e’ve all seen the tip jars. They’re placed front and center on the counters of establishments where people want a little something extra for their efforts.
Sometimes you throw in your extra change after you pay, but sometimes something encourages you to leave a little bit more than you originally planned — like a creatively designed jar that goes above and beyond.
Business in the front. Party in the back.
Some people might find this to be more of an incentive than the sign’s creator realizes. I guess it just depends on how you feel about mullets. It’s clear from the sign how the artist feels. NOT A FAN!
Take my money now.
That sounds like quite the endeavor. Maybe a nice charity would drive more people to tip? Of course, that would lead to some confusion when you pocket all the charity proceeds, now wouldn’t it? Ferrets it is!
Can you break a $20?
Using vanity to drive charity: priceless. It could double as praise if this tip jar exists at a spa or something of that ilk. Anyone have change for a hundred?
You won't hear a peep from me.
The medium IS this message in this case. Criticism is a lot easier to take when it comes with cash. The bigger gripes, naturally, require far bigger bills to soften the blow. It’s simple economics, people.
You wanna pizza me?
This is just a pun, plain and simple. It’s not the best pun, but it’s the one the pizza place has at its disposal. Let’s not harp on it too much, shall we? Let them have their fun. They “knead” it.