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honest question...according to the age/weight/height thread you're 22? didn't you come in a little late for the wonder years? i mean I'm 27 and I came in on the late end of it. and it's not like seinfeld that's constantly on re-runs (though the Hub FTW).
It's about the gesture. I agree if someone is asking for it, it is likely someone looking to get something. I also agree it depends on the size of the fuck up.
I'm just saying that for something as simple as taking a long time on a drink or forgetting a drink, it used to be, "that drink is on me". Now it's "the bartender forgot" or "the bartender is really busy".
A few years back, My FIL and I were at Keeneland and we went out to a restaurant called Malones (it was a steakhouse). We both had some top shelf bourbon and ordered steaks. The steaks came with salads. As I was enjoying my salad, I notice m FIL is struggling chewing. He puts his napkin to his mouth and then pulls something from it. It turned out to be the bottom of a clear rubber glove. When the waiter returned, we showed it to him and he apologized. A few minutes later, the head waiter visited, asked about it and apologized. The waiter came back with 2 fresh bourbons, saying they were on the house. My FIL was also given another salad. After we finished our steak, the manager came to check on us. He was very apologetic and we said, "no big deal, it happens". When we asked for the check, the waiter said he'll be right back. Next thing we know, the owner is at our table and says the meal is on him. He was extremely embarrassed that happened and the he was very appreciative of how we handled the issue. We left a generous tip and came back to eat there the next night. It was just good business. The owner and staff made an impression on me and I ave recommended the restaurant to everyone I have known that headed there. It will be my first dinner stop the next time I visit.
I view food delivery much differently than I view a waiter/waitress. 10-15% for delivery unless it is lightning fast or a difficult order. Used to be 15-20 until the delivery surcharge or the food order minimums. When I spend $80 a month at your joint, I don't want to hear that my order only coes to $11.99 and you won't deliver for less than a $15 order. There are computers now. You need to know your good customers. A Chinese joint lost a steady income over that shit.
Dude! They were asking you for a 3some.
Well there's also a big difference between a potential health code violation and someone copmlaining about a steak not cooked right.
Oh, God, this thread hurt my brain.
This post was edited by JJBittenbinder 2 years ago
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
I am 22 but my Dad was a huge fan and I think it was Nick at Nite that used to play them all the time and my Dad watched them and encouraged me to watch them, too.
"The biggest losers in life are people correcting message board grammar . Fact not opinion"
Yeah it's definitely money. Though Boy Meets World passed it (until they got to college). Nothing beats seasons 2-4 of Boy Meets World.
Those latex gloves are addictively good, aren't they? I can't get enough of them.
Is that how you explain it to the emergency room nurses?
Shut up, limey.
Now I know you're always trolling.
i was just thinking of Topanga yesterday.
Detroit Hustles Harder
Uh oh...a post get deleted?
there is no topic the suque can beat into the ground more thoroughly than tipping & food service
This post was edited by CharlieHorse 2 years ago
Are you mentally retarded?
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
I love Boy Meets World, but come the eff on.
You know what? Fuck this.
And also, fuck this guy:
"People who don't have money don't understand the stress," said Alan Dlugash, a partner at accounting firm Marks Paneth & Shron LLP in New York who specializes in financial planning for the wealthy. "Could you imagine what it's like to say I got three kids in private school, I have to think about pulling them out? How do you do that?"
Yea, I'm the poor don't understand what kind of stress these poor bankers are feeling.
From Yahoo! Finance: Andrew Schiff was sitting in atraffic jam in California this month after giving a speech at aninvestment conference about gold. He turned off the satelliteradio, got out of the car and screamed a profanity. ...
Say, "tough lost?"
Hes not a banker dumbass.
He is definitely an asshole though.
I've noticed that the sports bars I attend have way more servers on duty than is necessary.
This post was edited by raleighdevil 2 years ago
He's talking about bankers, dumbass.
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