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  • WarthogWarlord
    92 points Mar 16,2019, 9:35am

    I'm quite impressed by his ability to jump with that chair.

  • shanks_you
    43 points Mar 16,2019, 8:53am

    When the Budget cuts hits.

  • titulum
    24 points Mar 16,2019, 8:47am

    The quality and realism of their productions improves every year!

  • Stan87
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 9:53am

    This is why all chairs in office are broken.

  • Xu_Lin
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:03am

    Did I just see, even for a short glimpse, an asscrack?!

  • existentialism91342
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:07am

    This may be the best thing ever.

  • VodilentBrink
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 9:50am

    That turn is so FIERCE

  • target_meet_arrow
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:20am

    This is why you don't buy cheap chairs. A cheap chair without a solid metal baseplate under the seat might result in an early and swift colorectal exam. It's the first thing I check before using a chair long term.

    Think It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia dildo bike plus pneumatic metal pole.

  • twisted34
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:19am

    What my wife thinks I do at work

  • AmsterdamSam
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:23am

    Funny and somewhat disturbing :)

  • boredomsbestfriend
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:46am

    That last biggg leap. A+ for effort and execution.

  • kevyg973
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:49am

    Aziz Ansari has been taking too much time off recently

  • Time_Terminal
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:50am

    That smile tho.

  • 1973mojo1973
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:51am

    Hilarious!

  • Gromby
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:53am

    I see you work in IT as well

  • levir
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:56am

    This, this is why I reddit.

  • commandgeneral
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:57am

    gif has no audio yet i can still hear the bouncing sound

  • TheManny82
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:00am

    5 second mark, he's flashing ass crack.

  • Feraso963
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:06am

    Thumbs up to the chair manufacturer
    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

  • 1n5an1ty
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:07am

    Discount pixar

  • illicitandcomlicit
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:14am

    Disneys hazing ritual for new employees

  • SkidmrkSteve
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:07am

    I should not have been on the phone assistating a customer when looking at this. Laughed way to hard

COMMENTS

  • WarthogWarlord
    92 points Mar 16,2019, 9:35am

    I'm quite impressed by his ability to jump with that chair.

  • shanks_you
    43 points Mar 16,2019, 8:53am

    When the Budget cuts hits.

  • titulum
    24 points Mar 16,2019, 8:47am

    The quality and realism of their productions improves every year!

  • IrrelevantUsername6
    12 points Mar 16,2019, 9:31am

    you've got a friend in me..

  • Stan87
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 9:53am

    This is why all chairs in office are broken.

  • Xu_Lin
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:03am

    Did I just see, even for a short glimpse, an asscrack?!

  • existentialism91342
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:07am

    This may be the best thing ever.

  • VodilentBrink
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 9:50am

    That turn is so FIERCE

  • target_meet_arrow
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:20am

    This is why you don't buy cheap chairs. A cheap chair without a solid metal baseplate under the seat might result in an early and swift colorectal exam. It's the first thing I check before using a chair long term.

    Think It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia dildo bike plus pneumatic metal pole.

  • twisted34
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:19am

    What my wife thinks I do at work

  • AmsterdamSam
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:23am

    Funny and somewhat disturbing :)

  • boredomsbestfriend
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:46am

    That last biggg leap. A+ for effort and execution.

  • kevyg973
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:49am

    Aziz Ansari has been taking too much time off recently

  • Time_Terminal
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:50am

    That smile tho.

  • 1973mojo1973
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:51am

    Hilarious!

  • Gromby
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:53am

    I see you work in IT as well

  • levir
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:56am

    This, this is why I reddit.

  • commandgeneral
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 10:57am

    gif has no audio yet i can still hear the bouncing sound

  • TheManny82
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:00am

    5 second mark, he's flashing ass crack.

  • Feraso963
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:06am

    Thumbs up to the chair manufacturer
    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK

  • 1n5an1ty
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:07am

    Discount pixar

  • illicitandcomlicit
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:14am

    Disneys hazing ritual for new employees

  • SkidmrkSteve
    1 points Mar 16,2019, 11:07am

    I should not have been on the phone assistating a customer when looking at this. Laughed way to hard

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#2 This restaurant in Austin is catching the US up with the rest of the world.

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  • rrkrabernathy
    780 points Mar 17,2019, 6:49pm

    Clean that sign, yo!

  • TannedCroissant
    523 points Mar 17,2019, 6:39pm

    I like the way it says tips are not expected rather than not allowed I think this is a good way of doing it, excellent waiting staff can still be given extra if the customer feels they want to.

  • petmoo23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    We had one in Chicago. Servers didn't like it and it didn't last.

  • blue_rizla
    329 points Mar 17,2019, 7:07pm

    They’ve actually studied this, and the restaurants that have tried it have failed more often than normal tipping restaurants, and a high proportion of them went back to tipped wages. The staff ended up preferring the tip system and the customers didn’t like the higher sticker prices. It sucks, but it’s probably a bad business move for this restaurant.

  • Werke
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:12pm

    Also that isn't true with being paid than industry standards. Its widely known servers make way more then any other staff because of tips, its just brings them down inline with the cooks.

  • undercoat777
    25 points Mar 17,2019, 7:19pm

    For small and not too crowded places I can see this working in favor of the waiters but in really crowded restaurants they can make lots of money with tips.

  • Ry-Bread01256
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:14pm

    ITT: people not realizing waiters make more in a tip-based system.

  • SwitchedOnNow
    24 points Mar 17,2019, 6:11pm

    I’d rather tip. If the service is stellar, I pay more.

  • mralex
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:04pm

    Tipping is a flawed system. There's a ton of research that shows this, but instead of that, here is a list of proven techniques to increase your tips if that is how you make your money:

    https://static.secure.website/wscfus/5261551/uploads/CHRmegatips2.pdf

  • not_whiney
    11 points Mar 17,2019, 6:50pm

    Okay OP, what were the prices for food then. And how was the service. The one place I have eaten that had a similar sign had ridiculous prices and the service was actually meh. They went out of business in like 6 months.

  • Reynolds-RumHam2020
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:22pm

    Does no one realize the Severs lose out in this situation. I easily made $25-$30 an hour when I was a waiter in college. No way the restaurant is paying that in salary.

  • 1platesquat
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    If they are truly getting all the benefits like healthcare and 401k...thats great. If not, they can make wayyy more getting tips. anyone who has been a waiter knows this.

  • JWAxeMan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:29pm

    I see this argument all the time on Reddit. Everyone I know who is a server (admittedly not a lot of people) take the jobs specifically for the tips. If you work in an upscale restaurant or serve drinks you can make hundreds a night.

  • Kaiju_zero
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    As someone who's lived off tips for the majority of my life, I know with a certainty that if I had to get a non tip job, I would need at least $15/hr..full time, no breaks.. to be able to survive monthly with what I have to pay out (some I could cut, but the difference would be small).

    But I also work hard to earn said tips and I know every time that it's not assured I'll get any.

    If the cost of living continues to go up, and pay wages don't get better across the board... I'll be hard pressed.

    I also have never applied for food stamps or assistance, and only collected unemployment once between jobs for six months... so I try not to use the system...

    But as someone who doesn't have career skills or education to go above and beyond these means; I appreciate every customers generosity tenth fold.

  • chucalaca
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    what restaurant is this? would like to see prices and how they compare to other "tipped" restaurants in the area

  • jay_bro
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    My friend opened a restaurant and put similar text on the bottom of the menu.

    She got tons of negative yelp reviews saying it was a try-hard attempt at seeming "better than everyone else". And that they should just be a pricier restaurant without stating it.

    I have no idea why people took such offense to an attempt at doing the right thing.

  • alwaysfairandfree
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    Cheap people don’t tip.

  • anglomentality
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    Many restaurants in the US have tried this. Usually it doesn’t work because the average American will purchase less if the items are more expensive on the menu even if they don’t have to tip.

  • cliff99
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    This has been tried by multiple restaurants in the Seattle area, unfortunately most of them have reverted back to the tipping model.

  • phunkus
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Good thing they are because I wouldn't tip shit if I was seated at a filthy table like that.

  • skimble-skamble
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:02pm

    I'm okay with this in principle, but shitty plastic stand full paragraph dirty with food smears laminated preachy bullshit on my table would annoy me.

  • WickedTriggered
    6 points Mar 17,2019, 7:11pm

    Sounds like a great way to make less money.

  • MitchCMan
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 7:23pm

    I spent 10 years working for a low base rate of pay, as little as $1.85 plus tips. I can say with 100% certainty that working for tips made me work harder and be more courteous than my fellow employees. I would sometimes make twice as much as fellow waiters. We had a policy of party of 6 or more and gratuity would be automatically added. I would override it almost every time and leave it up to the guest to tip based on my service. I can honestly say only one time did I get less than 20%.

  • S-Rod21
    9 points Mar 17,2019, 7:04pm

    Wow, it's hard to believe so many people are defending tips here. Yes, you can make more money with tips than with normal wages. Yes, it's a strong motivator to provide good service. The restaurant is still not paying their employees. When I was a server, it was common to work without any breaks for fear of not making enough money to justify the hours spent at work. Employee is working, employer pays them for their time, end of story. None of this "smile for money" crap.

  • testfire10
    8 points Mar 17,2019, 6:40pm

    Finally. Don’t make me manage your staff for you through the tip. Do that yourself, let me relax and pay a transparent fee for my meal.

  • conniverist
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 7:21pm

    Great, so they’ll make less. Great job 👍

  • greyabassador
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:15pm

    That means the best waiter in the restaurant gets the same wage as the worst, which is unfair to the best. I would not be surprised if the service completely sucks at this place.

    VISUAL PROOF: just look at that filthy sign! Disgusting.

  • Ricky_RZ
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:08pm

    TFW minimum wage goes up so you get no paid breaks and more of your tip money is taken from you and given to the staff in the back

  • boohole
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:54pm

    I made $20 An hour on slow days in fast casual, well over that during busy times. Are you paying that? If not you aren't going to keep good servers.

  • AS1776
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    I don’t get Americans’ tipping culture either. Since when do you have to tip expected service to someone who’s hired to do exactly so?

    They need to raise the wage of the servers, calculating how much to tip for is putting extra mental cost on a otherwise clear cut deal of a transaction.

    I don’t want a different service based on my tipping range and I don’t want servers wage fluctuates based on how many well of and/or kind-hearted people have visited the venue. Good service should be standardized, so should it’s pay.

    You can still tip if the service is truly exceptional, but it should not have been a indispensable part of servers’ wage.

  • Owlero
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    I'm very generous with my tips (50% sometimes if they're impeccable).
    But if including the tip with the menu price means a shitty, rude waiter is still gonna get his, I will not patronize those restaurants, period.

  • Tip_of_the_nip
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:02pm

    Wholesome yo

  • links311
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:55pm

    I like how it’s considered “catching up”... I don’t know why we should give a shit what the rest of the world is doing.

  • Scoobz1961
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:57pm

    Honestly, cant understand how the tipping to compensate for slave wages is legal in USA.

