A few I'd excuse because every race has bad people but Indians seem to hate opening their wallets. I had one guy straight up come back and scribble off his $2.13 tip for no reason.
Additionally they'll always ask to be seated away from everyone, and stay an hour passed finished eating. I once had a group sit in the back of the restaurant, farthest from kitchen and door and dishroom, at 10:00pm then stay until we closed at midnight.
The women are ok, but sometimes they'll try to flirt to get a discount. Personally don't feel comfortable with that but that happens rarely.
I absolutely hate those people now, I can't stand them. Am I overreacting? Does anyone else feel this way?
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You might start to hate some Japanese people as well, as we have no tipping culture. :-( Here it would generally be considered rude to try to tip someone at a restaurant, and they'd likely refuse it and find it a major nuisance that you are trying to tip them.
So a Japanese tourist might come to the US oblivious about the tipping custom and not tip at all and think little of it, or tip way less when they shouldn't even be tipping according to the customs of their own country. I spent enough time in the US to figure out to tip, and generously. But there was a time I found tipping very confusing when I went to the US.
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