Casually Explained: Tipping

Δημοσιεύτηκε στις 15 Μάι 2019
In this episode, I go around to subscriber's houses, forcing them to watch ads and taking their spare change.
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  • this guy is a starcraft guy O.O that makes him 10 times cooler than alredy is.

  • In argentina if you tip you have a lot of money

  • México is north America BTW

  • Canada's problem that service is not good in general here. So, most people tip for just OK service.

  • Greenland is a part of 'rest of Europe'?

    • @Devon Rusinek well, the connection goes all the way back to the 10th century (viking age), where norse travellers discovered it. It has been under the danish king for most of written history. In modern times they have some degree of self rule, but are subject to the danish constitutiona and they are represented in danish elections

    • @Tore Ejsing What?! For real? I just figured it was North American.

    • Its a part of Denmark

  • Bro that review LMFAO

  • Just always tip in full dollars

  • Choosing not to tip underpaid workers is guaranteed to keep them underpaid.

  • Jesus Christ, the amount of comments quoting something out of the video is fucking scary.

  • 0:29 uhh Malaysia don't do tips tho. Maybe in fancy restaurant but not the regular one

  • Wow I live in Australia and had no idea tipping was this big of a deal! I would just never tip. Seems like you could save a lot of money. Especially if you tip 20% geez

  • cactus club? dude are you in Calgary?

  • We never tip here in Brasil

  • 0:32. ...Africa, if they have extra money.. lmfao

  • I am a college kid on a college budget, I am not shamed to not tip, leave that to people who work full time.

  • No tipping in Japan. 99%+ won't even accept the tip!

  • This is why i always tip 0%, because im not a coward. - Instant subscribe

  • people who tip are literally stupid change my mind

  • umm, Australian's don't tip.... like ever we too stingy for that

  • solution: everyone get rich

  • thank God in Europe tips are not expected. in many counties it is, in facts, illegal (as it is untaxed income)

  • Actually, people don't tip in Japan. It can even be seen as rude.

  • "Africa, If they had extra money" *laughs while crying

  • Lol Cactus Club. Is that Vancouver? I was just there a month ago. Living in Sandpoint Idaho now

  • Capitalism at its finest

  • No tipping in japannnn

  • Working at a tourist island in mexico, i can tell you USA people tip for everything.... I once just told a person to cross the street for an atm...gave me 2 dollars... Yeah...

  • 0:24 It doesn't happen in Australia. We do not tip, we instead pay wait staff a living wage and tipping is considered rude.

  • Tipping in Japan is considered very disrespectful

  • BAbY dUcK wines

  • I can hear you breathe so loud

  • I work at an ice cream shop and they won’t split the tips with me because I’m still on training 🙃

  • The Czech are also guilty of the tipping pressure as I found out after I got in an argument with a waiter.

  • This reminds me of the "You know what's buuuulllllllshhiiiiiit?" videos.

  • Tipping is for idiots

  • 4:45 I mean kinda. You are paying 60% taxes, so it isn’t really free it is a matter of do you want to pay for healthcare at the beginning or end of the month?

  • tipping is weird even the american system of applying tax after the fact is a bit stupid, yes it is different in every state... but one store should be able to find out which state they are in and then adjust their pricetags accordingly. And statelines and taxrates dont shift more often than stores reprice things anyway

  • Here’s a tip: hit the green button at the 15/20/25 screen and it just skips it

  • Hate me for not tipping but If I give you that extra $5 I’ll be broke like you. Who would tip me if I end up broke like them?

  • I watched your video 2 times to tip you

    • David Talks, there is no better way to point out the hypocrisy Stop using ads and endorsements and post your video for free

  • In japan you dont tip

  • we dont tip in New Zealand

  • Why tip when I could keep my money

  • When you are from america but not from america.

  • I see waiters are the ones perpetuating this myth that tips are needed for good service, affordable meals and livable wages. Most countries in the world do not have tipping, their food prices and service are just fine. So that BS is out the window. As for the wage, the only reason you’ll fine fighting to keep the current system is that you have more to gain from it, such as the waiters making up to 50 dollars per hour one night for tips. That just shows you meals actually end up being more expensive for the customer when their waiter is being paid more than engineers, professors and some doctors per hour. I’m sorry, no matter how good your “service” is, you do not deserve 50 dollars per hour bringing plates out and pouring water. Your logic about the whole tipping thing can only fool Americans, most of whom have jus as bad of math skills as you do. The rest of the world know better.

