Here's an editorial arguing that people should tip 25%. Calling tipping "a topic that's hotter than the biscuits in Paula Deen's kitchen these days," Christopher Elliott writes: "Paying a quarter in gratuity for every dollar you spend on a restaurant meal makes sense when you understand the economics of the restaurant business and your place in the food chain." [USA Today][Photo]
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