My personal peeve!!!! If I go to any store and my bill is $47.52, I expect to get $2.48 change when I hand them $50. At most restaurants these days, my change is only $2.00. I bet those same waiters and waitresses would complain at Wal-Mart if they got shorted 48 cents. Whenever this happens, and it happens frequently, I will call the manager over, like I did last night, and call the waiter/waitress over, too. Last night I explained to them both that the food was excellent the service was flawless, but I cannot abide being short-changed! I am an excellent tipper, but short me and I will short your tip. Am I being unreasonable? I have my own business and go around the southern states to bird shows and fairs. If I even tried to round up the bill to my customers, they would never allow it! It's just the food service industry. Most waiters and waitresses work hard and deserve their tips, but they shouldn't be allowed to make that "extra" by short-changing customers. Okay, my rant is over!