Tipped $0.01

čas přidán 24. 10. 2021

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  • At my last job the 1 cent tips were great, always turned around to my friend and announced look at this tip, coulda been a 10 or a penny. Funniest thing.

  • I'll never forget one time I did that at subway but then sorta felt bad because the girl was busy so I was going to put at least put a dollar in the jar. But right after I put the penny in the girl says "oh wow a penny that getting me some gas today" I literally had the dollar in my hand and then said "well never mind then glad the penny helped, I'll give the dollar to someone in need" and walked out. Needless to say that subway has since closed, it was horrible!

  • i'm pretty sure the penny or few penny or nickel/dime tip is more of people just not wanting to have it in their pocket more than it is wanting to give a "tip"

  • And then we have Canadians. Penny who?

  • It’s funny how he’s never making food for a customer there’s no one even there

  • How about I come in with 1 half the penny

  • Why would people tip a sandwich maker? Your job is sandwich maker. Thats what you get paid for.

  • All those 1 penny adds up

  • Had a guy throw two cents in the tip jar. He made eye contact with me and immediately knew he made a goof. I just laughed and he shrugged sheepishly knowing he'd accidentally insulted me, except that his acknowledgement of it made it less insulting and more amusing

  • Idk how it is at your subway but at the one I live by they get 14 an hour. I’m a manager at a Taco Bell and make less than that.

  • Shouldnt tip fast food joints

  • I knew it was a penny.

  • Never seen anyone tip eating fast food.

  • ......r we supposed to tip at subway too? God damn it lol. Where was this mindset for retail workers now then??

  • I will tip u with a 5 cent mexican peso which is 1/4 a penny.

  • How come you don't round?

  • Here is a tip. Get a better job

  • "we're really making that bread" yeah, i sure hope you do.

  • Wait. Subway wprkers get tipped?

  • Wasn't the answer gonna be obvious tho

  • “I took the tip jar and I threw it at his head” Me then he said that: 😂💀😂

  • This is that guy that youtube threw the algorithm at back when he had 500 subs? These videos would pop up every other day. Is your dad a software engineer at Google? lol

  • Bread.

  • Let's see.....the lowest tip my sister ever got (and we were working at Subway at the time) was a guy actually TOOK $4 ($1bills) out of the tip jar to pay for his bill. Now Subway doesn't allow the word tip on the container, but it is common sense that there wouldn't be a container with cash in it for any other reason. She was on the loner part of the shift, so she wouldn't have had to split. She was so astonished and because she was alone, she didn't say anything to him, but needless to say she wasn't happy. That would have been her biggest tip there ever from one person. We never asked for tips or hinted. Never expected any either. Nor would we have had it out, except they had the container so why not. Kind of odd to tip a place like that, but I am not going to say we didn't enjoy the spare money. Sometimes we got enough to pay for our lunch. We did have a horrible time with the other employees stealing the tips out of the jar when our backs where turned. And since we were leaders right under the manager, we where able to make the rule as soon as the customers left, it was getting split. That was a miserable store to work at with a vindictive former Store manager with a stooge still working there.

  • Same in UK, no one wants to get that penny back and the majority seek out the nearest charity/tip/whatever jar. But if I was doing that I wouldn’t rub the cashier’s face in it with “don’t work too hard” or anything, that’s just a dick move. America needs a minimum wage though, a tipping culture can be (but mainly is) brutal.

  • I thought subway supplies you with bread

  • Yoo made it to 1,401 comments !

  • Why would you tip a worker who makes more than a servers wage?

  • Even when i'm in the USA i don't give tips except for exceptional service.

  • 0.01 is not a tip. They just too lazy to put it in wallet.

  • What things you do in the free time , like if costumers don't show up for half or one hour straight .

  • The part when u said u took the tip jar and Trew it on someone else's head

  • Well 1 cent for every order adds up quickly. To one free meal per week? Tip is bonus, right? I cant believe USA still relies on tips to pay wages

  • Jesus loves you all he died on the cross for you I pray and I believe that you will find him weather that'd be today or another day. Jesus loves you all AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 1 cent tip is honestly more of an insult that no tip

  • How I always saw it, fast food joints= not necessary to tip. Fast food managers always stress service time so much that good service usually gets lost along the way. Restaurants= if you can’t afford to tip bring your ass back to that McDonald’s buddy. It’s certainly not required, but everybody is judging you :)

  • 1st world countries don't have tipping culture :^)

  • Every penny matters

  • Better than nothing right?

  • Americans have such a weird culture based around corporations fucking over everyone they can.

  • Fast food employees that don't file tips on their taxes by tax law can't accept tips, they make an hourly set wage. So if you are taking tips but not reporting them on your taxes it's tax fraud.

  • take that tip jar everyday and put it into crypto at the end of the month. thank me later

  • The sandwish look Like very good.

  • I’m Aussie, I’ve never seen someone give away a tip since it’s not recommended here.

  • If I ever come to your store, you will not be receiving any tip from me

  • i mean, a penny would be alot wt the 1 penny store

  • The tipping part of America makes me never want to go there, that and GST isn't included on price tags.

  • Chances are you make plenty of money from the advertising revenue from this channel. And your subway sponsorship. Plus isn't this subway your family owned one? I bet you make a decent wage for the position.

  • Lmao

  • Just funny that America still distributes pennies

  • Hey if you got tipped one cent then it might become 3 cents if u get 2 cents

  • Better than nothing, I guess

  • These sandwiches always look so good, I wish subways around here treated them with that much care. In my area they're all staffed by tweakers and high school students

  • Did he take the seasonings from his mouth and then put it back?

