Casually Explained: Tipping

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 is american logic. Buy some stuff, how much does it cost? Nobody knows! You may find out at checkout. My second favorite are taxes. In a normal country, the government tells you how much you owe, you can look trough it, and just sign it, or make your own if you disagree with them. In america? You have to calculate it yourself! They know it, but expect you to do it yourself aswell, and if the numbers don't match, well, jail it is!

    HUNterHUNter12 saatler önce
  • Autralian customers never tipped me, they realy loved me though. Always asked how is my university going and someone even asked me to work for them in an engineering company, they just never tipped. Even Europeans never tipped, exept people form the UK, these guys tipped.

    Charbel zCharbel z16 saatler önce
  • tbh in italy we pay an extra called “coperto” that usually is around 2 euros, we hardly ever leave tips

    Dario SalviDario Salvi19 saatler önce
  • Healthcare in America was disigned to make money, not help people. Not that I care, I live in Australia

    Dingo Ate My MemezDingo Ate My MemezGün önce
  • America is sooo overpriced

    Sneaky Dab EmojiSneaky Dab EmojiGün önce
  • It's.... Why. Why are Usa always 50-100years after all other countries.

    Anders PrahlAnders PrahlGün önce
  • I once delivered and catered a wedding alone that was over 10 miles out of my delivery range in a company truck with pigeon toed front tires, no tread, and a broken sway bar because my boss couldnt say no to a $1000+ order. They tipped me $20. I almost died in that truck.

    AXioS TraLLöAXioS TraLLöGün önce
  • in canada not tipping is seen has disrespectful. in most of europe not tipping is seen has normal

    loic gingrasloic gingrasGün önce
  • Isn't it every kid above the quota of one?

    Ben LiuBen Liu2 gün önce
  • Just so u know in the future, Ireland is NOT a part of the UK

    Mark McAuliffeMark McAuliffe2 gün önce
  • “african if they had extra money” 🙄🙄 downvoted.

    Ar SAr S2 gün önce
  • "Rest of the Europe" yeah, I don't think that's how it works in slavic countries

    Robert PucovskyRobert Pucovsky2 gün önce
  • Once I tried to tip an IKEA delivery guy in Vancouver and things were very ackward.

    5pmHazyblue5pmHazyblue3 gün önce
  • i tip depending on the service. I'm a chef and know the restaurant industry. I've had servers who dedicated themselfs to give any customer a good experience and others who showed up for the paycheck not giving any thought to their work ethic. but that's my own personal bias

    Mark Mendoza HernandezMark Mendoza Hernandez3 gün önce
  • My Belgium French teacher said that they don’t ever tip in Belgium

    m8mZm8mZ5 gün önce
    • That's not true, it's not super common but plenty of people do it

      Toto GeenenToto Geenen2 gün önce
  • 5:02 wtf they take your third child

    goat smackedgoat smacked6 gün önce
  • We don’t tip shit in the Netherlands

    im your digital nightmareim your digital nightmare6 gün önce
  • Mover here. Buy me lunch or whatever and I'll (probably) break my back for you.

    JakeumundoJakeumundo7 gün önce
  • keyword: *Voluntary*

    gamerx112gamerx1128 gün önce
  • The biggest reason these first world countries have universal healthcare is because the US is spending 682 Billion dollars to defend them.......So.....

    Pe goePe goe8 gün önce
  • Actually, tipping in Japan is not a good idea, it is awkward at best, insulting at worst.

    Big ChungusBig Chungus9 gün önce
  • Pay the price from the PRICELIST and pay some extra if the service was outstanding. You're a Employee, get your money from your Employer!

    Paul SheeniusPaul Sheenius9 gün önce
  • I never tip even when prompted to because im not a fucking push over

    james frankjames frank12 gün önce
  • I remember going to eat at a restaurant with some friends in high school and we somehow forgot about the tip and didn't have enough after paying for the food to leave a proper sized tip but we put down the rest of the money we had. I never forget tip so I felt pretty bad about it but even worse when the waitress actually came to us and delivered a comment about how people won't want to serve us if we don't tip properly. After she walked away, one of my friends (I suppose he was a bit irritated) told us to empty our pockets. He wrote a note about how "this is all us poor kids have" and took our small pile of thread, pennies, paper clips, pocket lint etc., left it on the table with the note, and had himself a good laugh once we got outside. I didn't go back to that restaurant for years just because I was so embarrassed.

