[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right.
Top Text: “MY CASH DRAWER”
Bottom Text: “IS NOT A LARGE BILL BREAKER”]
I like to consider myself a very understanding pink and orange coffee-serving robin. If you have to pay for your coffee with a ten, that’s okay. A twenty? That’s okay too, we’ve got the change for that. A fifty even? Stretching it a bit, but alright, as long as you don’t mind getting singles.
However, if you just rolled in from one of the banks down the street (or wherever you please) and you’re getting a small coffee (at my store after tax it’s $1.58), pulling out your stack of bills, and handing me a 100 when picking up a five off the counter that fell out, then no. That is not okay. If it’s honestly really the ONLY bill you have on you, then okay, whatever. It happens. But clearing out my drawer save some ones and change isn’t very cool and leaves me running to my manager begging for bills to replenish my empty drawer while making the customers behind you wait. Please be considerate!