Denny's Roasted People Who Don't Tip On Twitter And The Backlash Was Swift

Although Wendy’s is pretty much the master of savage restaurant Twitter accounts, Denny’s has a pretty strong social media game, too.

Whoever’s in charge of their social media has been a roll recently. But as with all winning streaks, there comes a time when it comes to an end. And for Denny’s, the end came in the form of a brutal, should’ve-seen-that-coming response to a tweet.

It all started with this pretty awesome joke Denny’s made about people who don’t tip their waitstaff.

However, Twitter had some thoughts about tipping culture that they wanted to share. And they didn’t hold back.

Depending on what state you’re in, labor laws for tipped individuals set minimum wages as low as $ 2.13, although there are some states that give higher hourly minimums than others. California, for example, starts waiters and waitresses off with $ 10 an hour, in addition to gratuities.

But depending on the restaurant you work at, you might make very little off of tips. 

So people kept the memes coming to remind the restaurant chain that those who dwell in glass American diners shouldn’t throw stones.

It started a conversation on the state of compensation in the US food service industry, too.

In any event, it’s hard to believe they didn’t at least consider people would throw shade at this tweet.

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The FBI Made A Hilariously Bad Holiday Greetings Card And They're Getting Roasted

It’s the time of year that you start to hear “happy holidays” from friends, family, and businesses whose mailing lists you accidentally signed up to five years ago. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, which gets billions in taxpayer dollars to protect us, is no exception. Except this year they didn’t really seem to put much effort into it. In fact, it looks like an intern spent all of five minutes on it. And that’s being generous.

In fact, it looks like an intern spent all of five minutes on it. And that’s being generous. Here’s how they wished their followers on Twitter happy holidays…

LOOK AT THAT WORK OF ART. Unsurprisingly, they’re getting roasted pretty hard for it by Twitter users. 

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