• some hold the rumor : " " The word "tip," which originated in England, was originally an acronym for the phrase "to insure promptness." to be true.
  • The first recorded English use of the word in that sense is from the 16th century verb "tip." Tip meant "to give, to hand," "to pass" and "to tap."
  • I've heard that it stood for 'to improve performance' and that in the 'old days',,,,,,not sure when, the server was tipped IN ADVANCE.......can you see people doing that today????????LOL LOL :-D
  • A tip is supposed to be a gratuity but some places include a tip in the price of the bill. When I see that, it is my last time to be in such a place.

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