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Ever found yourself in a gelato shop, torn between flavors like a kid in a candy store?
We’ve all been there, contemplating life’s important decisions—like whether to go for hazelnut or pistachio.Booking.com
But here’s a dilemma even trickier than choosing between gelato gems: to tip or not to tip the gelato shop servers?
Now, I’m not suggesting you throw your spare change at them like confetti at a parade, but a little gratuity can go a long way.
Think of it as the cherry on top of your gelato experience, and who wouldn’t want an extra cherry?
These gelato artisans aren’t just scooping; they’re crafting frozen masterpieces, twirling that scoop like a gelato ninja.
It’s an art form, really. They navigate through a rainbow of flavors with the precision of an ice cream samurai.
Tipping isn’t just about being nice (though that’s a pretty good reason on its own); it’s about recognizing the skill involved.
They’re not just serving gelato; they’re creating moments of pure bliss in a cup or cone.
Plus, let’s face it, a tip might just be the secret ingredient that leads to a slightly more generous scoop.
Who knows, maybe your server will channel their inner Michelangelo and craft a gelato tower fit for a dessert deity.
So, next time you find yourself in gelato limbo, remember to tip your gelato sherpa.
Your taste buds will thank you, and who knows, maybe your generosity will be repaid with an extra sprinkle of chocolate magic.
It’s the sweet circle of life – gelato edition!
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