101 dating tip
Now, I know a lot of people today talk about it like it’s something you must always do, however, that’s just not the case.
If you receive poor service, a lack of kindness and consideration, or really lacking attention to fine detail, you have every right not to tip.
Don’t let your date start to wonder if she’s been stood up or get the impression that you don’t value her time or the date itself. Okay, so this “rule” is an almost-impossible one to follow in the era of Facebook, but do your best. Make sure you pause from sharing stories about your life to ask your date questions about himself. (If all goes well, you’ll have more opportunities to share on future dates.) Do: Know what you’re looking for. It’s just a date, simply an opportunity to get to know someone better. (Besides, your date is likely just as nervous as you are.
Don’t assume that the night will end with a kiss, that the date will definitely lead to a second, or that she won’t like you because you look nothing like her ex.
Don’t whine ad nauseam about the traffic, your boss or the slow dinner service.
However, you should know that most tattoo artists won’t be expecting a tip each and every time from their clients.
Just remember to tip what you can, when appropriate.