Using religion to get out of giving a tip isn't going to make you any friends.
--Earlier this week, a server at a restaurant in St. Louis anonymously posted a receipt to the website Reddit that's NOT making a pastor look good.
--The pastor ate with a 20-person group, so like a lot of places, the restaurant automatically added an 18% gratuity to the bill.
--The group had the server split the bill into smaller checks. And one check went to the pastor . . . who clearly skipped class on "Christian charity" day.
--Because he CROSSED OUT the automatic 18% tip, replaced it with ZERO, and left a passive-aggressive message: Quote, "I give God 10%, why do you get 18%?" Then he signed the receipt "Pastor."
--On his portion of the bill, the 18% tip translated to $6.29. And the server said it wasn't a performance issue, quote, "They had no problem with my service, and told me I was great. They just didn't want to pay when the time came."