Giggles wrote:Yeah those full service gas station attendants really rake it in.
When I was 15 and working at a gas station, old people would always tip. People under 45 never would. Supposedly tipping at a gas station was commonplace back in the day. I guess now people just expect you to check their oil and power steering fluid and squeege their windshields when they buy $5 of gas and there's a line of cars backed up the street honking at you.
That list is bogus.
SS wrote:any event that makes PhillyBC look like a genius is nothing short of catastrophic and embarrassing.
Giggles wrote:My mom had never pumped her own gas until she was ~50 and couldn't find a full serve one time. And then she had to ask for help.
Welcome to dining in a lousy economy. The recession has famously driven diners from restaurants and forced those who still do go out to share entrees and skip dessert.
Stephen Glansburg wrote:Giggles wrote:My mom had never pumped her own gas until she was ~50 and couldn't find a full serve one time. And then she had to ask for help.
I don't know how to pump gas
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