Don’t yell at them if something goes wrong with the food order or if your food is overcooked. That’s usually not their fault, but even if it is realize that everyone makes mistakes. Treat them like you want to be treated when you mess up.
If you live in America, tip 20% for good or even subpar service. Take your bill total and multiple it by 2 and then move the decimal point one notch to the left. For example, if your bill is $133.54, you multiple that by 2 to get 267.08. Move the decimal over one and you’ve got $26.70. I’d round up just because I’m lazy.
That means if your service was good, you leave that server $27 extra. You do that because you’re a decent human being. If your service was not that great but still decent, leave 15%. I always leave 20 so I have no idea how to determine that. Most phones have a tip calculator- use it.
If the service was absolutely positively atrocious, maybe then can you consider leaving less than 15%, but try to remember that everyone has an off day sometimes and that in this economy every dollar earned counts. Be kind.
When she asks Finn, “Can we please just wait a couple more minutes for Quinn, please!”
And he says, “It’s now or never.” Effectively asking her to choose.
But instead of responding
or taking his hand and going with him down the isle
she just stands there and hesitates.
And then she does something I honest to god never thought she’d do.
She chooses Quinn.
And the look on Finn’s face says it all
WHY was Rachel so adamant about waiting for Quinn? WHY was is so important to her to have Quinn there that when faced with finally walking down the isle with Finn she begs him to wait for Quinn to get there. She actually pleads.
I don’t care if you don’t believe they have feelings for each other or that they could ever be a couple, but it would be “delusional” of you to to deny they ARE important to each other.
Shipping aside, this is also about Rachel believing in Quinn’s support.
In addition, I feel that this is also Rachel standing her ground on what she wants for her wedding day instead of allowing Finn to rush her into something she’ll regret. His actions this season have been more self-centered than ever and the episode both opens and closes with him putting what he wants over what she wants.
Rachel was the one who wanted to move the date up in the first place, shouldn’t she be the one to decide whether or not they get married at that moment or wait a little longer?