The short answer to “when?” is “always.” The short answer to “who?” is “pretty much everyone.” The short answer to “how?” is “well.” Tipping should be the rule, not the exception. But there are always nuances.
The wife of Royals pitcher Wade Davis left a ticket to Game 1 as a tip for her waiter. He called it the "best tip ever," but that was yesterday. Today he probably wishes she had just left some cash.
A friend recently asked Twitter if she should tip the guy who painted a room in her house. I told her painters are creeps and criminals and hers could be counted upon to gratuitize himself via her sock and silverware drawers, because I resort to stereotyping when I'm scared and confused, and I don't have any goddamn…
With training camps firing up, it's time to get all the NFL silly season business out of the way. This will go a long way toward putting to rest one of the dumber stories consuming New Orleans and the larger football world over the last few days—confirmation that Drew Brees did not leave a four percent tip for Chinese…
Getting away with bad tips is harder and harder with the prevalence of smartphones. One way to guarantee you won't get away with it as a baseball player is by leaving a bad tip for a baseball blogger.
Peyton Manning went to the Angus Barn in Raleigh, NC. Peyton Manning tipped his server, Jon, an extra $200 on top of the included gratuity on a $740 bill. Peyton Manning is a good guy and Jon wanted to share that with the world. Now Jon's looking for another job.