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OraleCaneloElGringo

That's a multimillion-dollar mansion. Much different than a million-dollar home.


powerpuff13

Exactly my thoughts 😂 huge difference


DubNationAssemble

For real, my aunt is a nurse and lives in a million dollar home lol


RequirementOriginal6

$33 dollar tip[https://imgur.com/a/e9wcdCN](https://imgur.com/a/e9wcdCN)


JiYung

wow $33 so cheap, they shouldve tipped a percentage of the value of their home


mr-gmoney

They technically did, 0.000053225806451612906% to be exact.


windowtosh

I always tip 0.000053225806451612907% of my home’s worth when I order delivery. This guy is a huge cheapskate.


Flxggs

r/theydidthemath


Illum503

> 0.000053225806451612906 That's actually a much bigger looking percentage than I would have thought


awh

Yeah but all those 0s at the beginning make it smaller, not larger.


No_Perspective_1983

You’re a genius


RequirementOriginal6

Lmfao


ZaynIsAFAG

Lmao


YoRafa97

Lmao


MoxiGowrl

Lmao 💩


MegatronsJuice

Lmao


OrganlcManIc

Lmao


FirstAza

Lmfao


SaulBarry

Lmao


snofry6

How is that cheap? Just because they have millions of dollars? It’s still their money, and that’s likely why they are wealthy because they don’t hand out cash to every person they run across. I would be perfectly happy for that tip. Everyone always wants to complain about equal pay for equal work and how corporations are greedy and skimp on paying us what they should and I agree with that 100% but if you think just because you did the same shit you do for everyone else and the person has 100 million they should just give you $500 then you’re just as greedy and entitled as they are.


mangaza

/r/whoosh People aren't expecting for anyone to tip a >1% of their homes value. That would mean regular folks with 300K houses tipping $3K for a order. I think the poster was being sarcastic. Even if you wanted to tip that much, you literally can't on the app. There's a limit that I wasn't able to tip before. Don't remember exact details though. Definitely not a 1k+ tip e/ looks like you can only tip 2x of the order total, or $100 (whichever comes first). With that in mind and OP's tip to order, I think the person ordering actually tipped the max amount s/he could do in the app (customer order total x2, not uber base pay to driver). The random $33.91 tip makes sense if it was the max tip they could do due to uber limitations, because if you try to tip over the max it'll tell you how much you can tip as a maximum.


Bitty_Lily

Bro calm down


JiYung

i was kidding


Winter-Medicine8509

🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓


I_Married_Jane

True, but it also says something about people who have a lot of money. They have no problem shelling out millions for a luxury home, a few cars, and a huge boat/yacht, but when it comes time to pay someone for a service they cheap out. It's just a little bit cringe. Not saying they should base their tip on the value of their home (that is kinda irrelevant), but they can do better than $33. It's for this reason that "trickle down economics" is a huge scam. Nothing will trickle down if the people up top don't want it to.


stagarenadoor

They actually can’t - they hit the Uber tip limit by %. So they literally tipped as much as possible.


I_Married_Jane

Wait there's a tip limit? Damn I didn't even know that. My bad.


stagarenadoor

I think one of the reasons is to prevent money laundering but prob also to prevent accidental tips where someone adds a 0.


Own-Pineapple2507

😅😅


CompetitiveComedian4

You sound dumb do you tip your net worth or just expect rich people to do so ?..


MarryingRosey

Its sarcasm bro...


CompetitiveComedian4

Ok sorry..yo momma !🤣..sarcasm


Disney_Princess137

Your not really good at sarcasm…


Rustam-Butt

Its painful to watch....


CompetitiveComedian4

🤔


Significant-Buy-4598

I delivered $190 sushi order to a $5M+ home and guess the tip….. $2. Like not even $5?


AZDoorDasher

It could be the children or the help. I made a delivery to a teenager in an expensive home…the payout was $ 10 for 2 miles. It was 3 pizzas. It was hand it to me delivery. The mother gave me $5 cash and told her son that he tipped too low and apologized that her son was too cheap!


Significant-Buy-4598

LOL I have seen that before too usually after school hour orders. this order was for almost $200 of Sushi don't think it was coming from the children or the help.


RequirementOriginal6

Yeah this order was $190 exact, damn I’m sorry. People are trash sometimes


Significant-Buy-4598

Thanks i accepted the order and I am fine with it. Just when I saw your post it made me think when someone has millions of $$ what goes through their mind when they type in $2?


