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Bartender Is Astonished When She Looks Down At This Tip A Truck Driver Left Her

Written by Vanessa Hojda
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Imagine how much better the world would be if we all did one act of random kindness per day. A truck driver in Grand Island, Nebraska seemed to be doing just that when he left a $1000 tip to a bartender.

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Kari Anthony, a single mom working as a bartender at a Quaker Steak and Lube at a truck stop, struck up a conversation with one of her customers, an anonymous truck driver who stopped for a hearty meal and some drinks. Anthony said that they talked about their families and she mentioned being a single mother.

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At the end of his meal, the truck driver paid for the meals of the other bar patrons he chatted with and then left a $1000 tip on his $89 bill. Anthony tried to refuse the tip at first, and even brought her manager over to speak with the driver. The driver insisted kindly and Anthony kept the tip.

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Anthony explained that the truck driver had stopped off the interstate after working a shift and was spending the night at the truck stop. She told the Grand Island Independent that truck drivers usually leave tips between $2 and $5.

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At the end of his meal, the truck driver paid for the meals of the other bar patrons he chatted with and then left a $1000 tip on his $89 bill. Anthony tried to refuse the tip at first, and even brought her manager over to speak with the driver. The driver insisted kindly and Anthony kept the tip.

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Anthony explained that the truck driver had stopped off the interstate after working a shift and was spending the night at the truck stop. She told the Grand Island Independent that truck drivers usually leave tips between $2 and $5.

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