Desperate times

Is it normal to feel sorry for your pizza delivery guy? Last night we decided to get pizza delivered and when the guy got here I let him have the 5 cents in change… yes CENTS! And he was super happy! He didn’t seem to believe that I’d part with my 5 cents to give to him.
He was probably old enough to be my Dad… I felt so sorry for him being excited that someone actually gave him something extra when we’d just spent $25 just on dinner ๐Ÿ™

I guess it puts the world into perspective… I wonder if I should put a compliment in for him?


  1. tristian says:

    not replacing wordpress. i haven't used that in forever. codexed is a journal, more like livejournal. it's where i started off journalling online inf act (when it was still diaryx!) and i feel comfortable there. the only BLOG blog that i use is my tumblr, which i lurve and haunt

  2. Sarah says:

    Maybe you should put in a compliment for him, but you probably made his day. It's so nice to know there are people out there who are grateful for everything you do for them.

  3. Deanna says:

    I know when I worked at the movie theater I almost never got tips. I would like it when people gave me their change. It all adds up after a while. My favorite days were when someone would actually tip me as opposed to just giving me their change. It was usually only a quarter, but sometimes I would get a dollar or two. Those would be the days I considered good.

  4. Jane says:

    I feel sorry for people working in shitty jobs over a certain age. It makes you think "did they dream of that as they went through school?"

  5. Amber says:

    It's a bit sad, yes, but you made his day brighter. I wish there weren't certain wage amounts for certain jobs so people wouldn't have to make the remainder up in tips. I don't think it's fair. It's good to know he was grateful.

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