There's a special place in hell for bad tippers.
And don't give me that "Well, the whole tipping system in America is messed up, so I vote with my money" slice of boiling hot garbage pie -- the system is debatable, but there's no question the majority of America's servers actually live and die on our gratuities.
Which is why this new, restaurant-based benevolent Internet challenge beats the snot out of planking: it's called #TipTheBill," and it celebrates servers (and mega-tippers) everywhere. If you couldn't gather from the name itself, the challenge is to tip 100% percent of the bill (which, if you're not a scientist, is 80% more than the already great standard of 20%).
And, unlike literally everything else on Twitter, it's making people very, very happy.