Hungry Teens Leave A Tiny Tip But There Is A Wholesome Story Behind It

Hungry Teens

In the United States, everyone knows a simple fact about eating out. When you eat out, it’s polite to leave a tip. There is no rule that says you have to tip, but it is considered very rude if you don’t. After all, most of a server’s pay comes from tips. Many workers may even go out of their way to be nice in order to get a bigger tip. A waiter at a fancy restaurant told a story about how he got a tip one day. There were a lot of people there, but when he went back to the table, there was only $3.28 left behind by the hungry teens.

The Waiter Was Left Confused By The Hungry Teens

Since he had given them great service, he wasn’t sure why the hungry teens were leaving such a small tip. It was their first time eating out alone at a diner, and they were only 13 years old, so he didn’t think much of it.

It wasn’t until he got a letter in the mail one day that he really thought about it. That happened out of the blue, and it taught him that you should never judge someone before you know all the facts.

In the letter, he writes that he and his three 13-year-old friends were at a diner by themselves for the first time ever. It was a party to welcome them home. The kid couldn’t say enough good things about the fun event and how helpful the waitress was. Besides that, the kid thanked the waiter for helping them split the price. They finally admitted that they messed up with the bill and said they were sorry. Teenagers who were hungry, but had some of the kindest hearts I’ve ever seen.