A-tip-ical Behavior

| Employees, Ignoring & Inattentive, Money

Me: “Hi, I’d like a tall Mocha, please.”

Barista: “Sure, that’s 3,80€.”

Me: “Oh, I thought it was 4,10€.”

Barista: “Nope, that’s the iced mocha.”

Me: “Ah well, just keep the change, then.”

Barista:“But your coffee only costs 3,80€ and not 4,10€!”

Me: “I know. You can keep the change.”

(The barista stares at me blankly, still holding the money.)

Me: “It’s a tip for you.”

Barista: “OH, TIP! As in money for me! Thanks!”

Me: “Sounds like you rarely get any.”

Barista: *sadly* “You have no idea.”

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