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When delivering pizza do not get your small Honda civic stuck in the customer's yard. Especially when that customer lives in a mobile home park. You might end up looking like a fool doing crazy driving maneuvers to get your car out of said mud like I did tonight. You also might tear up some grass that some people might be upset about. It looked like nice solid grass when I pulled in. I promise.
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I wish i could upvote this all night, this made me laugh so hard. At least you decided to share it with your Vawls family
So I guess you made it out. Also how did the civic get stuck? Did they tip you?
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I had to share. Seemed like a requirement with this story.
Ol dad- not a neighborhood known for tipping unfortunately.
So did it feel good just a little to mess up their yard since they didn't tip? I know I would've been smiling as I left.
If you can't tip the pizza guy you shouldn't be buying pizza for delivery.
I once had a driver decline the tip. Something about him already being paid. A little confusing. I tip my drivers very well. I want them to remember me and my house and be excited when I order pizza.
Maybe you can explain to me WTF a mandatory "delivery fee" is? Is it the tip included? Or do you pay that and a tip? Always confuses me.
I do make some mileage money but being a rural store like ours we go anywhere in a 10 mile radius. That is a long way.
Not fro m that area but I always tip the pizza delivery person 25% if it's 20 dollars I throw them a 5 and if it's forty throw them a 10 I used to serve in my younger days so I know tips matter to you as a person to survive. I annually had my childrens' birthday parties at the neighborhood Pizza Hut. I always left the server 25 to 30 bucks for their help. Usually a small party 10 to 15 people grown ups included, so there wasn't much of a mess since I am a clean freak I usually cleaned up a lot of the mess as we went along so they enjoyed a nice tip for not much work. The parties were 11 days apart in February so the same server made sure she was working on those days for 14 years this happened. Now my daughter will be 17 and she says she is to old for a party and my son will be 15 same scenario to old he says but it was fun while it lasted.
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Great story Alex thanks for sharing.
Feel free to share more of the as the pizza delivery world turns. The fact is, you just can't make that stuff up.
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I will do so. The things I see in this small town. People have not seen in science fiction flicks. That is how odd it gets around here sometimes, but I love the back roads and scenery. You just end up with back road kind of people people sometimes ha ha.
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