Fucking Tip Me!

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1
I've not used a delivery service other than ordering a pizza once or twice a year, but I tip. People are assholes. They're probably the same pieces of shit who leave their dog's shit on the ground.
2
When tips become an unspoken obligation, they are not tips....they are a tax. And if you would not have done that job for the salary as offered, but simply expected that it would be subsidized significantly by customers obsessed with social justice, then you simply miscalculated.

Be an adult, quit the job, and learn from your mistake.
Someone else will do the job as it is....or not.
3
Yeah, @2, NO. If you are too lazy to leave your house and obtain food on your own and expect people to bring it to you and someone has a job bringing it to you, you tip them. In a restaurant a tip is for the quality of the service you received. Sitting on your ass at home waiting by the door for someone to bring you food, a tip is mandatory because they are doing work you refuse to do for yourself out of pure laziness, selfishness, and because you have the financial means to pay other people to do it for you. In that situation, you are tipping for the work done by another human being SOLELY because you didn't want to do it yourself. And I'm physically disabled. It is easier to have someone deliver food to me and yet I still tip. It's called human decency. Everybody in this society wants so much and yet doesn't want to pay for it. Why is that? I am so sick of all of the assholes in this world.
4
People suck, but also - welcome to the gig economy! Below minimum wage in a state where that's illegal, living off tips.

If you want real job wages, you have to put up with real job bullshit.
5
Be thankful you haven't been robbed yet. Here's a tip: Quit whining, quit, and get a better job. You accepted a low paying service industry, tip dependent job knowing full well that everybody is becoming more and more of a cheapskate. You couldn't probably make more money holding a sign up at a busy intersection.
6
You know this is bullshit, right? Every food delivery app I’ve ever used has a tip generator during the checkout process.

If you aren’t getting tips, better talk to the asshat in the back office that’s not disbursing them out to you.
8
This seems like a good opportunity to ask a question I've been curious about.

Do the delivery drivers know that I'm tipping when I place the order? Or at least on the way to my apartment?
9
@ Handsome McHaberdasher. Typically those tips are reserved for the restaurant / cooks. Delivery drivers don't usually get those tips. I have a few friends who deliver, so I'll take their word for it.