"Walking by her table a few minutes later, she motioned for the check, which I had already printed and had written 'Hope the rest of your day is great!' on. I left it on the table and walked away smiling, getting ready to gloat to my co-workers at shift change that I had won over one of the icy rangers. I ran her credit card, dropped it off at her table, and checked on my other table. I went back to the table after she'd left to pick up what I knew would be a solid tip.
"The tip line said '$0.00.' I quit two weeks later." -- Felicia Baker
Not so fast, lady
"When I was a senior in high school, I worked in a coffee shop franchise located in a grocery store, where I saw a lot of obnoxious customers, but one took the cake.
"Immediately after she came in, she slammed her manicured fist on my counter and demanded one of our frozen fruit drinks, but with a flat lid instead of the usual domed lid. I went to get the ingredients, when my co-worker asked me if I needed help closing that night. I turned to answer her and this woman screeched that I had to do my job. So I turned back and went back to making the drink, placing both types of lid on the counter (you need a domed lid to blend the drink and not make a mess). I served the drink and told her the total and she completely lost it, screaming how dare I place her lid on our ‘filthy’ counters. Then she started berating me, telling me I'd probably never bathed and that my clothes hadn't been washed in years (by the way, the counters were freshly washed, just like my clothes and self). After nearly reducing me to tears, she reached for her drink and told me she wasn't paying for it, due to how disgusting I was.