At first I was like... "Oh man!" Then I saw that this was in Canadian dollars. I think that's like 20 Euros. Not too spendy for a night out.
Bull shit on that added 18% gratuity!! that crusty cunt waitress probably bilked you for juices you didn't even get served. Canada is the annoying neighbor you only visit when you're want to feel better about the shed you live in...
you made Holly very happy with your tip ^^
Never bring credit when you're going out, withdraw, and stow the plastic at home man!
nice, can I party with you :p
15 shots. Did you buy the house a round?
LOL I just stumbled across this. I'm from California but I was at the Real Sports Bar and Grill in Toronto in November of 2002 for a business trip and my tab wasn't much less than that. I think it was about $1100 Canadian.Thank God that Canadian money in 2002 was still a lot less than American.
1STLOL ALWAYS WANTED TO DO THAT!!!!Wow, I would have to take out a 3rd mortgage.
great april fool
Holly's 18% tip is equivalent to 15 days of grueling work in a factory in China.
hahah you suck
I would refuse to pay for towing golf carts. LOL
simply idiot !
Wow, if you don't remember, then you have have a couple of problems...
Nice party :D How many friends with You?
Wykop k.wa :D
Ok.. First of all, whoever's commenting about $1700 Canadian dollars equaling 20 Euros: that is silly. Also, this is not fake. If a restaurant adds 18% Gratuity that means that it is usually a party of 10 or more people. You are also expected to tip on TOP of that if the service was really great.
like 20 euros yeah more like 1200
Looks like a typical school board business meeting.
canada is awesome you duches would know because your all to poor to buy your way up here there is a reason why we hate americans just like the rest of the world your all jack asses