Re: Thoughts about the RAZR.

(cough...) it's 15%
20% if the service is REAL good

10% is a bit on the cheap side...
How he affords the phone...? ;-)

"Anthony J. Bertorelli" <eaglescout1998@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Jos. Wheeler wrote:
How is it that someone who can afford a cell phone costing several hundred
dollars and spends hundreds of dollars per year on cell phone service is
incapable of estimating 15% of his dinner tab to leave for a tip;-)

I have my own system of calculating gratuity: 10% rounded up to the
nearest dollar increment -- adding an additional dollar if the server
goes "the extra mile." I am just curious as to its absence.


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