Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

LifeBuzz User

24 Most Interesting Notes Left To Waitresses.

Some people in life are more blessed than others financially. A lot of those people, when they are treated well, have no problem sharing their wealth. That’s important for those that work in the food industry. Waiters and waitresses work for small base salaries and rely heavily on tips to survive.

This is hard for them to do with a smile sometimes depending on what type of customers they are waiting on. Over the course of the day, across the country, they will find all kinds of notes written on the receipts they give to their customers. Some of them are good and some, of course, are not so good. Most are good though as you’ll see in a few moments.

#1. This regular left a tip of $2,000!

A regular visitor at Tacolicious in San Francisco left a tip of $2,000. He left the popular saying on the receipt of "Tips for Jesus." One staff member said, “He comes in here all the time and he’s amazing. Amazing to the staff.”

This regular left a tip of $2,000!

#2. One lady wrote, "I want to share my happiness with someone else."

Mijai Wallace works at Bad Daddy's at an airport. What seemed like a regular transaction turned out to filled with happiness.

He said, "I brought her her check she gave her credit card. It was actually 60 bucks in there instead of $20 and I turned around to say thank you and she was gone."

There was a note attached that read: "My dog has been in critical condition for a week, when I landed in Charlotte, I got the news that the life-saving surgery she had this morning was successful. She will be ok! She will come home this weekend! I want to share my happiness with someone else. Have a drink on me and toast her good health. Her name is Scout."

One lady wrote, "I want to share my happiness with someone else."

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#3. Autistic boy acting out leads to family having their check picked up.

In Rock Hill, Missouri, a family was finishing up their dinner at Bandana’s Bar-B-Q restaurant. Suddenly one of the children, diagnosed with autism, began to act out, loudly screaming and crying.

When they asked for the check after calming him down this is what they received. Their bill was picked up by someone sitting nearby.

Autistic boy acting out leads to family having their check picked up.

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#4. Here's an extra $900!

One couple left a huge tip along with a nice message. It read: “This is God’s money — he gave it to us so we could give it to you. God Bless.”

It pays to treat people nicely!

Here's an extra $900!

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#5. A waitress was denied a tip because of the way she looks.

Taelor Beeck works at Zombie Burger in Des Moines Iowa. She collected a bill payment from one customer that had this note written on it. She didn't let it bother her and said that she will continue wearing her pink hair.

A waitress was denied a tip because of the way she looks.

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