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A bottle service waitress has disclosed how much money she can make in a single day and the internet is going wild.
Nina, who works in a venue in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently took to TikTok to share a video which shows ‘her day as a bottle girl’ while working at a lavish poolside club.
In the video, Nina, whose handle is @ninaanngelina, shows how the club is split into different sections and one day she seemed super stoked because she was assigned to the cabana area.
While she alluded to the idea that the cabana section earns some serious tips, we didn’t expect Nina to hold up a USD $1,800 and $3,000 tip after a hard day’s work.
As expected, people have lost it over Nina's not so humble earnings, with one person writing: “I’m in the wrong profession.”
Another person commented: “Is your location hiring???????!!!!”
A third person said: “I never understand why people throw money at pool clubs? Lol literally hand it to the bottle girl or go to a strip club.”
While another person shared their experience working in IT as they are also privy to a hefty salary: “For everyone too ugly to be bartenders; I work in IT as a Systems Administrator and make $350 an hour. Don’t need college either and I work from home.”
While the hospitality life may not be suitable for everyone, a Rhode Island waitress also took to social media to share a generous tip she received from a customer.
Jennifer Vernancio shared the staggering USD $810 tip from a $48 bill she got while working a shift at The Big Cheese & Pub in Cranston.
The mother of two revealed to Newsweek that she had a terrible morning after not being able to find a sitter for her children as she headed to work.
But things quickly turned around after a couple who ordered sandwiches decided to show their appreciation for her outstanding service.
"I go over to pick up the check, I don't even know," she said explained to the news outlet.
"They left me a $810 tip. I'm like, 'Are you kidding? This can't be.' I brought it to my manager and at first I'm like, 'This can't be.' She's like, 'Oh no, that's it."'
She added: “To the gentleman and his wife that left that generous tip, I just want to say thank you so much.... That money, it's more than a couple of shifts.
"I mean it helps out, everything helps out, but that is more than money, it's just true kindness. Honestly, I believe and spread it everywhere, I go for the law of attraction."
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