  • they gave you a penny for your thoughs...so let them have it..

  • Y e s

  • "Keep the change you filthy animal" 🕴

  • Has anybody came in your subway Tipped you and asked for the tip back? Also keep up the great work!

  • “We’re really makin that bread” 😂 You’re not wrong!

    • was going to stop making pennies.

  • You have millions of subscribers. You don't need to be working at Subway and expecting tips.

  • Why

  • The smallest tip I got was a old circus ticket from 2017

  • someone's day. After that I let them keep the change which is usually around £2

  • I'd hate to be a customer in America.... (or even just a worker)... here we only tip if we are overly happy with the service.. which is just a bonus for the workers on top of their pay

  • This is why we have cash rounding in ireland

  • eating in subway for a reason

  • We don’t even have the penny in Canada anymore 😅

  • service, but the other way around if the service is good. Most servers are hard workers and see that their customers are taken care of. They get very generous tips.

    • Tip is a tip, no matter how much low it is

  • One penny? Don’t you have cents in the USA?

  • I don't believe in tipping

    • customers pay for snacks. Especially if they’re paying with card for a dollar or 50 cent item. We just lose money if they use card so paying for it with loose change 👌

  • “We’re really makin that bread” 😂 You’re not wrong!

  • nice

  • Here in Newfoundland I don't think they even make pennies anymore. I'm not sure, I rarely use cash or change these days. But I could swear it was in the news at one point they was going to stop making pennies.

  • Restaurants should pay a livable wage so people so don't have to rely no tips. Especially fast food since people don't generally tip there.

    • Not supposed to wrap with white paper. Its a mark down on audit or atleast used to be.

  • I get paid 12$ an hour to be a chef at a Mediterranean restaurant. Minimum wage in LA is 15$. Thankfully the customers are nice to tip so I get around 30-40 dollars working a 13 hour shift 🤷‍♂️

  • When i worked at subway it was rare to get tips to be honest. I dont know why its a big deal.

    • Very few people honestly haha

    • Who is giving tips at subway?

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  • service, but the other way around if the service is good. Most servers are hard workers and see that their customers are taken care of. They get very generous tips.

    • should take notes, Europeans.

  • Okay

  • What if I rob the tip jar would I have the lowest?

  • Tip is a tip, no matter how much low it is

  • Ya kno it’s funny because a lot of Americans don’t know that “tipping” is a relic of the slave era.

    • @serdy ximi a follow up, there’s a thing called a “tipped wage” in America 🇺🇸 and certain workers who earn tips on the job get far less than the minimum wage. It’s like 4 or 5 dollars an hour. So the people who serve you food everyday do not make a living wage and with COVID ppl eat out and don’t tip as much cuz everyone is struggling

    • Ofc there is an hourly rate but most working class ppl aren’t paid a livable wage in America. I think like half make $30,000 a year and most make under $60,000. Poverty is about $25,000 a year

    • Never understood tipping in the US, do you not get an hourly rate or salary ?

  • Don’t kill me but I’ve never had subway

  • customers pay for snacks. Especially if they’re paying with card for a dollar or 50 cent item. We just lose money if they use card so paying for it with loose change 👌

  • Milad you're soo famous that you now have a bot haters :DD

  • Not supposed to wrap with white paper. Its a mark down on audit or atleast used to be.

  • What’s the correct tip for making a sandwich? not being bitchy I really want to know... I usually tip $2+

  • If the person makes me a good sub, I tip $5. Anything else I’ll tip at least $2-3 bucks for a sandwich. I’m a working guy, I know what it’s like to break your ass. When I give a $5 tip I say hopefully that’ll make up for some of the cheap pricks today😜

  • Who is giving tips at subway?

  • E pluribus unum

    • If u save every one in 30 years u will have 400k and be unrobaboul

  • Tipping isn’t fair. It’s not the customers option to give a fair wage.

  • Europeans saying how thankful they are that they don't have to worry about tips while ignoring that the United States is the richest country in the history of the world.. Maybe you should take notes, Europeans.

  • As a Subway worker in a small town, I can vouch that this does happen. Normally it's not just a penny, but all there cents

  • The IQ of this group is astonishing. Everyone talking about how immoral tipping is instead of paying a "living wage" while the people in my life working in food industry make more than I do in the IT field. If you do a good job, you move up. If you're good at your job and you aren't making enough, go elsewhere. My buddies fiance started at Sonic. She provided such great service, she's now working in one of the high end restaurants in our town, making 6 figures. Take some self responsibility. In a free market economy, the only person preventing you from making more money is yourself. Be lucky you don't live in a country that controls every aspect of their economy that limits your options drastically. You can do almost anything you want in this country if you work for it. This man is making Subway sandwiches and probably makes more than 95 percent of you. He's not complaining about his wage, he's using his skillset and other opportunities to bring in more revenue.

  • I won't even tip, I am broke.

  • Never understood tipping in the US, do you not get an hourly rate or salary ?

  • I don't know where those pennies go because I keep them but I never put it in the jar bc I feel like they wd spit in my food if I did

  • Be thankful you are being paid at all.

  • 🎶😉

  • I once received such poor service at a restaurant, that I intentionally left a $0.01 tip. I even had to get my own water. I wanted to let them know the service was terrible and this is what they deserved. If I left nothing, then they might have thought I had forgotten the tip. This way they knew I hadn't forgotten.