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So, I've had my fair share of big bills, but man do I feel sorry for this guy. Sure, you get to play on the Football Team, but for a bill that big... It might as well not be worth it, lol.

I think the most expensive bill I've ever had was maybe $70 just for me and my girlfriend on Prom. Boy does he have me trumped
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But then who was paid bill?


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Only 14 grand?

Foolish peasants. I can't imagine spending that little on a meal.




Let me guess, that's just your snack, right?
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Yeah I saw this yesterday. I guess when you get a $13,000,000 contract you can afford a $14,000 dinner bill.


The most I ever paid was $100 or so.
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Question: what is the difference between Gratuity and Service Charge? i thought they both meant tip, yet both are on the bill. i think they make up like a third of the cost as well.
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Yeah I saw this yesterday. I guess when you get a $13,000,000 contract you can afford a $14,000 dinner bill.


The most I ever paid was $100 or so.


Yeah, but would you WANT to spend that much? lol
#10
$100?

Jesus man, what is wrong with the chef specials?


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Question: what is the difference between Gratuity and Service Charge? i thought they both meant tip, yet both are on the bill. i think they make up like a third of the cost as well.



It was probably a charge that they add to special groups. Like if you have a party or something like that.
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It was probably a charge that they add to special groups. Like if you have a party or something like that.


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It was probably a charge that they add to special groups. Like if you have a party or something like that.

I'd agree, with a clause. The gratuity is for large parties, the service charge I'd assume is because of the hell they put the kitchen through ordering amounts of food worth over $10 000.

...it sounds like a crime or something. Ridiculous.
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Its not hard to run up a big bill, just order good wine.

I've spent a few hundred dollars on a meal for two back when I had a job before uni. And a good night out drinking will easily cost you that much anyway.
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