    Akane1313Akane131323 gün önce
  • 4:42 dude why is Colombia not green, we have a great universal healthcare system in there.

    Elektr0 GamingElektr0 Gaming26 gün önce
  • Actually, i heard that in japan tipping is considered impolite, because "the staff should always do their best no matter what" and "you're spoiling them by giving them extra money". So most restaurant staff in japan actually outright refuse tips, i heard.

    Dominique 9325Dominique 932528 gün önce
  • Ever make a waitress laugh and wonder to yourself, "Where's my tip?" That wasn't for free..

    Hagen34Hagen34Aylar önce
  • I just returned from a year living in China. People do not tip there either. I visited Taiwan and Hong Kong, they do not tip there as well. Only the United States and Canada shames customers into paying an employee’s wages.

    Donald DrumpfDonald DrumpfAylar önce
  • A cook cooks for 4 people, messes up the order, burns himself a few times, cuts himself, sends the food out, makes $1 off that 1 table. The server brings the food to the table and makes $20.

    Marquis LoflinMarquis LoflinAylar önce
  • If you don't want to tip go to Japan. Tipping is a big no no

    Kirbymeister2Kirbymeister2Aylar önce
  • "Africa if they had extra money" sir, you're getting personal now😂😂😂😂

    Thabo NdhlovuThabo NdhlovuAylar önce
  • when you tip 0% youre screwing over the individual server, not the restaurant or the system. your "bravery" is only proving to those servers that you are a huge jerk

    Gaia LGaia LAylar önce
  • So, if I go to the local burger bar and grill the server (who does the EXACT same job) gets less of a tip because the prices in a fine dining restaurant are higher. And I???....I'm expected to subsidize these folks' wages just because their manager/owner will not pay them appproriately?? Sorry, doesn't work that way and no i am not cheap. Cheap would mean that I wouldn't want to go out at all or I would be over analyzing the menu looking for the cheapest item. Tipping NEEDS to be abolished and the only way that will happen is if people like myself just stop the practice. The sad part is everyone in Canada and the US are programmed to think this is mandatory when it's not at all.

    Dukerbud 88Dukerbud 88Aylar önce
  • Obligatory dollar Good service 2 bucks Grey hair and good service 3 bucks

    Dean SlegosDean SlegosAylar önce
  • Africa, If they had extra money....

    Rilo RobinsonRilo RobinsonAylar önce
  • Am I weird for always tipping at least 30%?

    David ScottDavid ScottAylar önce
  • In Mexico the standard tip is between 10% to 20%

    ARMANDO HALARMANDO HALAylar önce
  • I found for college you can just buy books and teach yourself.

    Mista_FurMista_FurAylar önce
  • Just exclusively eat Fast Food. Checkmate.

    TenfeyTenfeyAylar önce
  • 0:27 I heard somewhere that tipping in Japan is considered rude so they don't do it.

    Just SomebodyJust SomebodyAylar önce
  • Maybe the Canadians compensate waiters when they don't get tipped, but in the US that doesn't happen. People who want tipping to be like Europe, etc, are basically just advocating socialism. Our tipping system in the US works incredibly well. The consumer is going to pay the same amount regardless, whether it's a tip directly to the staff, or in the form of higher prices for the business to cover the higher wage. But in the US system it incentivizes the staff to give good service, and allows the business to reduce overhead and hopefully put that extra savings into their product. Additionally, it's good for the staff because they save money in taxes because they can claim less income on all their cash tips. Yes, it's a bit dishonest but it helps. Overall, if you've never been a server in the US, you probably don't appreciate how hard they work. And if you don't tip, you're essentially just an A hole who probably has some lame excuse about why you don't tip that's really just a coverup for the fact that you either don't have money, or you're a GIANT A hole who does have money.