  • What_did_you_do_2day
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:13pm

    Can we see the menu prices?

  • freaksavior
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    Unless this is Black Star Co-op, they too do this.

  • ScottySmalls25
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:13pm

    I would still tip too, that the thing

  • piguyman
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:17pm

    Catching up with the rest of the world means no tip...only places with lot of Americas require tips (and some exceptions)

  • Lars_lars_lars
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:17pm

    Need to say “tipping is not allowed” and remove the tip line from the receipt - cause people are still gonna feel pressure to tip otherwise.

  • mugsoh
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:21pm

    They’ve tried it many times and then go back to tipping because they end up making more on tips then the restaurant pays them.

  • Beartrkkr
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:27pm

    I bet the servers are thrilled.../s

  • jjjaaammm
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    The Modern in NYC does this. My $500 bill for 2 was slightly made better when I read a statement on the bottom that said they don’t accept tips.

  • averm27
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    What restaurant? I go to Austin once a month, would love to visit

  • baldmansfury
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:30pm

    I’m curious to see how that’s working out for everyone there.

  • Massive_Thoughtz
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    This is standard in San Francisco now... $15 an hour minimum, healthcare, vacation, and sick days are required for all employees.....except service staff (including those at a register check you out ..wtf) still expect a 20% tip

  • Grassfedlife
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    I’m curious what the prices would be. Any chance there’s a menu pic we could see?

  • bettiegrl
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Sorry, Austin, you're not first. It was already tried in NYC in 2015.

  • bagingospringo
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Sounds like the opposite of taking gratuity...like they know people are cheap and they wont tip. But if they wana take it I'll let them but give no extra

  • davisdilf
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    Yes!!

  • BigBeautifulLemons
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    That's cool but I'm still tipping

  • RagidyyMan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    They still gone get a tip this ‘Mercia goddamnit

  • kingofhan0
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:33pm

    Where is this in Austin?

  • T0WERM0NKEY
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    I wonder what they consider "higher than industry standards".

  • Xylus1985
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Why is this not written into federal law?

  • Mastagon
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Would that this could be worldwide

  • wt_scrub
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    I mean working for a tip generally makes better service cause they have to really earn that tip, but yeah I still see why other countries just pay people normally

  • itsjust399
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Yeah in Chile we don't do that much of tipping. Actuslly I think we never do lmao

  • ATReade
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    If the signs are dirty I'd hate to think what the kitchen looks like

  • SirFixalot1116
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    I’m in Austin right now

  • 0ldmanwinter
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    Just came back from Japan and they do it best there.
    Tipping is considered rude at most places, as exemplary service is considered the norm.
    Pretty much the opposite here in the US.
    Shitty service and most waitstaff expect big tips.

  • carterirons
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    Sadly I think if restaurants raise their prices to do this than people will just eat out less often.

  • dab2525
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    This is great because there's certainty in wages, and the guys in back are fairly compensated. Where I used to work, busboys supposedly got a portion of waitstaff's tip, but dishwashers, prep, and cooks got nada.

  • rydan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    And you are still a jerk if you don't tip.

  • moreno2729
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    How is the service at this restaurant since the server is no longer working for tips?

  • Reddevil313
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    Thai Fresh?

  • foodnpuppies
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    Good. I prefer this over tipping. Tipping puts the onus onto the customer when it really should be on the owner.

  • Mexagon
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    I bet the servers are assholes at this place. I mean it's Austin..so more asshole than normal I mean.

  • Afa1234
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    So no tipping?

  • mrs_peeps
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    Yea but what is the wage they are being paid? Just bc a sign says they're paid well doesnt mean they actually are.

  • psiko74
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    I'd like to see the prices on the menu

  • deathtoeli
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    This is worse for workers and customers. To give workers 20% of the bill they have to up the prices 26%ish.

  • vpersaud03
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    Please put tipping is not expected first.

  • Scudstock
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    A Joe's Crab Shack did this near me.

    The staff fucking revolted and they went back to the tip wages.

    Nobody liked the menu prices being 20% higher and it took money out of the servers' pockets on a nightly basis. I bet nearly any European server would rather wait tables in the US if they saw what you can clear in a night. Servers generally make a living wage, so stop trying to act like they don't.

  • gewdvibez
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    Thai Fresh is the bomb

  • vicki427
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    This weirdly makes me want to tip more...

  • ADudeNamedBen33
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    There's a place near me that does a version of this. Instead of adjusting prices they just force a 18% service fee. Absolutely worst service in town.

    Conversely, the last time I was in London it seemed more and more places were starting to expect you to tip.

  • chicknlil
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    Joe's crab shack tried it. It failed, but their menu prices stayed high after topping started again.

  • Woodshadow
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    I would much rather see a sign like that than when I was up around Seattle and receipts would have a line item for a $1 that said $15 minimum wage. wtf is this. You could just factor your labor into your cost but instead you want to make it clear this is why it costs more. Learn to run a fucking business. Labor is a part of your cost just as it always has been. Everyone knows it. Don't be a dick.

    Of course now down here around Portland places have a 22% service charge added. I suppose a portion of that goes to the back of the house that tipping doesn't otherwise cover but still 22% is insane. I spoke to the waiter who said he loved it. Wouldn't tell me what he was making but he said he got insurance, 401k PTO and sick. I prodded a little about wage and I think he makes around $60k which sounds about right. I know a few servers at similar fine dinner restaurants clearing $80k

  • bootybanger14
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    What restaurant was it? I live down here

  • zryan3564
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    This is fine with me. If you get paid less than minimum I'll give a good tip. You get paid like this place pays employees then don't expect a tip. As a customer I'm fine with either.

  • pinkwar
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Where I work we split the tips between boh and foh.

  • dagoon79
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    If you ever look the history and reasoning behind tips you'll find it's basically tied to US slavery. Kinda dark, and can't still believe businesses and States still allow it.

  • GregorSamsaa
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Be better if it ended with, “therefore, please do not tip”.

    I’m willing to bet everyone that goes there is still tipping just cause it’s what is customary and the staff still sees non tippers as cheap.

  • Wadka
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:44pm

    Now post the menu prices.

  • tweak0
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:40pm

    I really hate having to deal with tipping, I'd definitely eat out more if they'd just pay their people properly and removed tipping.

  • fidget221
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:25pm

    This is very wholesome. Here have an upvote.

  • Texas_Nexus
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:53pm

    I live in the Austin area, I wish I knew what restaurant this is so that I can dine there.

  • DirtyPedro
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:17pm

    So... no tips? Like in most of the rest of the world? And if pay is based directly on menu pricing, if there's no customers, means no pay for the servers, just like it is for business owners?

  • JMisseldine
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:48pm

    If I saw this sign id probably tip more.

  • Abgahlorma
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    I'm all for diners no longer subsidizing restaurant owners by paying part of the wages of restaurant employees. Good one for this truly progressive eatery.

  • egosumhermes
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:04pm

    Great idea!

  • TA_faq43
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:23pm

    How about not mentioning it at all? I doubt the prices will go up by more than a few dollars per dish. Or am I completely off?

  • ThreeNC
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:02pm

    I take it this isn't Sonic

  • tankertodd
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:08pm

    Wonder how fast those tables get turned though.

  • ButtercupColfax
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    The fact that labor costs weren't originally factored into their prices is a bit concerning...

  • mylifebeliveitornot
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:22pm

    Bet the service isnt as good as somewhere where servers count on tips.

    When your getting paid no matter what, you do the bare minimum that requires you to not be fired.

  • sleuthingninja
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Interesting because service staff make more when they’re salary is tipped based

  • mkb152jr
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    Ironically, they probably make less per hour than places with tipping.

  • Tayls23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:49pm

    A BBQ joint nearby did the same thing, and the locals freaked the fuck out, and not in a good way.

    I think it’s fantastic, but apparently selfish assholes don’t think that food service workers should expect a reasonable paycheck.

  • Shangheli
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:30pm

    Tipping is not expected EVER.

  • PopeInnocentXIV
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    When I was in Switzerland I unexpectedly came across one of the advantages of the no-tip system I had never considered. In the tip system, where each table is assigned to a waiter, if you need something you have to either wait for your waiter to appear or else get another waiter to summon your waiter. In the no-tip system, it doesn't matter. Any waiter can serve any table. Need to get going? Ask any waiter for your check.

  • username1156
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:24pm

    Damn commies!

  • 216216
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Lol.

    Servers make way way more from tips than from whatever this wage would be.

    Every time i see this argument I know the person has no clue how a restaurant is run

  • ultimatebob
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:33pm

    I'll bet that a cheeseburger at this place costs $14 and a beer costs $7. If I'm right, something tells me that this place isn't going to last very long.... even in Austin.

  • BlueBlingThing
    -2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:15pm

    Excellent. Tipping culture has a lot of problems. One being that pretty young waitresses pull in more than middle aged ones with families to support.

  • makeupHOOR
    -1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    This is way better than the $2.13/hour the lobbyists imposed on servers.

  • NovoOrdo
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:51pm

    This has failed many times over and I know numerous people who would much rather make their tips then make whatever hourly wage this restaurant is paying them. I have a hard time thinking that this place is paying their servers over $35 dollars an hour and I know people who make well over that on a good night. This is almost disingenuous tbh. If the restaurant wanted their employees to be making more per hour, all they had to do is bump their base wage. And don't even get me started on profit margins of certain high end restaurants and fine dining establishments.

  • reztrek6
    -3 points Mar 17,2019, 7:40pm

    Fuck this noise. I will still tip and if I was the server, I would expect to get tipped.

  • YesImLyingNow
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:11pm

    No tipping?

    Well I've got a tip for you anyway!

    Uhhh...... Don't pee on Supermans' cape!

  • Bojangles315
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:57pm

    I hate restaurants that ask for tips when they are paid like normal workers

  • banryu95
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:04pm

    As a young adult, my dream was to open a restaurant. I watched every episode of Good Eats, and taught myself every cooking technique I could. My first real job was at Starbucks, but then I got a job at a restaurant. I immediately realized just how FUCKED the tipping system is and how absolutely horrible customers can be about the whole arrangement. I vowed that if and when I open my own place, to never employ a single person who has to rely on tips for their wages...

    And that's why I load trucks for a living...

    Lol, but seriously, I still stick by that vow. I still cook in my free time and who knows what my future holds. But a traditional restaurant with servers working for tips will not be a part of it.

  • jkayne
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:12pm

    I love this, tipping is not a wage! and, us government, should not be taxed, or taxable!

  • txzman
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:23pm

    Lol I’ll wait to see the differences in relative regulation, bureaucratic and different tax costs for world businesses and the US. No wonderful Spanish restaurant I ate in for 4 months could stay open in Texas because of regulations they do not have to follow.

  • mcflyOS
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:24pm

    The world's largest economy and the richest country in the history of the world, where its citizens enjoy relatively high wages is so backward.

  • mylifebeliveitornot
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    A good shop with good tips is the only reason someone worth the fuck will do the job, soon as the money stops that person will go get another job and they will most likly be replaced with someone who isnt as helpful shall we say.