  • Thank fucking god you talked about the credit card percentage thing in Canada. That stupid system is why we haven't overtaken America yet.

  • Get pissed at your bos for not paying you a legal wage, not me for not wanting to pay more than the advertised price.

  • Africa if they had extra money??? I don't like the undertone to this statement. Be careful

  • I've been travelling in Europe and you don't tip here, it's automatically applied to the bill and all I've experienced is attitude with the staff since they don't have to work for a tip

  • If you tip in japan the boss will personally greet you and say “死ね” which of course, means “Thank you very much for your kindness I owe you one pal” he will then proceed to give you a nice firm handshake and the staff will wave goodbye to you as you walk out.

  • SO many comments going "Oh I live in XX and we don't tip, you need to read up". He literally explained the opposite, saying that tipping is only prevalent in USA or Canada. I guess anyone commenting this needs to brush up on their English listening skills...

  • Mate noone fucking tips in Iceland, unlike the rest pf the world our waitresses and waiters get paid enough.

  • You still have to pay for medical care, just through your taxes, and it is sub par. It's best to keep private practice in the private sector.

  • 0:26 "France" hahaha i will just stop you now I have never seen anyone including myself and my family do a tip since my birth in 2000. Without internet i probably wouldn't even know it existed

    • I don't know where you go but it's not uncommon to tips for good restaurants and service in France, often like 1-2 euro but good enough. Same when I was a bartender and waiter. You will be surprised the amount people can give you if you are doing a good job and always have a smile for them.

  • In Hungary they tip themselves

  • going to america this month for a wedding and vacay. thnx for the info!

  • Haha quite amazed that you put up Building Java Program book there, which I also study that book too.

  • Mexico is part of north America lol

  • This channel is just the american version of internet historian :V

  • I don’t tip my Uber eats driver because they do fuck all except bring me my food, they don’t make it and it’s down the damn road. As if they’re slaving over getting me my fucking nuggets like there’s a sniper on their ass

  • *AFRICA IF THEY HAVE ENOUGH MONEY*

  • Most waiters prefer to be tipped then a standard wage because they typically end up making more.

  • Mr Pink!

  • Im not tipping you to do your job

  • If you are just going to shove your opinion out there that isn't really explaining anything. Not to mention you are actually providing misinformation.

  • You do not tip in Japan... have you even been there? If you try to tip they will give you the money back. Heck if you do not pay in exact change it is seen as rude. Also if you don't tip delivery drivers you are an ass, it is a risky job and if they are using their own car they have to invest money into their car and this hurts their profit margin.

  • You’re being an asshole. Tip your food service people

  • We don’t do tipping in Australia....

  • You tip the hairdressers in America? 😂

    • Dan M it sucks

  • If tipping is basically compulsory then why not just add the extra cost to prices instead, and then use the money to pay the staff?

    • Because it gives the illusion to patrons (as well as the rest of the world) that prices are cheaper than they would be in countries that don't do this because they have morals and/or laws preventing it. Basically typical American shady business practices.

  • I know it's for the sake of the joke, but from what I've gathered, tipping in Japan is almost unheard of. Unless you are staying at an upscale Ryokan (Japanese-style hotel), you'll basically never tip. I visited Japan, and didn't tip once. It was never asked for nor expected. From what I've read online, sometimes restaurant staff will run out to return money you leave on the table, with the idea that the total cost of the service was included in the price, so why should you pay more?

  • 0:24 that ain't the UK!

  • What people think will happen : If I stop tipping. Employers will pay a living wage What happens: I stopped tipping. Employers raised the price 15% and the employees very paid a minimum wage. Are you new?

  • You're from Vancouver area? Cactus Club is just a local thing right?

  • Dude in Australia we never tip, we pay the bill and that’s IT. Unless the waiter/waitress is seriously deserving of a tip, in which case we will tip 1-2 dollars

    • He was born in Australia

  • JAPAN???????

