Many waiters have low wages and face tiring work hours, having to deal with countless types of people, and this can be quite tedious or outright irritating. Waitress Kaitlyn Brande, 18, recorded a video for TikTok, which showed the difference between customers from two different generations.

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Kaitlyn served two tables. The first table was five people representing a generation of so-called “Baby boomers” born between 1940 and 1959 (sometimes between 1946 and 1964). According to Kaitlyn, they left behind scraps of food and a lot of mess. These people presumably were guided by the thought, “Waiters are paid for it.”

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And on the second table, she served six people born in the early 2000s. Kaitlyn believes that these guys understand how difficult it is to work in public food places, so they were presumably guided by the thought, “We know it is challenging to work here, so let’s help it. “

@katebrande“They get paid to do that” VS “we know restaurant life is hard, here, let us help you out”♬ original sound – katebrande

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A transcript from the video: “Ok, here’s all I’m saying: Here’s a table of five boomers that I took some plates out of the way already. Ok? And then this is the table of six gen-zs. They did that. Just sayin’.”

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Kaitlynn told Bored Panda that she recorded this video because it seemed ironic that older people always demanded respect for themselves.

“Well, that night, the restaurant was bustling. We were always understaffed when I worked there. We didn’t have a host, a busser, and a dishwasher only sometimes. Those younger people noticed it was a rough night, and helped me out. I posted it because I thought it was ironic. I hear older generations claiming that today’s young people are “entitled,” “disrespectful,” and “selfish.” When in my experience, often, older people can be like that too. I didn’t hate on anyone; the irony just made me laugh”,-she said.

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Image credits: Kate Brande

In the comments, users divided into two camps, some think the waitress must do the job without complaining, others believe that the girl didn’t expect people to do her job, she was just glad somebody helped her out, when others, surprisingly, didn’t.

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

Image credits: Kate Brande

It often said that one should keep the talks about politics and religion away from the table. This time the discussions of generational politics center around the diner table itself. What are your thoughts about it, Pandas?