Soldier Says His Tip Is The Freedoms He Provided While Serving

This tip receipt left by a soldier was posted on Facebook yesterday by a Military Apparel Company, Ranger Up Military and MMA Apparel, stating “Don’t Be That Guy”…


Overzealous 49ers Fan Gets Bartender Fired For Rooting For The Seahawks

Allen: I had my dinner planned for tomorrow to return to the Applebee’s where the bangwagon SeaCHEAT fan was trying to talk the crap to me after we lost the NFC Championship. Had to look for the receipt so I would know whom I was looking for. Called up there and thanks to my work he was fired after that incident. Oh well I guess I’ll eat @ home tomorrow although my only intent to return to that applebee’s was to pick on him but I got the better laugh getting him fired and he now works in a gas station! #lmfao


receipt left by overzealous Seahawks fan

Tip Line Reads: Next Time Don’ Bet Against The San Francisco 49ers!!!


Pittsburgh Steelers Celebrate Win By Leaving Underwhelming Tip For Server

According to a local source, Two Pittsburgh Steelers, Markus Wheaton and Lance Moore, celebrated their win in their hometown by dining at the restaurant Fat Heads on the Southside of Pittsburgh yesterday. After the two NFL players enjoyed themselves, ordering plenty of food and top shelf liquor, they left a close to nothing tip for their hard working server. The receipts reveal that Moore left $40 on his $311.43 bill, while Wheaton left $0 on $311.00.

The server’s coworker contacted our website and sent us the photo of the receipts, stating the server gave excellent service to the two wide receivers. After we did a little digging on Google, the player’s signatures seem to add up to the receipts.


Chad Johnson Leaves Huge Tip And Saves A Woman’s Life

Former Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson left a waitress a very generous tip over the weekend. When it came time to pay he left a $300.92 tip on his $351.92 bill. He then included a message for his server saying “Sundays are slow, this should help” under the tip line as well as an “I LOVE YOU” at the bottom of the receipt.

He later tweeted a photo of the receipt on his Twitter account (ochocinco) stating “The tip is in the message not the money …”

Many of Johnson’s Twitter followers responded to his tweet with negativity…

While others responded with praise…

The tip apparently even prevented one women from committing suicide…

Whether it was an act of kindness or a publicity stunt, it touched at least two people’s lives.

Come to my restaurant any time Mr. Johnson! 😉

I Said “NO” Cavs…

By Kallie

Last night, we were unusually busy at work. I had a couple come in and sit in one of my booths right under one of the televisions. After getting their drinks they ordered their entrees. The woman asked if I could “hook her up” with extra extra extra onion on her steak for no charge. (I thought “No, I have to charge you for the things you eat… It’s my job”). This caused an argument between the two because he apparently doesn’t like when she has onion breath. Her boyfriend turned to me and asked if I would change the channel on the TV to the Cavs game. He then looked back at his girlfriend and said that if she got extra onion, he could watch the Cavs. She looked at me and said that he didn’t need it, but he asked me again to do it, very politely. So I changed it. Please keep in mind there were at least 8 other TVs in the restaurant playing the Cavs game that, if he had turned his head, he could have watched if I had not changed the channel. I never heard anything from them about the Cavs game for the rest of the night.

Their drinks were kept full, their meal came out hot and they told me their food was excellent. When they finished eating I gave them their check. She paid. After she signed they left very quickly. By the time I saw that the Cavs game that he” didn’t need” had taken all of my tip, the couple was gone. I just wanted to share this. I know it wouldn’t have been a huge tip or anything, but this just really got to me.