From justifying his shitty tip by saying that the restaurant had awful service, to Charlie Sheen giving the stiffed waiter $1,000, the tip that LeSean McCoy left (or in this case didn't leave) has been everywhere.
In terms of overall wackiness, the LeSean McCoy tipping saga is probably the most fascinating and bizarre one of the NFL season thus far.
Tommy Up, the owner of Philadelphia burger joint PYT, took to Facebook to explain his reasons for posting LeSean McCoy's minuscule tip, which yesterday went viral and pissed a whole lot of people off.
Lesean McCoy treated himself to some food at burger joint PYT in Philadelphia.
Chances are you learned to tip from your parents, but tipping has changed over the years and what once worked may no longer be the status quo.
It's no $200,000 tip but this video of prank group LAHWF surprising waiters and waitresses with a generous $200 tip might warm your cynical heart.
Tipping is the difference between a service employee making a viable living or teetering on the brink of poverty.
Going out to eat can be a special pleasure with multiple courses, exotic food combinations, a great server with expert recommendations, delicious cocktails, gorgeous settings and loads of great memories.
Tipping is subjective, obviously.