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On 11/20/2018 at 8:44 PM, Sgt Hulk said:

I don’t but I never thought to. It seems everything today is tippable. Only time i have was when I spent 6 weeks at a location and became friends with our cleaning staff. I left both ladies a bottle of bourbon each. I learned through our passing chats they enjoyed good bourbon 

You were raised in a barn.

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Do you tip the girl/guy at the grocery store that scanned your groceries? You should since it is their job to do so and get paid about the same as the maid service at your hotel.


The guy at the grocery store isn’t handling your jizz-soaked linens

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On 11/29/2018 at 2:13 PM, llanoflash said:

i stayed over 200 days last year.. mostly holiday inn/staybridge/ types.

i must be hated all over the fucking place.

honestly never heard of this.

i feel sorta bad.

Only the surly elite who are ceo10k/day fuck 10s and bathe in unicorn tears do apparently 

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Leave money under the pillows each night if the room will be changed. If not, leave a lump sum at the end of the stay. Tip the luggage guy. Tip the butler (if it's a place that has one). Factor this amount into each travel vacation.

Reading Shaggy threads, I realize I probably fall on the overtip part of things, but life is short and it's not a big deal 

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On 12/1/2018 at 10:47 AM, Gil Bang said:

 


The guy at the grocery store isn’t handling your jizz-soaked linens

 

Nor scrubbing your shit from the toilet and sweeping/mopping/vacuuming your pubes up.

Edited by ShaggyBevo RIP

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Bro In Law used to work for Lucent Technologies back in the day and had a co-worker on his team that would expense a $20 tip.  They stopped that shit real fast. 

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If it's a multi-day stay, I leave a decent tip the first night and don't tip for a few days. I've found it pays off in little extra perks like an extra bottle of water or another shampoo if they see you using a lot of it. If a single day, then I leave a small tip.

I also leave a small tip in airport lounge showers if I use the shower, as they have to mop and dry it for the next person.

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