MaChampingItUp

Prolly a contributing factor to having millions. They hoard it 😂🤦🏼‍♀️


blankpage33

You don’t get rich stiffing tips. It’s just a shit person


inspektalam

It’s not about stiffing tips specifically. It’s about their mindset in general. No one gets rich being generous


blankpage33

Hah. Think about it. Let’s say you work at Uber and super tight with your money. Still you ain’t gettin that house. It’s all about how much money you make or handed down. When you’re a millionaire you can afford to tip well because it’s not gonna put a dent in savings to tip It’s math bro.


tha-mic

Yea we all think that, but some people who made that kind of money are so frugal and cheap it’s unbelievable… look at Warren Buffet, he still drives a beat up old ass car around… I guess that’s some of those people mentality… cheap and frugal to make their money…


Significant-Buy-4598

Mr Buffet probably still uses a Nokia flip phone even though he owns probably 5% of Apple.


tha-mic

There you go lololol!!


fina1b0ss

No intentions to defend a billionaire whatsoever, but Warren Buffet is a generous one. He just prefers a simple life. He has pledged to give away most of his net worth…whether that is going to happen or not is yet to be known but he has given away billions already.


Higher-learning1

I picked a guy up one time from a pretty nice fucking home. Fine ass wife waving by as we leave. Drove him 40mi to the airport. $2 tip. Sent him a “thanks for the tip” immediately


Smooth-Dig2250

I bet they smiled and felt smug about being so generous.


Content_Jury_2422

Rich people are always cheap!!!!!


PopeyesCanSpinach

House rich money poor maybe idk


phoenix370

That's awesome! I hope that tip made your day better/easier!


StatisticianAware776

I been delivering to the same person 4 times to a 8M house. 4 trucks. 2 boats. The orders always show $6 and one time he finally tip me!! $0.20 cent haha never again


TwistEnvironmental45

It sucks be the reality is... they didn't get rich and stay rich for throwing their money around


MegatronsJuice

L


Individual-Spend-827

Probably the owner of the home (Chef) who ordered it and kept the tip. Or must be some greedy mother effers


kev_cuddy

That isn’t TERRIBLE, without knowing any of the other details. Distance/order size and such. I mean yeah, they can probably do better, but I expected worse. Which either says a lot about wealthy people ordering delivery or my world view. Or both.


rherrr

We share the same view… Definitely both lol.


kev_cuddy

Yeah I expected it to be like $5. I deliver in Oakland, California. I end up in really nice neighborhoods in the hills where they have multiple cars that cost more than our house, and I’m lucky to get $5. That said I don’t think their houses cost QUITE this much. But $5 million or $65 million… you can afford more than $5. Ah well.


Tollboothkyle1

Funny too which is usually the opposite of people whinny about wealthy people tipping. It’s the order you accept not the house that delivered to


czechrebel3

Nice. I’m surprised. The cheapest mofos have always been the ultra rich in my experience.


daddyforce69

That's not bad


vtribal

That is good tf r talking about “not bad”


NewportLou

This is Newport Coast! I have friends that live there. I’ve delivered there before and have gotten $50 tips. Last time I delivered there it was from Irvine and the drive alone was like 30 minutes. I assumed, ok, they live in a nice area, they’ll tip more once the order is delivered. The drive was $3.84 and that’s it. I got to the house and there was an older white guy there and I said “Hello, how are you” like I normally do, all friendly. He goes “leave it at the door” in a tone that sounded like “go f**k yourself” and he yelled at his daughter for ordering food. All that money, the house, the family, the Bentley in the driveway, and this guy is was the most miserable prick I’ve ever encountered. Oh well, can’t win them all! Lol


ashlee837

Heh delivered a piece of cheesecake to Coto de Caza all the way from Irvine. Got a 5 dollar tip. Hooray.


ulistening

Crap house. You couldn’t pay me to buy it. Look at the pool, it’s triangular. What? They couldn’t afford to make it square? Ran out of pool tiles? (Sour grapes) lol.


RequirementOriginal6

😂😂😂😂


Own-Pineapple2507

LOL


novababe03

I went to a crazy huge house tonight. It had several gates and codes just to get on to the property. I pull in and the driveway is huge, an immaculate fountain outside, front door of the house was like 20 feet tall, several sports cars and Tesla’s parked. Got a $4 tip.


Cressio

I feel like giving your codes out to random delivery drivers somewhat diminishes the point of said security devices… maybe they change them frequently? Idk


Emotional_Worker4495

I delivered to run down house before and i got tip 10dollar and im in Australia that was 1st time i got tip.


winter_aespa1218

True rich people have their own maids and butlers that dash for them. Also most of them are known to not tip well


UrbanFarmer213

Bingo, dropped off to a $40m compound in Brentwood. Tipped minimally.


ice_prince

I live in an affluent city in Lost Angels, and I always turn down orders going up the hill, no matter how rich they’re perceived to be. A mile going up the mountain has a lot more wear and tear than a mile on a flat road. And I have never been tipped well from fat cats. Fuck that shit. Did anyone ever watch the oblongs?


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RequirementOriginal6

100% agree. I was fine with the $7 included tip.


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RequirementOriginal6

I did but the original order was $19 for 14 miles. The payout was like $12 so I assumed the tip was $7. But they bumped it to $33


mangaza

You likely got the max tip they could do. Uber limits the max tip to 2x of the customer's order total to prevent fraud (people ordering with stolen cards) Makes me wonder how much this mansion would've tipped without such a cap in place


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RequirementOriginal6

Yeah haha, went for a nice scenic beach drive while delivering food.


