Jason Williams gets medieval on our cans and brings us a new Barwench Tales – totally hand-drawn on paper with pen this time around!
Repeat customers she does not have…
Of course, if one wants tips, one should treat the customers like customers, so it’s a bit hard to identify with Sarah. It’s rare that I don’t tip, but I would not tip someone like her…
I always tip my waitresses well, even moreso if they can cause long lasting physical damage.
Poor bastard. He should have known, if you have to ask, the answer is probably no!
I wonder what Sarah would consider to be a good tip? A gold bar?
(One bar of latinum… two bars of latinum…)
Dear Sarah: I l♥ve you. But. The key to success here is to give gentle hints, assuming no other ill-behavior on the customer’s part. ← (Oh, look! There’s a good tip!)
For instance, you could nail a large wooden shield prominently in the center of the tavern that reads “Minimum 15%. Or else.” Everyone gets to start on the same page then.
Yer communikashun skillz: you mad no haz. Perhaps an on-line etiquette course? I suppose in the Billverse that would be by carrier pigeon. Or perhaps carrier Faerie? I wouldn’t trust Smurf runners …
I like the idea of a shield bearing the bad news, but then the humor would be different…
mayhaps a spike in the middle of the tavern floor, with the head of one who failed to tip.
Are all those gold coins the price of the meal plus tip, or just the tip?
What looks like several ounces of gold in his hand should be enough to buy the tavern.
Maybe they’re just shiny brass coins…..
Anyway, she handled him quite gently, I mean no apparent compound fractures or massive bleeding…..
My opinion – his tip was extraordinary big.
Sarah threw him gently on the cushioned street with a luxurious amount of space for himself.
She even gave him little bruises so that when he looks at them, he will suddenly get the urge to drink another ale in that tavern which is home of an exceptional nice staff.
Normal tip should be some broken bones at least.
No tip…do I have to draw the picture?
Funny that tipping was mentioned. This entrepreneur actually believes in paying people for their work:
That idea that work should be paid for, has almost gotten lost since 1990 or so.
That’s because, some years ago, the IRS decided that people working in “traditionally tipped services” get a separate (read: lower) minimum wage. Also, they’re taxed (as income) on either 15% of their gross sales for the month or whatever they actually get – whichever is MORE.
Tell me there’s not a problem there…
And Sarah doesn’t actually look angry there, just kind of disinterested. Had it been a bad tip, she probably would have used a weapon, or two on him.
And likely it would still be embedded in his hapless carcass.
Nah, Sarah is totally into recycling, no weapon is left behind.
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