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madslene
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NDECD1441
Con (against)

Should you tip servers that provide good service?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 7/20/2018 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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madslene

Pro

Most servers hourly wage is so slow it equates a next to $0 paycheck. Therefore, customers who are satisfied with their service should tip appropriately.
NDECD1441

Con

Hello, I am happy to accept the motion that we should tip waiters who provide good service, and as side con, I absolutely detest this course of action, due to the fact that it is none of our business as cruel as it sounds, and that it is unnecessary, as I will prove as we go through this debate. I'll use this round to establish my case setup,you I will then use the following rounds to launch my arguments, as well as establishing a comparative between both our sides to prove how even my worst case scenario is better than my opponent's best case scenario. With that being said, lets begin with what this debate is REALLY about, my stance on this issue, and finally, my problem statement.

Let's begin with what this debate really is about, as some waiters are indeed generally getting a low pay, some higher than the others, some worse. This debate will be focused on the B40 of these waiters, who get insufficient pay, so as to level the perimeters of this debate. However, even with this context, I'll still prove how tipping will only make it worse.

My stance taken eventually takes place to show how no matter how much action taken, you make a limited impact, yet you do lose a lot of money; and thats the whole problem, as we try to make a difference, we eventually lose the wanted result and spend most of our work for nothing, or perhaps, making it worse.

This eventually spreads on to the harms which will be labeled as my arguments as will be said throughout the debate. Good luck to my opponent and lets enjoy this discourse.
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Posted by NDECD1441 3 years ago
NDECD1441
Pretty much done. Its your turn!
Posted by Masterful 3 years ago
Masterful
No. it's the job of the employer to pay the wage of the server, not the customer. Haha sheeple
Posted by anti_ethnocentric 3 years ago
anti_ethnocentric
Of course one should . I do have a reserved opinion on the stipulated % amount in some instances .
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