Do you get annoyed when you put a buck in the tip jar but none of the employees noticed?
Is it bad that I want the gratification of knowing that my tip was acknowledged and appreciated?! lol
I do the same thing! At one of our favorites restaurants, they have a can for tips and take it and put it in the can under the counter and I always worry the the waitress will think we didn't leave a tip at all.
You should be annoyed, I think. I don't want to get annoyed, so, I don't put anything in the tip jar. I leave any tips on the table.
Yeah it makes sense to want some gratification, especially if it's a place you regularly go to. The people will treat you better if you start leaving them better tips and if they don't realize you're leaving tips they might actually start treating you worse thinking that you are not grateful for their service.
If I don't leave the tip on the table, I try my best to hand the tip directly to the waitress/bartender/hostess or whoever is deserving of that tip.
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