This Is What Happens When You Throw a Penny At a Customer

I will throw this at you...
I will throw this at you…

Hello, gang. Over the summer, I did a live version of “The Bitchy Waiter Show” and it was great fun. One of favorite parts of the show was telling a story about the time three women left me a penny for a tip. Needless to say, I was not pleased about it, but I can admit now that the penny was all I deserved. You can watch the video below, but I also want to ask for your help.

“The Bitchy Waiter Show” has been placed on the preliminary ballot for a BroadwayWorld Cabaret Award for Best Show of 2014. It’s truly an honor, but I need your votes to get onto the official ballot. If you like what you see of the show, please click this link and vote for me. You don’t have to register or anything, just vote.

My category is #13. Of course the facilitators of this ballot ask that you vote for all the categories, but I leave that up to you. After all, it’s doubtful that many of you saw most of these shows, but I know that a lot of you came to see mine which makes me feel comfortable asking for your votes.

Again, click this link and go to category #13 and vote for “The Bitchy Waiter Show.”

Thank you so much.

I wait tables and bitch about it on my blog, The Bitchy Waiter.

13 thoughts on “This Is What Happens When You Throw a Penny At a Customer

  1. Or they tell you to send it to your country .. bitch was arguing that she didn’t get her penny change so when i gave it to her she said ” nevermind, send it to your country they need it more than me”

  2. Done! If anyone deserves it, you’re it!

    Completely unrelated, but I was reading a David Sedaris book and he makes me think of you, just a bit. I think you’d enjoy him if you haven’t read him already!

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