What is the general rule you use when tipping at a restaurant? 15%...20%? Maybe if the service is exceptional you might go up to 25-30%? How about 100%?
#TiptheBill is a new extreme tipping challenge that is going viral. It is exactly what it sounds like, the tip is equal to the total of the bill. So if your lunch cost $15, you tip $15; if your dinner is $80, you tip $80.
Many are jumping on the trend as an act of kindness, but others are up in arms over the idea.
How do you feel about it? Would tip the bill?