    Put up with customers bullshit for a standard wage and no tips?

    No thanks... Or i wont be as nice about it as im not required to be as nice as they aint tipping me.

    The potentail of a nice tip is the only reason servers dont murder people.

  • TurkishDrillpress
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    Great, so when will I be charged to take a leak? Like the rest of the world..........

  • yasutosi716
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:29pm

    The tip culture in the US is really stupid. Paying a fair wage to their employees is the basic responsibility for employers, why allow them to shift their own responsibility to customers.

  • cougmerrik
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    I assume the service sucks.

  • prettycoolguy97
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    not happening

  • deleted
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

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  • y0un63r
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Right. The rest of the world doesn’t get good service. Why should the USA?

  • GuybrushThreepweird
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    So employees are on a fixed income then, plus they don't have to try and be good at their work, since they are getting paid the same anyway. Nice.

  • MushroomSlap
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Unfortunately tipping is becoming regular around most of the world these days. Tipping culture is bs

  • Stevebertfan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    Doesnt work.

  • BadluckBeast
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    I worked as a bartender & server all through college and shortly after I graduated. I've done restaurant, sports bar, upscale dining and nightclubs and I know from experience that if you're good at your job, you make great money for working part time hours, generally 15-25/hr depending on the day/time. I've been to countries where tipping "isn't normal" and guess what? The service was terrible and the ticket times took longer than an average American restaurant.

    American people might be more guilty of self indulgence when it comes to restaurants but the experience you get from eating out in the States compared to rest of the world is far far better.

  • Spartan448
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    How about we pay people a living wage, and expect that people tip their servers instead of being massive douchebags?

  • iamagainstit
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Ahh, I see it is time for the bi-monthly "DAE think tipping is bad!" post

  • thisonetimeinithaca
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:14pm

    we factored the cost of labor into menu prices

    You mean, like we should’ve been doing all along? (Restaurant manager here, come at me).

  • PhyterNL
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:23pm

    This needs to happen across the US. Tipping is a terrible tradition that biases wait staff on race and gender, encourages in-fighting and smugness, discourages professionalism and teamwork.

  • Spacejostle
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    First. when you go to countries that don't tip, the service is horrible. Second. If you are wait staff you will lose 30%-50% of your wages. Third. If you work in the kitchen your pay won't increase.

  • Shadow_Death
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    This is how it's supposed to be though. The minimum wage isn't for people to raise their kids on it's for kids to make some money while attending school or college...........

  • captsurfdawg
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    So, in turn, we’re going to charge you $20 for that previous $5burger so we can pay bob and betty better, you don’t mind paying more right ?

COMMENTS

  • rrkrabernathy
    780 points Mar 17,2019, 6:49pm

    Clean that sign, yo!

  • TannedCroissant
    523 points Mar 17,2019, 6:39pm

    I like the way it says tips are not expected rather than not allowed I think this is a good way of doing it, excellent waiting staff can still be given extra if the customer feels they want to.

  • petmoo23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    We had one in Chicago. Servers didn't like it and it didn't last.

  • CHWK
    62 points Mar 17,2019, 6:00pm

    Wonder what the hourly wage for wait staff is?

    When I waited tables 20 years ago I averaged $15 or so.

  • blue_rizla
    329 points Mar 17,2019, 7:07pm

    They’ve actually studied this, and the restaurants that have tried it have failed more often than normal tipping restaurants, and a high proportion of them went back to tipped wages. The staff ended up preferring the tip system and the customers didn’t like the higher sticker prices. It sucks, but it’s probably a bad business move for this restaurant.

  • Werke
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:12pm

    Also that isn't true with being paid than industry standards. Its widely known servers make way more then any other staff because of tips, its just brings them down inline with the cooks.

  • undercoat777
    25 points Mar 17,2019, 7:19pm

    For small and not too crowded places I can see this working in favor of the waiters but in really crowded restaurants they can make lots of money with tips.

  • Ry-Bread01256
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:14pm

    ITT: people not realizing waiters make more in a tip-based system.

  • SwitchedOnNow
    24 points Mar 17,2019, 6:11pm

    I’d rather tip. If the service is stellar, I pay more.

  • mralex
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:04pm

    Tipping is a flawed system. There's a ton of research that shows this, but instead of that, here is a list of proven techniques to increase your tips if that is how you make your money:

    https://static.secure.website/wscfus/5261551/uploads/CHRmegatips2.pdf

  • not_whiney
    11 points Mar 17,2019, 6:50pm

    Okay OP, what were the prices for food then. And how was the service. The one place I have eaten that had a similar sign had ridiculous prices and the service was actually meh. They went out of business in like 6 months.

  • Reynolds-RumHam2020
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:22pm

    Does no one realize the Severs lose out in this situation. I easily made $25-$30 an hour when I was a waiter in college. No way the restaurant is paying that in salary.

  • 1platesquat
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    If they are truly getting all the benefits like healthcare and 401k...thats great. If not, they can make wayyy more getting tips. anyone who has been a waiter knows this.

  • JWAxeMan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:29pm

    I see this argument all the time on Reddit. Everyone I know who is a server (admittedly not a lot of people) take the jobs specifically for the tips. If you work in an upscale restaurant or serve drinks you can make hundreds a night.

  • Kaiju_zero
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    As someone who's lived off tips for the majority of my life, I know with a certainty that if I had to get a non tip job, I would need at least $15/hr..full time, no breaks.. to be able to survive monthly with what I have to pay out (some I could cut, but the difference would be small).

    But I also work hard to earn said tips and I know every time that it's not assured I'll get any.

    If the cost of living continues to go up, and pay wages don't get better across the board... I'll be hard pressed.

    I also have never applied for food stamps or assistance, and only collected unemployment once between jobs for six months... so I try not to use the system...

    But as someone who doesn't have career skills or education to go above and beyond these means; I appreciate every customers generosity tenth fold.

  • chucalaca
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    what restaurant is this? would like to see prices and how they compare to other "tipped" restaurants in the area

  • jay_bro
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    My friend opened a restaurant and put similar text on the bottom of the menu.

    She got tons of negative yelp reviews saying it was a try-hard attempt at seeming "better than everyone else". And that they should just be a pricier restaurant without stating it.

    I have no idea why people took such offense to an attempt at doing the right thing.

  • alwaysfairandfree
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    Cheap people don’t tip.

  • anglomentality
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    Many restaurants in the US have tried this. Usually it doesn’t work because the average American will purchase less if the items are more expensive on the menu even if they don’t have to tip.

  • cliff99
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    This has been tried by multiple restaurants in the Seattle area, unfortunately most of them have reverted back to the tipping model.

  • phunkus
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Good thing they are because I wouldn't tip shit if I was seated at a filthy table like that.

  • skimble-skamble
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:02pm

    I'm okay with this in principle, but shitty plastic stand full paragraph dirty with food smears laminated preachy bullshit on my table would annoy me.

  • WickedTriggered
    6 points Mar 17,2019, 7:11pm

    Sounds like a great way to make less money.

  • MitchCMan
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 7:23pm

    I spent 10 years working for a low base rate of pay, as little as $1.85 plus tips. I can say with 100% certainty that working for tips made me work harder and be more courteous than my fellow employees. I would sometimes make twice as much as fellow waiters. We had a policy of party of 6 or more and gratuity would be automatically added. I would override it almost every time and leave it up to the guest to tip based on my service. I can honestly say only one time did I get less than 20%.

  • S-Rod21
    9 points Mar 17,2019, 7:04pm

    Wow, it's hard to believe so many people are defending tips here. Yes, you can make more money with tips than with normal wages. Yes, it's a strong motivator to provide good service. The restaurant is still not paying their employees. When I was a server, it was common to work without any breaks for fear of not making enough money to justify the hours spent at work. Employee is working, employer pays them for their time, end of story. None of this "smile for money" crap.

  • testfire10
    8 points Mar 17,2019, 6:40pm

    Finally. Don’t make me manage your staff for you through the tip. Do that yourself, let me relax and pay a transparent fee for my meal.

  • conniverist
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 7:21pm

    Great, so they’ll make less. Great job 👍

  • greyabassador
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:15pm

    That means the best waiter in the restaurant gets the same wage as the worst, which is unfair to the best. I would not be surprised if the service completely sucks at this place.

    VISUAL PROOF: just look at that filthy sign! Disgusting.

  • Ricky_RZ
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:08pm

    TFW minimum wage goes up so you get no paid breaks and more of your tip money is taken from you and given to the staff in the back

  • boohole
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:54pm

    I made $20 An hour on slow days in fast casual, well over that during busy times. Are you paying that? If not you aren't going to keep good servers.

  • AS1776
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    I don’t get Americans’ tipping culture either. Since when do you have to tip expected service to someone who’s hired to do exactly so?

    They need to raise the wage of the servers, calculating how much to tip for is putting extra mental cost on a otherwise clear cut deal of a transaction.

    I don’t want a different service based on my tipping range and I don’t want servers wage fluctuates based on how many well of and/or kind-hearted people have visited the venue. Good service should be standardized, so should it’s pay.

    You can still tip if the service is truly exceptional, but it should not have been a indispensable part of servers’ wage.

  • Owlero
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    I'm very generous with my tips (50% sometimes if they're impeccable).
    But if including the tip with the menu price means a shitty, rude waiter is still gonna get his, I will not patronize those restaurants, period.

  • Tip_of_the_nip
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:02pm

    Wholesome yo

  • links311
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:55pm

    I like how it’s considered “catching up”... I don’t know why we should give a shit what the rest of the world is doing.

  • Scoobz1961
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:57pm

    Honestly, cant understand how the tipping to compensate for slave wages is legal in USA.

  • What_did_you_do_2day
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:13pm

    Can we see the menu prices?

  • freaksavior
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    Unless this is Black Star Co-op, they too do this.

  • ScottySmalls25
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:13pm

    I would still tip too, that the thing

  • piguyman
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:17pm

    Catching up with the rest of the world means no tip...only places with lot of Americas require tips (and some exceptions)

  • Lars_lars_lars
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:17pm

    Need to say “tipping is not allowed” and remove the tip line from the receipt - cause people are still gonna feel pressure to tip otherwise.

  • mugsoh
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:21pm

    They’ve tried it many times and then go back to tipping because they end up making more on tips then the restaurant pays them.

  • Beartrkkr
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:27pm

    I bet the servers are thrilled.../s

  • jjjaaammm
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    The Modern in NYC does this. My $500 bill for 2 was slightly made better when I read a statement on the bottom that said they don’t accept tips.

  • averm27
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    What restaurant? I go to Austin once a month, would love to visit

  • baldmansfury
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:30pm

    I’m curious to see how that’s working out for everyone there.

  • Massive_Thoughtz
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    This is standard in San Francisco now... $15 an hour minimum, healthcare, vacation, and sick days are required for all employees.....except service staff (including those at a register check you out ..wtf) still expect a 20% tip

  • Grassfedlife
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    I’m curious what the prices would be. Any chance there’s a menu pic we could see?

