The Johnsons (xjohnson@A.crl.com)
Mon, 24 Feb 1997 18:34:12 -0600
If you REALLY liked your service, go 20 to 25%...If you REALLY
didn't like your service, go 15% and make a BIG mess all over the table.
Ha Ha Ha. If your waiter or waitress forgot about you, don't tip at
all...This is common at most Crackerbarrel restaurants. They are very
busy. I hope I am not insulting anyone on that last comment. I actually
love eating at Crackerbarrel, but once our waitress quit her job and we
were left sitting in the place for around an hour and a half waiting for
someone to find our check. Other than that, I had a very pleasant dining
> From: Mark McCormack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
> Subject: tipping
> Date: Monday, February 24, 1997 5:59 PM
> Hi All
> I will be travelling again in June and this time it involves the USA. I
> wondering about the ettiquette of tipping in that county as for here in
> Australia it is almost unheard of. What warrants a tip, what percentage
> the bill should it be.
> Australians have a notorious reputation for being lousy tippers because
> is not part of our culture, it is something that someone else does.
> Thanks in advance