I try to tip the cannabis delivery drivers whenever I pay for my order

On one hand, poor patients shouldn’t be expected to pay tips on deliveries on medications, unless they can afford it without any negative side effects

There was a time when I was so broke that I couldn’t even afford to tip wait staff and delivery drivers. Most people will argue that you shouldn’t use these services if you can’t afford to tip. The problem was that I was living in a temporary apartment with no oven or stove top at the time. All I had was a microwave, so I had to find places where I could order the most food for the lowest prices. But even if I was merely picking up a to-go order instead of sitting down for service, I’d still be expected to tip the cashier. These situations are tough because if one can afford it, it’s always a good thing to give the workers a tiny bit on the side for bagging your food and getting it ready for you. But if you’re already riding on the razor’s edge in full poverty, you have no choice. I’m so happy that none of this applies anymore. After years of slow financial recovery, I am in a better economic position today than I have at any other point in my life. If I eat at a restaurant or order a pizza, I have no trouble affording a 20% tip. Ordering medical marijuana from the cannabis dispensaries in the state is no different. On one hand, poor patients shouldn’t be expected to pay tips on deliveries on medications, unless they can afford it without any negative side effects. I’m happy to pay the delivery drivers a good tip if they arrive within the pre-scheduled delivery window. If they’re a few hours late and fail to call with any updates until they’re five minutes away, I never give them tips.

 

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