    D CalD CalAylar önce
  • hey wait a second that taxi is a singaporean taxi

    furrywafflefurrywaffleAylar önce
  • I really enjoy tips but the system is fucked

    Sean BroganSean BroganAylar önce
  • I give negative tips for a discount

    Charles BirchCharles BirchAylar önce
  • Many Americans fail to understand just how terrible their health care and education system is. In China, we pay around $1000/yr for top-notch university education, the rest of the tuition is paid by the government. And those WeeWoo wagon trips are also free here. I mean, damn, China is not even a developed country.

    刘琦宇刘琦宇Aylar önce
  • We don't have tipping in Brazil and that's honestly a quite confusing toppic to understand when we travel to the US. It's not uncommon to have pretty awkward situations where are you forget to tip and the attendant keeps starting at you've like you just killed their mum

    Julia GurgelJulia GurgelAylar önce
  • Why doesnt usa JUST STOP

    The5GIO5The5GIO5Aylar önce
  • If you have dinner at a business that employs people who expect to be tipped- and you DON'T tip- you're NOT making some GRAND moral statement. You're a freeloader. A freeloader who is benefiting from a system that they REFUSE to put back into, but are all-too-glad to TAKE TAKE TAKE from. Who you're ACTUALLY taking your grievences out on is the person who served you food- in the most pseudomoralistic way I can imagine.

    Matthew OrndoffMatthew OrndoffAylar önce
    • No, I'm paying for a product. That is all I am obligated to do. I don't know what morally backwards world you live in, but in Capitalism I come into an establishment for a service and I pay based on what I believe the service is worth. I do not believe someone remembering what they wrote down on a paper and giving it to me, is worth anything to me. I'd rather self-serve if it was the legitimate alternative for all that you have effectively saved me is the effort of getting out of my chair when a number is called, in trade for a lot more stress on the server's end with a poultry system of gift giving to attempt to make up for the fact that even the Restaurants don't want to pay you.

      MrLastlivedMrLastlivedAylar önce
  • yall be out there tipping barbers??

    benni __buebenni __bueAylar önce
  • Tipping culture is so ridiculous that servers here in Southern California always expect at least 15% when they're already paid higher than CA's minimum wage.

    Quan DangQuan DangAylar önce
  • I live in Australia and I’ve literally never tipped in my life wtf is that poverty ass shit pay ur staff

    Zooper DooperZooper DooperAylar önce
  • That text was hilarious 😂

    Dieter KlausDieter Klaus2 aylar önce
  • japan accepts no tips

    DeliMondoDeliMondo2 aylar önce
  • I like tipping. If you compare the cost of a meal in the US vs Europe taking into consideration the GDP per capita the price is basically the same for the meal. The difference is a waiter has no incentive to keep you happy other than not getting fired in European restaurants. And it shows... boy does it show. Unless it was a mom and pop restaurant in Europe the waitress acts about as friendly as a McDonald's employee in a bad neighborhood in the US. Ironically the McDonald's employees in Europe are often far more attentive/kind vs the "nice" restaurants. Luckily Europe is full of small restaurants where your waiter is also the son of the owner and then they might not treat you like garbage. On the bright side of things the small local restaurants actually have eclectic food which can be fantastic as they don't water their food down for mass appeal like in the US. Other than not having to clean up, taking a girl on a date, or when you are on a road trip I don't get the point of eating out in the US...not because the service or the tips those are great.... the food is just utter shit. Even Mom/Pop places seem to only know how to use salt and pepper.... my spice cabinet would shock and confuse them I've got at least 50 spices "There is more than two spices! Witchcraft!"

    G NkG Nk2 aylar önce
  • is it just me or did his voice just get low all of a sudden compared to his past vids

    Bobbi JoelBobbi Joel2 aylar önce
  • You dont tip in america.... at all...

    Kitty The CuteKitty The Cute2 aylar önce
  • Ask anybody who works in the tipping industry and they will tell you they'd rather get tips than get paid minimum wage. A bartender can take home $500 in tips on a busy Saturday night and not have to work another day the entire week.

