Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma is about tipping. Here's the email I received. Hey Jaime. I took my family through the drive-thru at McDonald's. We ordered $60 worth of food, so they asked if we would pull to the side as they prepared our large order. A few minutes later, a girl brings our food out to the car. I take the food and drive away. A block away, my 15-year-old daughter tells me that she is mortified that I didn't tip that girl for bringing our food out to the car. She goes to school with her and thinks this girl will tell everyone that her family is cheap. I didn't know you were supposed to tip a fast food worker for running food out to a parking lot. I already spent $60 and didn't have any cash on me. I also can't justify tipping a fast food worker for doing something like running out your food. Are we gonna end up tipping everyone for everything eventually? Was I wrong? Help me out here. Thanks ~ Tom. I don't know if I'm the one to answer this question because I am what my sweetie calls "an overtipper." I like to make sure people know they're appreciated, so I will over tip, and pretty much tip anyone who provides a service. So I would have tipped her. My 16 year old nephew works at a fast food place and always comes home with tips. So I'm with the daughter..I would have tipped. What do you think? Let's help Tom out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.