    I am a vietnamese and i thought i have to tip 15% every restaurant, my wallet was crying