The server was shocked when a group of 21 individuals requested to have their checks split up.

The topic of restaurant decorum is generating lively discussions on TikTok, sparking intense debates on this popular platform.

Several contentious arguments online center around tipping etiquette for waitstaff, as well as how to divide the check.
TikTok videos often feature servers airing their grievances about patrons who visit their establishment.

In the most recent video, a Dave & Buster's server participates in the conversation on TikTok, adding their perspective on splitting the bill after a meal.
The woman, who goes by the name of Dana, said that a large table of 21 she was serving one night asked for separate checks.

Dana uploaded a short 12-second clip to her account where she showed her cash register’s screen as she taps individual items onto each check.

In the text overlay, the server wrote: "When a 21 top comes in and they all want separate checks."

After tapping each individual item onto separate checks, Dana filmed all the receipts pouring out of the printer, and it is fair to say that there was a lot of them. 21, in fact.

In hand, the TikToker also had the signed receipt folded, which certainly would have made it quite the mission for the server.
Despite their time-consuming request, Dana added in the caption: "No hate to these people AT ALL! THEY WERE SO NICE."

In the comments, the content creator added: "Guys yes I did ask them at the beginning how many checks they had. I like to put it all on one and then split it so everyone’s foods comes out together."

Since the TikTok was uploaded earlier this month, hundreds of users have flocked to the comment section to get involved in the discussion.

One ex-server reminisced about these days, expressing the hope that customers paid with cards and tipped generously.

Another person shared their frustration when a group orders the same thing and suggests having one person pay and the others chip in. Meanwhile, a third individual pointed out that, even in such cases, there are at least 21 opportunities for tips, so it's not all bad.

Dana is not alone in engaging in discussions about restaurant etiquette; a bar server recently triggered a passionate argument after proposing that servers should call out patrons who don't leave a tip.

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