  • bettiegrl
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Sorry, Austin, you're not first. It was already tried in NYC in 2015.

  • bagingospringo
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Sounds like the opposite of taking gratuity...like they know people are cheap and they wont tip. But if they wana take it I'll let them but give no extra

  • davisdilf
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    Yes!!

  • BigBeautifulLemons
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    That's cool but I'm still tipping

  • RagidyyMan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:32pm

    They still gone get a tip this ‘Mercia goddamnit

  • kingofhan0
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:33pm

    Where is this in Austin?

  • T0WERM0NKEY
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    I wonder what they consider "higher than industry standards".

  • Xylus1985
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Why is this not written into federal law?

  • Mastagon
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Would that this could be worldwide

  • wt_scrub
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    I mean working for a tip generally makes better service cause they have to really earn that tip, but yeah I still see why other countries just pay people normally

  • itsjust399
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Yeah in Chile we don't do that much of tipping. Actuslly I think we never do lmao

  • ATReade
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    If the signs are dirty I'd hate to think what the kitchen looks like

  • SirFixalot1116
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    I’m in Austin right now

  • 0ldmanwinter
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    Just came back from Japan and they do it best there.
    Tipping is considered rude at most places, as exemplary service is considered the norm.
    Pretty much the opposite here in the US.
    Shitty service and most waitstaff expect big tips.

  • carterirons
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    Sadly I think if restaurants raise their prices to do this than people will just eat out less often.

  • dab2525
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    This is great because there's certainty in wages, and the guys in back are fairly compensated. Where I used to work, busboys supposedly got a portion of waitstaff's tip, but dishwashers, prep, and cooks got nada.

  • rydan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    And you are still a jerk if you don't tip.

  • moreno2729
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    How is the service at this restaurant since the server is no longer working for tips?

  • Reddevil313
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:39pm

    Thai Fresh?

  • foodnpuppies
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    Good. I prefer this over tipping. Tipping puts the onus onto the customer when it really should be on the owner.

  • Mexagon
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    I bet the servers are assholes at this place. I mean it's Austin..so more asshole than normal I mean.

  • Afa1234
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    So no tipping?

  • mrs_peeps
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    Yea but what is the wage they are being paid? Just bc a sign says they're paid well doesnt mean they actually are.

  • psiko74
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:40pm

    I'd like to see the prices on the menu

  • deathtoeli
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    This is worse for workers and customers. To give workers 20% of the bill they have to up the prices 26%ish.

  • vpersaud03
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    Please put tipping is not expected first.

  • Scudstock
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    A Joe's Crab Shack did this near me.

    The staff fucking revolted and they went back to the tip wages.

    Nobody liked the menu prices being 20% higher and it took money out of the servers' pockets on a nightly basis. I bet nearly any European server would rather wait tables in the US if they saw what you can clear in a night. Servers generally make a living wage, so stop trying to act like they don't.

  • gewdvibez
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    Thai Fresh is the bomb

  • vicki427
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    This weirdly makes me want to tip more...

  • ADudeNamedBen33
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    There's a place near me that does a version of this. Instead of adjusting prices they just force a 18% service fee. Absolutely worst service in town.

    Conversely, the last time I was in London it seemed more and more places were starting to expect you to tip.

  • chicknlil
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    Joe's crab shack tried it. It failed, but their menu prices stayed high after topping started again.

  • Woodshadow
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    I would much rather see a sign like that than when I was up around Seattle and receipts would have a line item for a $1 that said $15 minimum wage. wtf is this. You could just factor your labor into your cost but instead you want to make it clear this is why it costs more. Learn to run a fucking business. Labor is a part of your cost just as it always has been. Everyone knows it. Don't be a dick.

    Of course now down here around Portland places have a 22% service charge added. I suppose a portion of that goes to the back of the house that tipping doesn't otherwise cover but still 22% is insane. I spoke to the waiter who said he loved it. Wouldn't tell me what he was making but he said he got insurance, 401k PTO and sick. I prodded a little about wage and I think he makes around $60k which sounds about right. I know a few servers at similar fine dinner restaurants clearing $80k

  • bootybanger14
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    What restaurant was it? I live down here

  • zryan3564
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:42pm

    This is fine with me. If you get paid less than minimum I'll give a good tip. You get paid like this place pays employees then don't expect a tip. As a customer I'm fine with either.

  • pinkwar
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Where I work we split the tips between boh and foh.

  • dagoon79
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    If you ever look the history and reasoning behind tips you'll find it's basically tied to US slavery. Kinda dark, and can't still believe businesses and States still allow it.

  • GregorSamsaa
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Be better if it ended with, “therefore, please do not tip”.

    I’m willing to bet everyone that goes there is still tipping just cause it’s what is customary and the staff still sees non tippers as cheap.

  • Wadka
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:44pm

    Now post the menu prices.

  • tweak0
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:40pm

    I really hate having to deal with tipping, I'd definitely eat out more if they'd just pay their people properly and removed tipping.

  • fidget221
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:25pm

    This is very wholesome. Here have an upvote.

  • Texas_Nexus
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 6:53pm

    I live in the Austin area, I wish I knew what restaurant this is so that I can dine there.

  • DirtyPedro
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:17pm

    So... no tips? Like in most of the rest of the world? And if pay is based directly on menu pricing, if there's no customers, means no pay for the servers, just like it is for business owners?

  • JMisseldine
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:48pm

    If I saw this sign id probably tip more.

  • Abgahlorma
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    I'm all for diners no longer subsidizing restaurant owners by paying part of the wages of restaurant employees. Good one for this truly progressive eatery.

  • egosumhermes
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:04pm

    Great idea!

  • TA_faq43
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:23pm

    How about not mentioning it at all? I doubt the prices will go up by more than a few dollars per dish. Or am I completely off?

  • ThreeNC
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:02pm

    I take it this isn't Sonic

  • tankertodd
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:08pm

    Wonder how fast those tables get turned though.

  • ButtercupColfax
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    The fact that labor costs weren't originally factored into their prices is a bit concerning...

  • mylifebeliveitornot
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:22pm

    Bet the service isnt as good as somewhere where servers count on tips.

    When your getting paid no matter what, you do the bare minimum that requires you to not be fired.

  • sleuthingninja
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    Interesting because service staff make more when they’re salary is tipped based

  • mkb152jr
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    Ironically, they probably make less per hour than places with tipping.

  • Tayls23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:49pm

    A BBQ joint nearby did the same thing, and the locals freaked the fuck out, and not in a good way.

    I think it’s fantastic, but apparently selfish assholes don’t think that food service workers should expect a reasonable paycheck.

  • Shangheli
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:30pm

    Tipping is not expected EVER.

  • PopeInnocentXIV
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    When I was in Switzerland I unexpectedly came across one of the advantages of the no-tip system I had never considered. In the tip system, where each table is assigned to a waiter, if you need something you have to either wait for your waiter to appear or else get another waiter to summon your waiter. In the no-tip system, it doesn't matter. Any waiter can serve any table. Need to get going? Ask any waiter for your check.

  • username1156
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:24pm

    Damn commies!

  • 216216
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    Lol.

    Servers make way way more from tips than from whatever this wage would be.

    Every time i see this argument I know the person has no clue how a restaurant is run

  • ultimatebob
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:33pm

    I'll bet that a cheeseburger at this place costs $14 and a beer costs $7. If I'm right, something tells me that this place isn't going to last very long.... even in Austin.

  • BlueBlingThing
    -2 points Mar 17,2019, 7:15pm

    Excellent. Tipping culture has a lot of problems. One being that pretty young waitresses pull in more than middle aged ones with families to support.

  • makeupHOOR
    -1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:36pm

    This is way better than the $2.13/hour the lobbyists imposed on servers.

  • NovoOrdo
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:51pm

    This has failed many times over and I know numerous people who would much rather make their tips then make whatever hourly wage this restaurant is paying them. I have a hard time thinking that this place is paying their servers over $35 dollars an hour and I know people who make well over that on a good night. This is almost disingenuous tbh. If the restaurant wanted their employees to be making more per hour, all they had to do is bump their base wage. And don't even get me started on profit margins of certain high end restaurants and fine dining establishments.

  • reztrek6
    -3 points Mar 17,2019, 7:40pm

    Fuck this noise. I will still tip and if I was the server, I would expect to get tipped.

  • YesImLyingNow
    0 points Mar 17,2019, 7:11pm

    No tipping?

    Well I've got a tip for you anyway!

    Uhhh...... Don't pee on Supermans' cape!

  • Bojangles315
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 7:57pm

    I hate restaurants that ask for tips when they are paid like normal workers

  • banryu95
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:04pm

    As a young adult, my dream was to open a restaurant. I watched every episode of Good Eats, and taught myself every cooking technique I could. My first real job was at Starbucks, but then I got a job at a restaurant. I immediately realized just how FUCKED the tipping system is and how absolutely horrible customers can be about the whole arrangement. I vowed that if and when I open my own place, to never employ a single person who has to rely on tips for their wages...

    And that's why I load trucks for a living...

    Lol, but seriously, I still stick by that vow. I still cook in my free time and who knows what my future holds. But a traditional restaurant with servers working for tips will not be a part of it.

  • jkayne
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:12pm

    I love this, tipping is not a wage! and, us government, should not be taxed, or taxable!

  • txzman
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:23pm

    Lol I’ll wait to see the differences in relative regulation, bureaucratic and different tax costs for world businesses and the US. No wonderful Spanish restaurant I ate in for 4 months could stay open in Texas because of regulations they do not have to follow.

  • mcflyOS
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:24pm

    The world's largest economy and the richest country in the history of the world, where its citizens enjoy relatively high wages is so backward.

  • mylifebeliveitornot
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    A good shop with good tips is the only reason someone worth the fuck will do the job, soon as the money stops that person will go get another job and they will most likly be replaced with someone who isnt as helpful shall we say.

    Put up with customers bullshit for a standard wage and no tips?

    No thanks... Or i wont be as nice about it as im not required to be as nice as they aint tipping me.

    The potentail of a nice tip is the only reason servers dont murder people.

  • TurkishDrillpress
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:26pm

    Great, so when will I be charged to take a leak? Like the rest of the world..........

  • yasutosi716
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:29pm

    The tip culture in the US is really stupid. Paying a fair wage to their employees is the basic responsibility for employers, why allow them to shift their own responsibility to customers.

  • cougmerrik
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:31pm

    I assume the service sucks.

  • prettycoolguy97
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:34pm

    not happening

  • deleted
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    [deleted]

  • y0un63r
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Right. The rest of the world doesn’t get good service. Why should the USA?

  • GuybrushThreepweird
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    So employees are on a fixed income then, plus they don't have to try and be good at their work, since they are getting paid the same anyway. Nice.

  • MushroomSlap
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:36pm

    Unfortunately tipping is becoming regular around most of the world these days. Tipping culture is bs

  • Stevebertfan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:37pm

    Doesnt work.

