It's a life of tips, tricks, and...well, ideally, more tips.
Tell us your personal horror story.
"The menu is not a canvas for your wildest imagination, unfortunately." H/T Quora
Do You Pick Your Belly Button?
The struggle is real.
*Remembers table four's dressing two days after they ordered it*
"Excuse me! Miss!"
TIP: ______ *customer writes: "me over and pour me out"*
Customer: "It's all on one check." Me: *hears choir of angels singing*
"Thanks for tipping 2%, party of six!"
Servermares are real.
Shit. I dropped a fish in her handbag.
Guess I'll just stick to Maggi then.
Would you make it as a server?
Bottom line: expensive AF.
Being a restaurant server is NOT easy.
Do you really need to split the check six ways? Really?
Long Island Iced Tea? Sure thing, garbage person!
A high-tipping regular was obsessed with getting bossed around. The customer is always right, right?
This'll make you tip them even more.
See if you can make it through the dinner shift.
Sorry, we can't get you a black card.
More proof that servers are the unsung heroes in the food industry.
"He punches every fucker!"
It's server not servant.
So many credit cards...
"You mean you don't want to split the check?"
Compliments and funny notes are great, but they can't pay the rent.
It's hard to pay the bills with compliments.
The service industry giveth and the service industry taketh away.
Maybe they should've called in sick. All media courtesy of AFV.
Pond's new fictionalized comic diary shows what it's like to work at a punky 70's Oakland diner. 'Over Easy' comes out with Drawn & Quarterly at bookstores on April 15.
Sometimes a friendly server can bring out the best in people.
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If someone snaps their finger at me one more time...
Guaranteed to put a huge smile on your face. Guaranteed.
Stop being so tight, you guys.
Everybody should work at least a month in a restaurant before they're allowed to eat in one.
There's a really easy way to tell whether someone is a good person...
Thomas Edison, total weirdo.
This is one impressive tea service. It's not the proper way to make and serve tea, mind you, but it's impressive nonetheless.