    A WA W2 aylar önce
  • As a Brit, fuck the US tipping system. I can't believe they've brainwashed a whole country into thinking it's the customers fault if the company don't pay their employees minimum wage. In the UK we tip if we we're given particularly good service. Surely that's the whole point of a tip.

    The GrindermanThe Grinderman2 aylar önce
    • You think you are getting away with something but it just isnt true. They add the cost of paying the employee more to your bill. You always pay an automatic tip in Europe. It doesnt matter if the service was shit or great that employee will get paid the same. Unless it is a small family owned establishment the waiter will only treat the customer nice enough not to get fired.

      G NkG Nk2 aylar önce
  • Who TF tips?? Got pizza hut before summer sidewalk and stairs to my house was all ice watched the ninja wannabe pizza hut douche bag fall down from the top of the stairs 2 times and slip 3 times on the way to my door my only regrets is i didn't get it on video. My *Old Lady* didnt hesitate to not tip him.

    Ratsnrop LiveRatsnrop Live2 aylar önce
    • If I am reading your broken English correctly... you are saying you gleefully watched a pizza delivery person get hurt trying to get you your pizza then refused any common curtsy? So you're bragging about being a stupid sociopath? You know these people remember you and spit in your food right? Retard.

      G NkG Nk2 aylar önce
  • Don't ever tip on top of the tax, that's bullshit

    SirBilliamSirBilliam2 aylar önce
  • $2.13/hr babie =_=

    Alissa PurplebunniesAlissa Purplebunnies2 aylar önce
  • I hate the idea of mandatory tipping and being looked at as a piece of shit if you don't. I don't get tipped at my job don't expect me to tip at yours.

    Blazing DynamoBlazing Dynamo2 aylar önce
  • I live in Sweden and have not once tiped someone at a bar, resturant etc. Noone i know tip. why should they get extra money for the job that they get paid for. Guess it's not a thing here in sweden.

    David SvantessonDavid Svantesson2 aylar önce
    • I've lived in Europe and the US. Your servers are utter shit unless it is a mom/pop place....sometimes (as in the server is the child of the owner thus has a vested interest in keeping you coming back). The price ends up roughly the same... the difference is if the service sucks we can just not pay as much via not tipping.

      G NkG Nk2 aylar önce
  • I tip 5$. I have no idea what % it is. If you did a decent job dealing with my table, you get 5$ no matter if I bought a 5$ burgher and fries (enjoy that 100% tip. ) or 50$ tbone steak (sorry for the 10% tip). Either way, the waiter is doing the same amount of work and I feel that is a decent amount and easy to figure in to the final total.

    Mysticfox2010Mysticfox20102 aylar önce
  • I'm confused ...why is Saudi Arabia highlighted @4:41???

    Gigi WGigi W2 aylar önce
  • We don't generally tip in New Zealand, just FYI, our minimum wage is sufficient to reduce the need :)

    Sarah SproutSarah Sprout2 aylar önce
  • Depends on the restaurant. Depends on the bank the machine comes from. Depends. If I dont make good tips my restaurant doesnt make up for it and I've NEVER worked somewhere where they do. Montreal has it's own rules. Were also giving a percentages, that vary, to managers, hostesses, runners AND the kitchen. This usually varies between 3-7% of your tips. So if I make 15% all night I still only leave with 10% (5% tip out) that IM taxed on and THEY are not. Add that up per year, I'm paying to give my money to other people. If there is a transference they should be taxed on it, but it's too complicated to implement so everyone does it under the table. Videos like this piss me off because you dont know until you work in one for a long time. I've worked in 6 over 9 years.

    Tanya LucasTanya Lucas2 aylar önce
  • In Japan, people don't tip. 3/10

    Ali Emre KepenekAli Emre Kepenek2 aylar önce
  • this reminded me of Jordan Alavarez’s video about tipping

    aleks milchevaleks milchev2 aylar önce
  • America is weird

    imiccaimicca2 aylar önce
Casually Explained: Tipping