  • BadluckBeast
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:38pm

    I worked as a bartender & server all through college and shortly after I graduated. I've done restaurant, sports bar, upscale dining and nightclubs and I know from experience that if you're good at your job, you make great money for working part time hours, generally 15-25/hr depending on the day/time. I've been to countries where tipping "isn't normal" and guess what? The service was terrible and the ticket times took longer than an average American restaurant.

    American people might be more guilty of self indulgence when it comes to restaurants but the experience you get from eating out in the States compared to rest of the world is far far better.

  • Spartan448
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:41pm

    How about we pay people a living wage, and expect that people tip their servers instead of being massive douchebags?

  • iamagainstit
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:43pm

    Ahh, I see it is time for the bi-monthly "DAE think tipping is bad!" post

  • thisonetimeinithaca
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:14pm

    we factored the cost of labor into menu prices

    You mean, like we should’ve been doing all along? (Restaurant manager here, come at me).

  • PhyterNL
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:23pm

    This needs to happen across the US. Tipping is a terrible tradition that biases wait staff on race and gender, encourages in-fighting and smugness, discourages professionalism and teamwork.

  • Spacejostle
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:28pm

    First. when you go to countries that don't tip, the service is horrible. Second. If you are wait staff you will lose 30%-50% of your wages. Third. If you work in the kitchen your pay won't increase.

  • Shadow_Death
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:35pm

    This is how it's supposed to be though. The minimum wage isn't for people to raise their kids on it's for kids to make some money while attending school or college...........

  • captsurfdawg
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 8:11pm

    So, in turn, we’re going to charge you $20 for that previous $5burger so we can pay bob and betty better, you don’t mind paying more right ?

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#3 Oh China, never change

funny

COMMENTS

  • Mattt_MSI
    117 points Mar 14,2019, 6:31am

    He does Math in the bathroom all night though 😏 close enough.

  • prestonpiggy
    34 points Mar 14,2019, 6:49am

    I'm pretty sure this goes both ways, especially with the tattoos written in chinese.

  • _Umbral_
    49 points Mar 14,2019, 5:48am

    It looks like the guy has a ponytail

  • speechless-human
    25 points Mar 14,2019, 6:57am
  • DJMasCrouix
    7 points Mar 14,2019, 8:08am

    That shirt means "Tranquil Water" in English letters

  • dogshitoldman
    6 points Mar 14,2019, 6:21am

    Facts, tho?

  • jcal4106
    6 points Mar 14,2019, 8:06am

    Brandi from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills said that to Kim Richard's in season 2 I believe. It was pretty entertaining. And trashy. Loved it

  • shatspiders
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 6:32am

    I thought he was holding a dildo at first

  • man0315
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 8:10am

    maybe his parents are fans of breaking bad

  • jsmith843
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 8:12am

    Cookie Monster is eating a sandwich, watching from outside

  • KatzDeli
    5 points Mar 14,2019, 6:44am

    Why do they even make that shirt in that size?

  • albeinstein
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 6:43am

    Only in the mornings

  • Cahir101
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 7:33am

    Teaching English?

  • szabl
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 7:48am

    He’s probably up there accusing the teacher of stealing his god damn house.

  • TherapeuticThrowback
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:00am

    Better a shirt than a tattoo.

  • BigZmultiverse
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:13am

    What’s the reason for shirts like this in foreign countries? I learned once but I forgot

  • PepsiPerfect
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:13am

    I want that shirt!

  • Fincher1
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:14am

    this is a white man in a room with fully grown chinese people.

  • heliumy2k
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 6:30am

    How do these end up on Chinese people? Like who makes it?

  • sergeantkh2
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:08am

    Jessie was an addict tho

  • black_flag_4ever
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:15am

    Such a judgmental kid.

  • AnotherPersonPerhaps
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:20am

    Fair enough....bitch.

  • frankylovee
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:04am

    I’m from Oregon so I super want that jacket

  • punksneverdie
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:05am

    I have soo many questions

  • photoguy8008
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:06am

    Meh, it's Sesame Street English

  • pickled-egg
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:08am

    Now where the hell did they find that quote?

    edit: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills apparently

  • waht_waht
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 6:53am

    I support China because they don't have a Meth problem.

    Also, Support Huawei everyone!!

  • WaitedTill2015ToJoin
    -2 points Mar 14,2019, 6:44am

    Bonus super fun China fact, you don't have to wait long for an organ transplant. Oh silly China, for the love of humanity, please change.

  • leanobeano
    -1 points Mar 14,2019, 5:57am

    Ariana Grande knows that feeling.

  • agentaltf4
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 6:54am

    Not till he gets to the re-education camps anyway.

  • ARK_BEAST
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 7:42am

    What's jacksepticeye doing in China???

  • deleted
    -9 points Mar 14,2019, 7:15am

    [deleted]

COMMENTS

  • Mattt_MSI
    117 points Mar 14,2019, 6:31am

    He does Math in the bathroom all night though 😏 close enough.

  • prestonpiggy
    34 points Mar 14,2019, 6:49am

    I'm pretty sure this goes both ways, especially with the tattoos written in chinese.

  • _Umbral_
    49 points Mar 14,2019, 5:48am

    It looks like the guy has a ponytail

  • EtuMeke
    9 points Mar 14,2019, 6:59am
  • speechless-human
    25 points Mar 14,2019, 6:57am
  • DJMasCrouix
    7 points Mar 14,2019, 8:08am

    That shirt means "Tranquil Water" in English letters

  • dogshitoldman
    6 points Mar 14,2019, 6:21am

    Facts, tho?

  • jcal4106
    6 points Mar 14,2019, 8:06am

    Brandi from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills said that to Kim Richard's in season 2 I believe. It was pretty entertaining. And trashy. Loved it

  • shatspiders
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 6:32am

    I thought he was holding a dildo at first

  • man0315
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 8:10am

    maybe his parents are fans of breaking bad

  • jsmith843
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 8:12am

    Cookie Monster is eating a sandwich, watching from outside

  • KatzDeli
    5 points Mar 14,2019, 6:44am

    Why do they even make that shirt in that size?

  • albeinstein
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 6:43am

    Only in the mornings

  • Cahir101
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 7:33am

    Teaching English?

  • szabl
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 7:48am

    He’s probably up there accusing the teacher of stealing his god damn house.

  • TherapeuticThrowback
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:00am

    Better a shirt than a tattoo.

  • BigZmultiverse
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:13am

    What’s the reason for shirts like this in foreign countries? I learned once but I forgot

  • PepsiPerfect
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:13am

    I want that shirt!

  • Fincher1
    2 points Mar 14,2019, 8:14am

    this is a white man in a room with fully grown chinese people.

  • heliumy2k
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 6:30am

    How do these end up on Chinese people? Like who makes it?

  • sergeantkh2
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:08am

    Jessie was an addict tho

  • black_flag_4ever
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:15am

    Such a judgmental kid.

  • AnotherPersonPerhaps
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:20am

    Fair enough....bitch.

  • frankylovee
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:04am

    I’m from Oregon so I super want that jacket

  • punksneverdie
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:05am

    I have soo many questions

  • photoguy8008
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:06am

    Meh, it's Sesame Street English

  • pickled-egg
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:08am

    Now where the hell did they find that quote?

    edit: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills apparently

  • waht_waht
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 6:53am

    I support China because they don't have a Meth problem.

    Also, Support Huawei everyone!!

  • WaitedTill2015ToJoin
    -2 points Mar 14,2019, 6:44am

    Bonus super fun China fact, you don't have to wait long for an organ transplant. Oh silly China, for the love of humanity, please change.

  • leanobeano
    -1 points Mar 14,2019, 5:57am

    Ariana Grande knows that feeling.

  • agentaltf4
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 6:54am

    Not till he gets to the re-education camps anyway.

  • ARK_BEAST
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 7:42am

    What's jacksepticeye doing in China???

  • deleted
    -9 points Mar 14,2019, 7:15am

    [deleted]

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#4 Oh shit oh shit oh shit!

.gifs - funny, animated gifs for your viewing pleasure

COMMENTS

  • shanks_you
    88 points Mar 11,2019, 9:20am

    Owner: yo cat, look to your right.

    Cat: what are you talking about peasant? There’s nothin......

    FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

  • Canzabis
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:35am

    That would make me puma pants

  • tszdabee
    22 points Mar 11,2019, 9:22am

    Fight or flight: ✅

  • AXIS_SOYPROF_0
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:09am

    The TV manufacturer should use that in an advertisement..

  • TrumpetHeroISU
    3 points Mar 11,2019, 9:43am

    Lol that tail. Definitely better every loop.

  • micklet
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:08am

    We need a slow of the last few frames. The Insta-Floof is the best part.

  • EverybodyWantsToBeUs
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:08am

    Cat like reflexes

  • Boredguy32
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:35am

    I rented a documentary about wolves thinking I could watch it with my friend's doggo. He barked for 10 straight minutes at the TV. It was funny, but he seemed stressed so I turned it off.

  • p3nanggalan
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:04am

    That is fucking hilarious.

  • Ivy_Fawn
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:31am

    I can’t stop watching it 😂

  • dac002
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:35am

    Imagine the human equivalent, a 15 foot tall 2500 lb man charging at you at full speed

  • HR_Dragonfly
    3 points Mar 11,2019, 9:57am

    "The shit I see in that window. Jesus."

  • thunder_shart
    4 points Mar 11,2019, 9:59am

    Oh lord he a comin

  • jonasmarcelocs
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:33am

    oh shit big cousin is coming

  • fishinbuttersauce
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:44am

    Gone

  • p1um5mu991er
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:15am

    Natural selection kicked in

  • PressAltF4forkarma
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:37am

    Wow, what a Pussy.

  • adventuregalley
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:37am

    If this was my house my evil son would replay this every time our cat came in the room. I can hear is evil laugh now...

  • UsedTamponsCollector
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:39am

    This is from the music video of Above & Beyond - Prelude

  • GameChatter
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:44am

    My cats been acting up lately. This shall be my revenge.

  • scaur
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:45am

    tactical retreat

  • Bass_man44
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:18am

    Hahaha!!

  • FoxetusYeetus
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:42am

    Stupid ass cat, go lick your butt.

COMMENTS

  • shanks_you
    88 points Mar 11,2019, 9:20am

    Owner: yo cat, look to your right.

    Cat: what are you talking about peasant? There’s nothin......

    FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

  • Canzabis
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:35am

    That would make me puma pants

  • tszdabee
    22 points Mar 11,2019, 9:22am

    Fight or flight: ✅

  • bad_cookie_28p
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:11am
  • AXIS_SOYPROF_0
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:09am

    The TV manufacturer should use that in an advertisement..

  • TrumpetHeroISU
    3 points Mar 11,2019, 9:43am

    Lol that tail. Definitely better every loop.

  • micklet
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:08am

    We need a slow of the last few frames. The Insta-Floof is the best part.

  • EverybodyWantsToBeUs
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:08am

    Cat like reflexes

  • Boredguy32
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:35am

    I rented a documentary about wolves thinking I could watch it with my friend's doggo. He barked for 10 straight minutes at the TV. It was funny, but he seemed stressed so I turned it off.

