Here are some of the stories we’ve heard from the people who have been Tipped Over by your generosity.




It’s great to see so many giving back. I work in a job where we are not allowed to take tips. I intereact with customers on a daily basis. I am a clerk at a local gas station. If you want to brighten someones day and can not give a tip, just remember a thank you or a pleasent hello would be great. Thank you so much.



I took a delivery to a regular today, and she left me a very very generous tip! I was shocked. She also wrote down the link to this website and informed me that I was tipped over! Needless to say it was a great way to flip the script on a rainy Monday.



The couple that over tipped me were so sweet to me! And she was ready to order before her husband even came to the restaurant, but the food came up when he got there. They were so sweet to me! And I enjoyed sereving them and to be over tipped was the icing on the cake!



Today at work I was what servers refer to as “double say”, meaning I sat two tables at the same time. Normally, this isn’t anything I couldn’t handle, but these tables were both ten tops, so I was a bit stressed trying to figure out how to provide great service to my new ten tops and my other tables I already Had. The table that “tipped me over” were the sweetest people I had the pleasure of serving all day. Today was a tough day to start, because my Army husband had left early this morning for a move to Alabama, and I had to stay here in Illinois to finish school. I can be certain that God brought these amazing customers to my table to remind me that everything is going to be alright. If the customers ever get the chance to read this, thank you for making my day, and for reminding me to turn to God during these hard times. It is not the money that mattered to me, but the small reminder that there are good, godly people in the world. May God bless you all and your family. Thank you again!!!!



I am a hairstylist, and we make a baseline wage where i work so tips are very much an essential part of our income. There have been many times I’ve “Been Tipped Over,” but one instance stands out to me and brought me to tears. Last Christmas, a kind man paid with a $100 bill and left saying, “Keep the change merry christmas.”

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