Dining Poll: Should Celebrities and the Mega Rich Tip More than Other Diners?

The funny folks at the “Short Order” blog at the Miami New Times have rounded up a list of the most parsimonious celebrities when it comes to tipping. Madonna and Sean Penn’s marriage didn’t survive, but apparently their love of thrift did. Cutie foodie Rachael Ray and pudding pitchman Bill Cosby, among other well-off, well-known folks aren’t known for their generosity either. This revelation, coupled with professional wealthy person Warren Buffet’s recent call for higher taxes for the highest earners, has us wondering if celebs and the really rich should be expected to leave extra-large tips when dining out. Tell us how you feel in today’s poll below.


Are Ed Westwick and Gwyneth Paltrow Stars You Don’t Want to Dine With?

Fame buys a lot of things — but, according to The Frisky, manners may not be one of them. The Frisky’s got a round-up of stars, including Ed Westwick and Gwyneth Paltrow, behaving badly when they dine out. Is Madonna a bad tipper? Can Dennis Rodman hold his liquor? Find out in this article that’s sure to make you lose your appetite to dine with certain celebrities.