I took my family through the drive-thru at Culver's recently. We ordered $60 worth of food, so they asked if we would pull to the side as they prepared our large order. A few minutes later, a girl brings our food out to the car. I take the food and drive away. A block away, one of my kids told me that she is mortified that I didn't tip that girl for bringing our food out to the car. That young girl will tell everyone that her family is cheap at school.
I didn't know you were supposed to tip a fast food worker for running food out to a parking lot. I already spent $60 and didn't have any cash on me. I also can't justify tipping a fast food worker for doing something like running out your food.
Are we gonna end up tipping everyone for everything eventually? Does this make me a jerk?
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