  • Having traveled internationally, I can tell you, the USA has the best customer service, probably because of tipping. In Buenos Aires, because of all the North Americans, tipping is expected, but the service is lousy.

    • I don't know. In my experience in American restaurants, waiters/waitresses are often super fake and have a fake smile on because they want to make sure I tip them properly. To be sure, there are also really cool/funny wait staff but in Europe, they're just generally more chill, which suits me fine. I do also usually tip (about 10%) in Europe btw. PS in American restaurants (I guess I haven't been to the fancy ones but I have been to some semi-expensive ones) there's a bit of pressure to eat fast pay fast and leave, something that I've almost never experienced in Europe.

  • 4:47 the name of the COUNTRY is United States of America. America is a continent. Not a COUNTRY...sucker.

    • No, it's North America and South America. I might accept Americas, but not America in reference to North and South America.

  • just started watching....tipping is not cool in japan...bwth am i saying...this is just casually explained lol

  • ummmm, new zealand doesn't tip

  • I confess, it is a shitty system; but it's what we've got in North America. As a worker in bars and restaurants in Canadian tourist traps, whenever a client speaks to me with an Australian or British accent, I totally ignore them and hope they fuck off because I know they don't want to pay for service. I make sure, however, that my American clients are well taken care of.

  • In Japan, they don’t tip. It seems bad and embarrassing cause it is like saying that the staff is bad.

  • Wtf Canada

  • "Excluding one notable exception: the United states, and one less notable exception: canada" lmao

  • yo dont buy textbooks guys, you can find it online, libgen baby 👍

    • except the books literally written by the professors that are "new" every year so you have to buy directly from them.

  • "Africa is they had extra money"

  • 1:35 surely that's Andy samberg on the right

  • THANK YOU GR-tv RECOMMENDATIONS! ELON VIDEO MADE ME DISCOVER YOU OMG

    • Lee's Reviews he used to do videos more often but has just started back up again. His old videos are the best.

  • Id tip if i didnt dine n dash

  • What is this 'tipping' you americans speak of? Let's see... Edit: Yeah... Still don't get it.

  • In New York the fucking baggage guy at airport kept saying how about a thank you. (I’m British btw). Had no idea what he meant and then he got offended for us not tipping him. Why would you tip an airport wtf?

  • In Portugal tipping doesn't exist at all

  • Tipping has always bothered me. I got a haircut at great clips and it costs 14 dollars to get a basic haircut. I knew i hadn't been in for a while (about 8 months or so) so my hair was pretty long. The lady that cut my hair wasn't exactly rude, but definitely wasn't polite because from what i could tell, she thought i was rude for waiting so long and wanting my hair cut short. I handed her a twenty and told her to keep the rest and suddenly she was the friendliest person i'd ever received a trim from. Should i have not tipped? then i would have been rude, but if i tip, then i feel like i overpaid for the service i received.

  • Ireland is not in the UK my man only the top corner of it

  • Here's a tip, don't waste people's time with superficial videos. 1. The reason percentage tipping is used is because it partially reflects the wealth or the means of the tipper. A person who orders a $5 meal likely doesn't have as much wealth as the $50 meal-order. So, person A pays 75 cents and person B pays $7.50. 2. From an economy's perspective, it matters lesser whether the waitering services rendered comes from tipping or from added price to food services. The tipping does provide a quality of service incentive though. And a non-tipper has the option of going to non-tipping restaurants or not tipping. But come on, to then give a rationale for defending not tipping-- this sounds more like a selfish, non-societal excuse. There are numerous other superficial claims this video makes.

  • Anyone wanna share their servers horror stories?😁

  • I find tips ridiculous. Like here is the money that we have mutually agreed upon for the service that you're providing, you expect me to give you more simply for doing your job? If you weren't doing your job then I wouldn't be in your establishment

  • i tip 0% on the spot i'm poor as fuck homie.

  • "That's why I overestimate my tax returns by 15% and tell them to keep the change." "just kidding, I don't pay income tax"

  • Talking to servers about why tipping should end is like talking to a brick wall "ITS THE CUSTOMER'S FAULT MY BOSS WON'T PAY ME A LIVABLE WAGE" I'm sorry but this industry could've gotten a union together and done more to force a normal wage but noo the customer is the enemy.