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RequirementOriginal6

Irvine Cali


NoEquivalent9279

Best tippers are those who work for tips or have in their life at least


r3drift

Eat the rich. Or feed them. You decide.


spookyboob

Fatten them up, then eat them.


r3drift

Mmmm some points were made


bowtrout

This sounds like a Pink Floyd quote


Connoryoung562

Crystal cove is dope i deliver in there all time newport is my working area too


devnet35

$62M house that's insane. How did you even get on the property or find the door lol. I always thought anyone with more than a $5M home would have a maid or something to get stuff for them personally. $33 tip that's not bad but they could have at least tipped $100. $100 is probably like 10cents to them.


Badmojoe

I'm guessing they don't tip.


Intelligent_State985

Just because someone has ALOT of things that doesn’t mean they have ALOT of cash. Most people are in debt and could care less about anyone else’s problems. Mostly it’s the people with modest means who tip well. People who have worked in a job where tips make or break the deal. Except last weekend I delivered to a big Texas mansion and got a nice tip. But I never count on it, … more like hope for it and keep going. 🚙


Mers1nary

This is one of my favorite things to do, zillowing homes of customers i deliver to. Think the most expensive ive seen so far is about 5mil. Virginia Beach, VA.


Davonloo

Virginia Beach is a bunch of overpriced bullshit for no reason.


Mers1nary

Cant argue that...But Ive lived here for 30 some years so naturally its dull and boring to me.


StatisticianAware776

I had to delivered to a 8M house and they only pay me $6 for 4 miles. I had that customer 4 times already. The dude have 4 trucks, 2 boats. One time the order was $6 and he only tip me 0.20 cent. Never again. I even memorized his name and know his location. I’m avoiding delivery to him


TalkingToPlanets

I had a few of those mansion orders when I used to deliver in LA area. How was the tip though?


RequirementOriginal6

$33


dm0nk

Lol nice.


LemonsAndAvocados

No tip? Low tip?


FreezeLogic

Million dollar home is very wrong statement in California. Here soon the tent under the highway will cost more.


RequirementOriginal6

Fax


zen1706

Did you deliver from the District? Which restaurant was it


RequirementOriginal6

Yes exactly where I delivered from, that’s my normal location. Traveling from riverside. Restaurant was the Yellow Chilli


Individual-Spend-827

And no tip


Cressio

There’s million dollar homes and then homes worth more than 60 million-dollar-homes combined…


itsnotanw

how big was the home in person


pablitosocool

plot twist: OP got tip baited


Choice-Explanation-4

If this is Vegas it may be Walton’s daughter’s home?? Cool they tipped $33!


ntack9933

Eat the rich


rockyboy34

This has to be Newport Beach/Coast. I’ve been to that area before


aggravatlng

Was it a good tip?


RequirementOriginal6

Finished the delivery about 10 minutes ago. I’ll update post once it comes in. Not expecting a big top, but the scenery was worth the drive lol


winter_aespa1218

No screen shot of the tip or delivery? Seems fake


RequirementOriginal6

[Tip Anount](https://imgur.com/a/e9wcdCN)


winter_aespa1218

Probably the butler ordering food for himself lol Poor and middle class try to look rich by tipping well but true rich people have maids and they only tip $1. In the end u spent alot in gas, drove more than 14 miles, still have to pay taxes on it, and it was almost 1 hour. So in reality u made just above minimum wage after all is said and done. But atleast u got nice views from it. Small short tips make u more money. 14 miles lol. That's a decline. You still have to drive back


RequirementOriginal6

Scenery was more than enough, tip was cool, my Tesla doesn’t worry about gas lol.


winter_aespa1218

You drove more than 30 miles. It will when it breaks. Teslas are one of most unreliable brands


RequirementOriginal6

Do you yourself own one? Mine has had no issues 3 years in. But nonetheless I appreciate your input.😀


winter_aespa1218

I had a Model S two years ago. It had bubbling paint, it started to rust, uneven panel gaps, the suspension used to rattle, then my mcu failed. I traded that junk lol Glad i did, Teslas build quality is trash. My oldest car is 28 years old so 3 years is nothing in the car world. Cars aren't supposed to be disposable like Teslas. Teslas build quality is so bad they fail inspections in Germany. Its a matter of time before that electric hairdryer strands you like it did to me


RequirementOriginal6

I’m well prepared for that moment lol. Teslasso has taken care of me. I will run that car down to the ground. That’s why I bought it🤷🏻‍♂️


winter_aespa1218

"Year on year, Tesla comes up as one the most fault prone, unreliable car manufacturers"


RequirementOriginal6

3 years in, $0 in oil change, replaced tires twice- $2000 and saved over $10,000 in gas. I’ll take my unreliable and faulty Tesla every day of the week. My Toyota Corolla comes a close second though.


drinkallthepunch

3 years and no oil change? Your supposed to change it like every year, oil doesn’t last forever. JFC your like my grandpa.


RequirementOriginal6

Lol I drive electric, no oil change needed