  • p3nanggalan
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:04am

    That is fucking hilarious.

  • Ivy_Fawn
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:31am

    I can’t stop watching it 😂

  • dac002
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:35am

    Imagine the human equivalent, a 15 foot tall 2500 lb man charging at you at full speed

  • HR_Dragonfly
    3 points Mar 11,2019, 9:57am

    "The shit I see in that window. Jesus."

  • thunder_shart
    4 points Mar 11,2019, 9:59am

    Oh lord he a comin

  • jonasmarcelocs
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:33am

    oh shit big cousin is coming

  • fishinbuttersauce
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:44am

    Gone

  • p1um5mu991er
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:15am

    Natural selection kicked in

  • PressAltF4forkarma
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:37am

    Wow, what a Pussy.

  • adventuregalley
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:37am

    If this was my house my evil son would replay this every time our cat came in the room. I can hear is evil laugh now...

  • UsedTamponsCollector
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:39am

    This is from the music video of Above & Beyond - Prelude

  • GameChatter
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:44am

    My cats been acting up lately. This shall be my revenge.

  • scaur
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:45am

    tactical retreat

  • Bass_man44
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 9:18am

    Hahaha!!

  • FoxetusYeetus
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:42am

    Stupid ass cat, go lick your butt.

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#5 Off to the market in Madagascar among the Baobab trees

Reddit Pics

COMMENTS

  • mostly_sarcastic
    42 points Mar 14,2019, 8:00am

    When you spend 3 hours meticulously drawing and shaping the branches and leaves, but then you get bored and spend two minutes finishing the trunk...

  • KatzDeli
    52 points Mar 14,2019, 7:37am

    These trees are also unknown as “upside down” trees because it looks like the roots are coming out of the top.

    Source: I’ve seen these in person at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and they drone on about them in the safari.

  • TheGalacticFart
    13 points Mar 14,2019, 6:59am

    Thicc trees

  • engineeringcat1
    4 points Mar 14,2019, 6:58am

    Woahhh

  • AuxiliaryVexes
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 7:11am

    Who's the photographer? Its a nice shot

  • 7LeagueBoots
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:30am

    There are smaller baobob species on the mainland of Africa too.

    Saw them in southern Kenya and northern Kenya. The seeds are sold as snacks; they’re sold dried and have powdery exterior with a strong sour taste. Not everyone likes the flavor, but I liked it. Good for making a lemonade type drink.

  • Rasgore
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:34am

    How old are these trees approximately?

  • fongaboo
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:54am

    How do they grow? Does the trunk grow straight up as a column first and then do the branches sprout after it reaches a certain height? Or do the branches sprout early and then get pushed up?

  • BiBoFieTo
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:33am

    Those trees have bodies like a cyclist.

  • knife_at_a_gun_fight
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:35am

    We have a variety of these that grow in the north of my state (Western Australia). They're so beautiful and I'm obsessed. Great shot.

  • Criss-Istr
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:55am

    Unclimbable

  • RAAM_n_Noodles
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Those look like they'd be easy AF to split... No branches getting in the way.

  • LivingLifeEachDay
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Baobab, the tree that grows upside down.

  • RetroZone_NEON
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Absolute Unit

  • itzasger
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 9:00am

    i wanna go to madagascar now..

  • LANDWEREin_theWASTE
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 9:00am

    Looks like something from the art of Michael Wheelan, like one of his Isaac Asimov cover art

  • p1um5mu991er
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:40am

    Beer can

  • SoOldSoStupid
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 7:56am

    Dirty capitalists! /s

  • JelliedHam
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:49am

    No good.

    You should mention how your gay adopted sister with autism took this photo when nobody showed up for her 16th birthday party and she doesn't think it's very good.

COMMENTS

  • mostly_sarcastic
    42 points Mar 14,2019, 8:00am

    When you spend 3 hours meticulously drawing and shaping the branches and leaves, but then you get bored and spend two minutes finishing the trunk...

  • KatzDeli
    52 points Mar 14,2019, 7:37am

    These trees are also unknown as “upside down” trees because it looks like the roots are coming out of the top.

    Source: I’ve seen these in person at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and they drone on about them in the safari.

  • TheGalacticFart
    13 points Mar 14,2019, 6:59am

    Thicc trees

  • Einteiler
    11 points Mar 14,2019, 7:03am

    Better watch out. Those things will fuck up your tiny planet.

  • engineeringcat1
    4 points Mar 14,2019, 6:58am

    Woahhh

  • AuxiliaryVexes
    3 points Mar 14,2019, 7:11am

    Who's the photographer? Its a nice shot

  • 7LeagueBoots
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:30am

    There are smaller baobob species on the mainland of Africa too.

    Saw them in southern Kenya and northern Kenya. The seeds are sold as snacks; they’re sold dried and have powdery exterior with a strong sour taste. Not everyone likes the flavor, but I liked it. Good for making a lemonade type drink.

  • Rasgore
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:34am

    How old are these trees approximately?

  • fongaboo
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:54am

    How do they grow? Does the trunk grow straight up as a column first and then do the branches sprout after it reaches a certain height? Or do the branches sprout early and then get pushed up?

  • BiBoFieTo
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:33am

    Those trees have bodies like a cyclist.

  • knife_at_a_gun_fight
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:35am

    We have a variety of these that grow in the north of my state (Western Australia). They're so beautiful and I'm obsessed. Great shot.

  • Criss-Istr
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:55am

    Unclimbable

  • RAAM_n_Noodles
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Those look like they'd be easy AF to split... No branches getting in the way.

  • LivingLifeEachDay
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Baobab, the tree that grows upside down.

  • RetroZone_NEON
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:57am

    Absolute Unit

  • itzasger
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 9:00am

    i wanna go to madagascar now..

  • LANDWEREin_theWASTE
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 9:00am

    Looks like something from the art of Michael Wheelan, like one of his Isaac Asimov cover art

  • p1um5mu991er
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 7:40am

    Beer can

  • SoOldSoStupid
    0 points Mar 14,2019, 7:56am

    Dirty capitalists! /s

  • JelliedHam
    1 points Mar 14,2019, 8:49am

    No good.

    You should mention how your gay adopted sister with autism took this photo when nobody showed up for her 16th birthday party and she doesn't think it's very good.

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#6 Don’t be afraid of Master Chief

r/gaming

COMMENTS

  • zander1982
    102 points Mar 17,2019, 1:43am

    This little girl is too adorable. How cute.

  • Originalusername29
    167 points Mar 17,2019, 1:41am

    Oof my heart, cross post to r/aww

  • Neo_Techni
    133 points Mar 17,2019, 2:03am

    He even got the height right.

  • Farglesniff
    32 points Mar 17,2019, 2:15am

    I've played so much bioshock recently this reminded me of a big daddy and a little sister, and I couldn't stop saying 'aww'

  • FeitoRaingoddo
    49 points Mar 17,2019, 2:58am

    While the cosplayer was not a real soldier, it didn't matter to little Ana. In her eyes this was The Hero. She had seen videos of him at home. Touching his hand ignited in her a belief that she could one day become one too. That was so many years ago, but as Ana donned her exo-skeleton, which she affectionately called 'Spartan', she knew that moment was connected. Hoisting her rifle, she began to march towards the drop-ship hangar.

  • Explosive_Ducks
    16 points Mar 17,2019, 2:08am

    Halo there

  • L-latino
    14 points Mar 17,2019, 1:40am

    Beautiful

  • AGguru
    22 points Mar 17,2019, 1:48am

    Would you like to know more?

  • wxpa
    9 points Mar 17,2019, 3:09am

    He really has the slow, methodical movement down. Impressed that he doesn’t even break character for the little girl

  • Praestolatio
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 2:09am

    It's onions I swear

  • corgblam
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 2:44am

    Master Chief is the defender and protector of humanity. Children need not fear him.

  • RevelSlade
    6 points Mar 17,2019, 1:57am

    So cute

  • Don_Cheech
    5 points Mar 17,2019, 2:27am

    The heroic mannerisms are palpable

  • BunnyGamer1994
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:14am

    Aww its so cute

  • hopeless-romanticc
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:32am

    That small and timid smile she has on her cute face the whole time though 😭 I can’t

  • AceCareibour12
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:58am

    Dude stop you’re making me cry

  • GearBandit
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:22am

    This is so adorable.

  • Afro-viking
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:22am

    OMG that's adorable!

  • Abbysol
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:37am

    This is too wholesome for me, heart cant handle...

  • Zaeviaa
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 3:17am

    I love how gentle he holds his hand out for her. So cute.

  • DankSpanking
    16 points Mar 17,2019, 1:43am

    Thats really cute. Kids are afraid of mascots and clowns. But a space bounty hunter? He's mr. cuddles to her

  • Jophiel420
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:25am

    Master Chief your friend

  • ballercrantz
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:35am

    HIS WEAPON IS DOWN! ATTACK!

  • apollo797
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:41am

    That's an interesting mod for grunts.

  • DiogoVidu
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 3:13am

    My heart...

  • rynlnk
    5 points Mar 17,2019, 3:10am

    I think Halo is a pretty cool guy. Eh kills aleins and doesnt afraid of anything.

  • Chefharambe
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:21am

    Gentle Chief

  • Hashashin455
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:23am

    Halo kitty

  • Spartan17492
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:33am

    That's adorable.

  • EyeEating
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:42am

    This Is so god damn adorable, I'm saving it for whenever I have a bad day

  • NeoDragonXZ
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:43am

    My heart, god dammit.

  • Dead_af_Orgy
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:54am

    Chief will always be a hero

  • Just_Cook_It
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    She will love that picure in some years, oh yeah she surely will!

  • o0RainMaker0o
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    One of the best games ever created

  • KizziV
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    To her, he is a real life super hero

  • Irritated_Kraken
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:59am

    Is this Seattle center by chance, right below the space needle?

  • LightSparrow
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:00am

    Master chief got a loong torso and some squatty legs

  • SloppyJoestar
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:04am

    He should've given her the gun to hold lol

  • ELDYLO
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:04am

    We all know that under all the high tech armour, Master Chief is a big old softy

  • Dre_A35
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:05am

    How adorable.

  • Popular_Target
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:06am

    When I was a kid I got to go see the American Gladiators in person. After the show the Gladiators would hang out and sign autographs for fans. Those Gladiators looked like GIANTS to me. I would probably start crying if I saw this crazy giant space man as a kid, so credit to her.

  • nothingandsomethinga
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:09am

    girls with boots are always the brave ones :)

  • megasean3000
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:09am

    That gun is bigger than her! 😂

  • KrustyFingerNailz
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    Oh my god this is so cute aaaaaaa

  • nothingandsomethinga
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    This really does tug at my kid heart

  • coode5
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    He’s got a massive gun

  • crymson772
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    The most wholesome thing I've seen all day

  • Cpt_FatBeard
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    Now Master Chief demands payment just like the rest of us when The Master Chief Collection is released for PC 🤣

  • kjarles
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    I usually don't like humans contaminating r/aww, but this could go in r/aww.

