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1-30-2009 @ 5:53PM
Some people don't expect a tip in certain circumstances. I never took a tip if I leveled my blacksmithing, for example. Absent some sort of initial conversation yes he probably should have assumed that he should tip you something for your efforts, but ideally you have that conversation in advance. In all honesty, the miscommunication between you and your customer is nearly as much your fault as his, IMO. It's not hard when you get that initial pst to say "ok, your mats plus xg tip, meet me at anvil" Then everyone is on the same page.
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