So I saw this photo collection on ABC news of what they call "Bad Celebrity Tippers" and I thought I'd share my thought and ask for yours. click here Why should anyone be pressured into tipping, or called out for not tipping, if they don't want to? The story says "Madonna left only an $18 tip on $400 bill." and keeps accounts of other celebrities that have tipped "poorly" or not at all. I have ethical conflicts with presumption of tipping and expectation of a certain amount. I don't tip well either, sometimes not at all. There are some situations where I don't feel any reason to do so. For instance: 1. At the airport, when they guy snatches my bag out of my hand and uses the touch-screen kiosk to check me in. He asks me questions like how many bags, and if I want a seat upgrade. He spends less than two minutes doing something I could do myself, then looks at me like I owe him a tip. 2. Taxi Drivers. Taxi rides cost enough already. 3. Delivery People. I don't see why I should ever tip one. Until I was about 18, I didn't know delivery people expected tips. Never tipped them before, never will. And I have questions about tipping culture as well. 1. Why should I feel like I have to tip if I don't want to? 2. Why should the amount of tip be based on the amount of the bill? Do you think a waiter working at a fancy restaurant works harder than one at Denny's? I don't think so. 3. Who's invented tipping? Who set these rules? Nothing turns my stomach over more than tip jars at Starbucks. I tip bartenders and waiters. That's about it. When I ask these questions, people tend to say things like "You're stingy", and "You should tip because that's the way it is." Clearly, these responses hold no water. Until I find legitimate answers to these questions, I will continue to tip poorly and infrequently.