COMMENTS

  • zander1982
    102 points Mar 17,2019, 1:43am

    This little girl is too adorable. How cute.

  • Originalusername29
    167 points Mar 17,2019, 1:41am

    Oof my heart, cross post to r/aww

  • Neo_Techni
    133 points Mar 17,2019, 2:03am

    He even got the height right.

  • Chris_Gee89
    62 points Mar 17,2019, 2:35am

    Pc players when Master Chief Collection comes to steam

  • Farglesniff
    32 points Mar 17,2019, 2:15am

    I've played so much bioshock recently this reminded me of a big daddy and a little sister, and I couldn't stop saying 'aww'

  • FeitoRaingoddo
    49 points Mar 17,2019, 2:58am

    While the cosplayer was not a real soldier, it didn't matter to little Ana. In her eyes this was The Hero. She had seen videos of him at home. Touching his hand ignited in her a belief that she could one day become one too. That was so many years ago, but as Ana donned her exo-skeleton, which she affectionately called 'Spartan', she knew that moment was connected. Hoisting her rifle, she began to march towards the drop-ship hangar.

  • Explosive_Ducks
    16 points Mar 17,2019, 2:08am

    Halo there

  • L-latino
    14 points Mar 17,2019, 1:40am

    Beautiful

  • AGguru
    22 points Mar 17,2019, 1:48am

    Would you like to know more?

  • wxpa
    9 points Mar 17,2019, 3:09am

    He really has the slow, methodical movement down. Impressed that he doesn’t even break character for the little girl

  • Praestolatio
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 2:09am

    It's onions I swear

  • corgblam
    7 points Mar 17,2019, 2:44am

    Master Chief is the defender and protector of humanity. Children need not fear him.

  • RevelSlade
    6 points Mar 17,2019, 1:57am

    So cute

  • Don_Cheech
    5 points Mar 17,2019, 2:27am

    The heroic mannerisms are palpable

  • BunnyGamer1994
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:14am

    Aww its so cute

  • hopeless-romanticc
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:32am

    That small and timid smile she has on her cute face the whole time though 😭 I can’t

  • AceCareibour12
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 2:58am

    Dude stop you’re making me cry

  • GearBandit
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:22am

    This is so adorable.

  • Afro-viking
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:22am

    OMG that's adorable!

  • Abbysol
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 2:37am

    This is too wholesome for me, heart cant handle...

  • Zaeviaa
    3 points Mar 17,2019, 3:17am

    I love how gentle he holds his hand out for her. So cute.

  • DankSpanking
    16 points Mar 17,2019, 1:43am

    Thats really cute. Kids are afraid of mascots and clowns. But a space bounty hunter? He's mr. cuddles to her

  • Jophiel420
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:25am

    Master Chief your friend

  • ballercrantz
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:35am

    HIS WEAPON IS DOWN! ATTACK!

  • apollo797
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 2:41am

    That's an interesting mod for grunts.

  • DiogoVidu
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 3:13am

    My heart...

  • rynlnk
    5 points Mar 17,2019, 3:10am

    I think Halo is a pretty cool guy. Eh kills aleins and doesnt afraid of anything.

  • Chefharambe
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:21am

    Gentle Chief

  • Hashashin455
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:23am

    Halo kitty

  • Spartan17492
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:33am

    That's adorable.

  • EyeEating
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:42am

    This Is so god damn adorable, I'm saving it for whenever I have a bad day

  • NeoDragonXZ
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:43am

    My heart, god dammit.

  • Dead_af_Orgy
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:54am

    Chief will always be a hero

  • Just_Cook_It
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    She will love that picure in some years, oh yeah she surely will!

  • o0RainMaker0o
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    One of the best games ever created

  • KizziV
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:58am

    To her, he is a real life super hero

  • Irritated_Kraken
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 3:59am

    Is this Seattle center by chance, right below the space needle?

  • LightSparrow
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:00am

    Master chief got a loong torso and some squatty legs

  • SloppyJoestar
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:04am

    He should've given her the gun to hold lol

  • ELDYLO
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:04am

    We all know that under all the high tech armour, Master Chief is a big old softy

  • Dre_A35
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:05am

    How adorable.

  • Popular_Target
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:06am

    When I was a kid I got to go see the American Gladiators in person. After the show the Gladiators would hang out and sign autographs for fans. Those Gladiators looked like GIANTS to me. I would probably start crying if I saw this crazy giant space man as a kid, so credit to her.

  • nothingandsomethinga
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:09am

    girls with boots are always the brave ones :)

  • megasean3000
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:09am

    That gun is bigger than her! 😂

  • KrustyFingerNailz
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    Oh my god this is so cute aaaaaaa

  • nothingandsomethinga
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    This really does tug at my kid heart

  • coode5
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:13am

    He’s got a massive gun

  • crymson772
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    The most wholesome thing I've seen all day

  • Cpt_FatBeard
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    Now Master Chief demands payment just like the rest of us when The Master Chief Collection is released for PC 🤣

  • kjarles
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 4:15am

    I usually don't like humans contaminating r/aww, but this could go in r/aww.

● ● ●

#7 Robin Williams and his daughter Zelda.

Reddit Pics

COMMENTS

  • SkidWilly86
    1108 points Mar 17,2019, 10:20am

    The Legend with Zelda.

  • cheesysnipsnap
    252 points Mar 17,2019, 10:19am

    One of the few actors that I genuinely miss.

    Not for appearing in things, but just being around and getting snippets of his life.

    Makes me sad he's not here anymore.

  • trela7
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:30am

    He is truly missed ❤️

  • KyIet
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:39am

    He was a truly amazing and inspirational dude

  • Oh_god_not_you
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:29am

    I genuinely wonder what it was like having robin as a father. Miss him every single day.

  • ChicagoOhio
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:37am

    This will never not get an up door from me. Two lovely humans.

  • Youguysaredummmm
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:57am

    Looks like the juice lady in Barcelona

  • Falcon_Alpha_Delta
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:34am

    Posting Robin Williams is such easy karma. I will always upvote this man

  • Symphoniaes
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:10pm

    I first came across Zelda Williams in Were the World Mine. No idea who she was at the time, nor her relations, but I crushed on her so hard for such a long time. She's amazing.

  • manzoire
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:59am

    :( :)

  • Vitztlampaehecatl
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:06pm

    Funnily enough they were actually playing Pokémon.

  • hatsnatcher23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    Robin Williams and Kuvira

  • bensawn
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:47am

    She worked on an episode of Criminal Minds last year.

    Super nice.

  • EcstaticStrings
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:33am

    This is a Nintendo ad.

  • whyhellomichael
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 10:29am

    Classic pic at this point but will most likely get removed for R1.

  • JRsFancy
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:21am

    I would have thought his love for his daughter would have been enough to want to live a long as possible, but that just shows how much I don't know about depression. His performances in Good Will Hunting and Dead Poets Society were his best moments on screen and they were nothing about comedy.

  • phil_butter
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 10:14am

    RIP

  • cptwinklestein
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:02pm

    I'm crying now. Damn Robin.

  • AvidlyApathetic
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:02pm

    Only celebrity death I've ever mourned as a personal loss. Still chokes me up.

  • flaccidpedestrian
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:04pm

    seeing pics of Robin Williams always makes me so sad that we lost him.

  • Sammyscrap
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:05pm

    Possibly playing Zelda on those Nintendo handhelds

  • curlycupie
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:06pm

    😢

  • therejectethan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:09pm

    K

  • BuckleUpKids
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    That's Link.

  • Pickle_ninja
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    Younger generations will have no idea how much of an impact this single person had on the world. When he died the whole world stopped for a moment and was collectively sadder.

  • Nateglove
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:13pm
  • SawConvention
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:13pm

    Wow I haven’t seen this 328 times or anything

  • Eurell
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:14pm

    The Genie and Kuvira. Part of my childhood and part of my kids' childhood.

  • WinnyBoyBlue
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:14pm

    I remember this guy making me laugh my ass off the first time I watched Mrs.Doubtfire. It's not what he would say, it's how he said it...an outstanding comedian actor and person.

    They look so happy and in the moment !

  • MocephusRocks
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:15pm
  • sumyungguy_420
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:49am

    F

  • vtfresh
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:00pm

    Its LINK. When will people learn!

  • Skubi420
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:09pm

    He was alive when 4 swords was out I'm pretty sure. He could have helped the Princess save herself!! Hehe

  • micholob
    -31 points Mar 17,2019, 10:37am
  • Status_Royale
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:58am

    Aw man, Robin's death hit me hard. As a young kid I would watch his movies like Jumanji and Mrs. Doubtfire over and over. My parents wouldn't allow me to watch his stand up comedy because apparently it contained strong language, but I would still watch it whenever I had the chance. He's really the one who inspired me to get into comedy. It was a tough time trying to make it, but Robin always remained an inspiration. Eventually I got to the point where I would laugh at my own jokes harder than I ever laughed at any of Robin's material, and it was then that I knew I had surpassed him as a comedian. I'm sure he would be proud to see what his example and inspiration helped me achieve, and I know he's smiling down from heaven at me every time I get on stage!

  • Gerry_Brovloski
    -22 points Mar 17,2019, 10:48am

    Good to see him hanging out

  • Bestboii
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:11pm

    zelda is a boy and you play as him

  • norabthgineht
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:26am

    Facebook

  • cupnoodledoodle
    -33 points Mar 17,2019, 11:10am

    How can he kill himself and leave his daughter??

  • -runswithbeer-
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:38am

    A very sick man.

  • WarPeagle
    -40 points Mar 17,2019, 10:50am

    Did they ever come out and reveal that it was autoerotic asphyxiation?

COMMENTS

  • SkidWilly86
    1108 points Mar 17,2019, 10:20am

    The Legend with Zelda.

  • cheesysnipsnap
    252 points Mar 17,2019, 10:19am

    One of the few actors that I genuinely miss.

    Not for appearing in things, but just being around and getting snippets of his life.

    Makes me sad he's not here anymore.

  • trela7
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:30am

    He is truly missed ❤️

  • iamjackslackoffricks
    89 points Mar 17,2019, 10:18am

    Just watched Hook with my kids. I miss this man

  • KyIet
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:39am

    He was a truly amazing and inspirational dude

  • Oh_god_not_you
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:29am

    I genuinely wonder what it was like having robin as a father. Miss him every single day.

  • ChicagoOhio
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:37am

    This will never not get an up door from me. Two lovely humans.

  • Youguysaredummmm
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:57am

    Looks like the juice lady in Barcelona

  • Falcon_Alpha_Delta
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:34am

    Posting Robin Williams is such easy karma. I will always upvote this man

  • Symphoniaes
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:10pm

    I first came across Zelda Williams in Were the World Mine. No idea who she was at the time, nor her relations, but I crushed on her so hard for such a long time. She's amazing.

  • manzoire
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:59am

    :( :)

  • Vitztlampaehecatl
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:06pm

    Funnily enough they were actually playing Pokémon.

