A South Carolina waitress was handed a shocking 'tip' in the form of a letter from a couple she served.
It reads: "Thank you for your excellent service today – you're a good waitress. Here's your tip: The woman's place is in the home. Your place is in the home. It even says so in the Bible. You may think that you're contributing to your household by coming into work, but you're not."
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The note continues to chastise the waitress for working rather than cleaning and cooking for her family at home before ending with the phrase, "help make America great again."
She said: "I felt mortified, embarrassed, humiliated even. It is a bit disheartening and discouraging that things like this happen at this day and age."
The act of giving those in the service industry unwarranted advice rather than money is nothing new, unfortunately. One server at Austin's Grill was told in the tip section, "I make more than you do. My time is worth more than yours."
The moral of the story: If you don't have anything nice to say, just keep eating your food.