  • hatsnatcher23
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    Robin Williams and Kuvira

  • bensawn
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:47am

    She worked on an episode of Criminal Minds last year.

    Super nice.

  • EcstaticStrings
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:33am

    This is a Nintendo ad.

  • whyhellomichael
    4 points Mar 17,2019, 10:29am

    Classic pic at this point but will most likely get removed for R1.

  • JRsFancy
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:21am

    I would have thought his love for his daughter would have been enough to want to live a long as possible, but that just shows how much I don't know about depression. His performances in Good Will Hunting and Dead Poets Society were his best moments on screen and they were nothing about comedy.

  • phil_butter
    2 points Mar 17,2019, 10:14am

    RIP

  • cptwinklestein
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:02pm

    I'm crying now. Damn Robin.

  • AvidlyApathetic
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:02pm

    Only celebrity death I've ever mourned as a personal loss. Still chokes me up.

  • flaccidpedestrian
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:04pm

    seeing pics of Robin Williams always makes me so sad that we lost him.

  • Sammyscrap
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:05pm

    Possibly playing Zelda on those Nintendo handhelds

  • curlycupie
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:06pm

    😢

  • therejectethan
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:09pm

    K

  • BuckleUpKids
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    That's Link.

  • Pickle_ninja
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:12pm

    Younger generations will have no idea how much of an impact this single person had on the world. When he died the whole world stopped for a moment and was collectively sadder.

  • Nateglove
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:13pm
  • SawConvention
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:13pm

    Wow I haven’t seen this 328 times or anything

  • Eurell
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:14pm

    The Genie and Kuvira. Part of my childhood and part of my kids' childhood.

  • WinnyBoyBlue
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:14pm

    I remember this guy making me laugh my ass off the first time I watched Mrs.Doubtfire. It's not what he would say, it's how he said it...an outstanding comedian actor and person.

    They look so happy and in the moment !

  • MocephusRocks
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:15pm
  • sumyungguy_420
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:49am

    F

  • vtfresh
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:00pm

    Its LINK. When will people learn!

  • Skubi420
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:09pm

    He was alive when 4 swords was out I'm pretty sure. He could have helped the Princess save herself!! Hehe

  • micholob
    -31 points Mar 17,2019, 10:37am
  • Status_Royale
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:58am

    Aw man, Robin's death hit me hard. As a young kid I would watch his movies like Jumanji and Mrs. Doubtfire over and over. My parents wouldn't allow me to watch his stand up comedy because apparently it contained strong language, but I would still watch it whenever I had the chance. He's really the one who inspired me to get into comedy. It was a tough time trying to make it, but Robin always remained an inspiration. Eventually I got to the point where I would laugh at my own jokes harder than I ever laughed at any of Robin's material, and it was then that I knew I had surpassed him as a comedian. I'm sure he would be proud to see what his example and inspiration helped me achieve, and I know he's smiling down from heaven at me every time I get on stage!

  • Gerry_Brovloski
    -22 points Mar 17,2019, 10:48am

    Good to see him hanging out

  • Bestboii
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 12:11pm

    zelda is a boy and you play as him

  • norabthgineht
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:26am

    Facebook

  • cupnoodledoodle
    -33 points Mar 17,2019, 11:10am

    How can he kill himself and leave his daughter??

  • -runswithbeer-
    1 points Mar 17,2019, 11:38am

    A very sick man.

  • WarPeagle
    -40 points Mar 17,2019, 10:50am

    Did they ever come out and reveal that it was autoerotic asphyxiation?

● ● ●

#8 Elbow drop windshield wipers

Reddit Pics

COMMENTS

  • ILikeLenexa
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:03pm

    I am offended this isn't a gif.

  • shibbydooby
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:02pm

    Genius, Lloyd. Sheer genius.

  • HammerBros
    29 points Mar 13,2019, 10:56pm

    I need to see this in motion

  • ImBlessedAchoo
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:02pm

    Raining champion

  • deleted
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:13pm

    [deleted]

  • Lolheaddeadbre
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:40pm
  • Tuckernuts8
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:04pm

    Take my money!

  • Grngeaux
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:04pm

    That's beautiful

  • jafishak011
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:44pm

    How is this not a gif? 🤯

  • TooShiftyForYou
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:08pm
  • FFPhilly
    2 points Mar 13,2019, 10:24pm

    So far I’ve seen Jason with a machete, and a dog waging its tail. I like this one the best.

  • Pickled_Ramaker
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:07pm

    "When you are a man, sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room. Just for fun."

  • clericalbovineraptor
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:15pm

    RKO windshield wipers>Elbow drop windshield wipers

  • Calumetropolis
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:18pm

    In many places, this has replaced having the name "Martinez" in Old English lettering on the windshield.

  • mokeenels
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:29pm

    What comes after L? ... BOW!!!

  • KiKiPAWG
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:34pm

    How many elbow drops can this man take?!

  • ternminator
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:35pm

    I feel like an idiot waiting for 30 secs for it to move.

  • Jewels_Winnfield
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:41pm

    This is one of the greatest things I've ever seen

  • mrs_inferno
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:44pm

    Damnit, just take my upvote!

  • tjebbour
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:47pm

    Dude must hate the rain!

  • GorillyGrodd
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:47pm

    "You ain't goin nowhere!"

  • higgon
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:49pm

    Wubbadubbadubba’s that true?

  • Miteh
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:51pm

    I want it to be a gif so bad it’s giving me anxiety

  • POTUS-Trump
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:53pm

    This is going to become a thing and reddit will be the first ones to hate it.

  • katrover
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:53pm

    That is so cool. Who invented this?

  • Notyourcrash
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:55pm

    Thought these were the wrestlers from rhythm heaven

  • autorefine
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:56pm

    I was waiting for this to move! Make it moveeeee!

  • pantalones_discoteca
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:56pm

    WHERE CAN I BUY THESE

  • nonicinco
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:57pm

    All good until you get pulled over for obstruction of view and end up getting shot.

  • PhilosophicPessimism
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:57pm

    I'm thinking r/ATBGE .

  • SIrPsychoNotSexy
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:58pm

    NACHOOOO

  • allan_collins
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:58pm

    Love this. But I would probably get distracted by it and crash my car.

  • itsmeyourbrownfriend
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:59pm

    Reflection of the tree makes it look like the wrestler is laying on it.

  • Peelboy
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 10:18pm

    That is beautiful

  • 13Ergophobia
    -1 points Mar 13,2019, 10:52pm

    So, you drive backwards?

  • Death_to_Vermin
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:01pm

    That looks pretty gay, actually.

COMMENTS

  • ILikeLenexa
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:03pm

    I am offended this isn't a gif.

  • shibbydooby
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:02pm

    Genius, Lloyd. Sheer genius.

  • HammerBros
    29 points Mar 13,2019, 10:56pm

    I need to see this in motion

  • sn00pdogg
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:40pm
  • ImBlessedAchoo
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:02pm

    Raining champion

  • deleted
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:13pm

    [deleted]

  • Lolheaddeadbre
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:40pm
  • Tuckernuts8
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:04pm

    Take my money!

  • Grngeaux
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:04pm

    That's beautiful

  • jafishak011
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:44pm

    How is this not a gif? 🤯

  • TooShiftyForYou
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:08pm
  • FFPhilly
    2 points Mar 13,2019, 10:24pm

    So far I’ve seen Jason with a machete, and a dog waging its tail. I like this one the best.

  • Pickled_Ramaker
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:07pm

    "When you are a man, sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room. Just for fun."

  • clericalbovineraptor
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:15pm

    RKO windshield wipers>Elbow drop windshield wipers

  • Calumetropolis
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:18pm

    In many places, this has replaced having the name "Martinez" in Old English lettering on the windshield.

  • mokeenels
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:29pm

    What comes after L? ... BOW!!!

  • KiKiPAWG
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:34pm

    How many elbow drops can this man take?!

  • ternminator
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:35pm

    I feel like an idiot waiting for 30 secs for it to move.

  • Jewels_Winnfield
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:41pm

    This is one of the greatest things I've ever seen

  • mrs_inferno
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:44pm

    Damnit, just take my upvote!

  • tjebbour
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:47pm

    Dude must hate the rain!

  • GorillyGrodd
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:47pm

    "You ain't goin nowhere!"

  • higgon
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:49pm

    Wubbadubbadubba’s that true?

  • Miteh
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:51pm

    I want it to be a gif so bad it’s giving me anxiety

  • POTUS-Trump
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:53pm

    This is going to become a thing and reddit will be the first ones to hate it.

  • katrover
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:53pm

    That is so cool. Who invented this?

  • Notyourcrash
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:55pm

    Thought these were the wrestlers from rhythm heaven

  • autorefine
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:56pm

    I was waiting for this to move! Make it moveeeee!

  • pantalones_discoteca
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:56pm

    WHERE CAN I BUY THESE

  • nonicinco
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:57pm

    All good until you get pulled over for obstruction of view and end up getting shot.

  • PhilosophicPessimism
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:57pm

    I'm thinking r/ATBGE .

  • SIrPsychoNotSexy
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:58pm

    NACHOOOO

  • allan_collins
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:58pm

    Love this. But I would probably get distracted by it and crash my car.

  • itsmeyourbrownfriend
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:59pm

    Reflection of the tree makes it look like the wrestler is laying on it.

  • Peelboy
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 10:18pm

    That is beautiful

  • 13Ergophobia
    -1 points Mar 13,2019, 10:52pm

    So, you drive backwards?

  • Death_to_Vermin
    1 points Mar 13,2019, 11:01pm

    That looks pretty gay, actually.

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#9 Cutting Glass

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COMMENTS

  • R3ckl3ss
    1325 points Mar 11,2019, 10:21pm

    He should have safety glasses on tho

  • Wiggie49
    127 points Mar 11,2019, 10:10pm

    Looks like a job that needs good workplace coverage. pieces of shattered glass could just fly back at your eyes.

  • --schmat--
    380 points Mar 11,2019, 9:57pm

    If I did this job I would accidentally toss the finished glass onto the done pile.

  • thxxx1337
    143 points Mar 11,2019, 10:32pm

    The extra bits on the ground, that's what glass hot dogs are made from. Bet you'll never eat one of those again.

  • alexonweed
    97 points Mar 11,2019, 9:51pm

    AND he’s rocking VLONE this guys a legend

  • Fat_n_Ugly_Luvr
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 11:11pm

    What do they do with the leftovers?

  • vege12
    1 points Mar 12,2019, 12:00am

    No eye protection, his wrists are completely exposed, and by the look of the pointy off cuts I would be wearing genital and leg protection as well. At least he has closed in shoes.

  • B7777777B
    33 points Mar 11,2019, 10:34pm

    He’s been doing that for hours and hasn’t made a dent to the glass on the left....

  • Powellwx
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:49pm

    The Craigslist ad said "Circlejerk $12.50/hour", I thought what the hell.... and here I am, cutting glass.

  • HyperMolecular
    1 points Mar 11,2019, 10:50pm

    I wouldn't do that without arm sleeves.