Tip Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old tip quotes, tip sayings, and tip proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

All those hints and glimpses of a larger and more satisfying democracy, which literature and our own hopes supply, have a tendency to slip away from us and to leave us sadly unguided and perplexed when we attempt to act upon them.     

Jane Addams

Tip your drag queens, bartenders, and don't rub your chopsticks together at the sushi restaurant. Also, just in general, don't be a dirtbag human.      


We are all just the tip of a pinprick of the millions of things that had to happen in order for us to be here.     

Grace Potter

Today's Parenting Tip: Treat a difficult child the way you would your boss at work. Praise his achievements, ignore his tantrums and resist the urge to sit him down and explain to him how his brain is not yet fully developed.     

Robert Breault

My top beauty tip is to drink lots of water. It might sound lame, but it works.     

Georgia Salpa

You don't have to tip anybody, anywhere, anything. You do so only because you want to, in appreciation for service well-rendered.     

Michael Frome

Best beauty tip is forgiveness for yourself and others     

Jacqueline Bisset

Parenting tip: complement your child on something well done when they don't think you are looking!     

Kevin Heath

When hints of sadness creep into our soul, we must not flee into happy or distracting thoughts. Pondering the sadness until it becomes overwhelming can lead us to deep change in the direction of our being from self-preservation to grateful worship.     

Larry Crabb

Conflict tip: What comes out of someone else's mouth is a reflection of their heart ... not yours.     

Lysa Terkeurst

The only gambling tip which amounts to anything is to keep out of the game.     

E. W. Howe

The word "tip" stands for "to insure promptness." So when should you give it? Up front,of course. Sophisticated people don't take chances on poor service, they insure good service.     

Jim Rohn

There were hints of sunrise on the rim of the sky, yet it was still dark, and the traces of morning color were like goldfish swimming in ink.     

Truman Capote

A tip for increased sales or in situations of life or death: Try to always refer to the lady as Miss. or Ms. Using the term: Ma'am could piss her off.     

Ginnetta Correli

Hint: money flows into most funds after good performance, and goes out when bad performance follows.     

John C. Bogle

Police violence is the tip of the iceberg when it relates to the conditions overall of black people across the globe.     

Alicia Garza

It is amazing how many hints and guides and intuitions for living come to the sensitive person who has ears to hear what his body is saying.     

Rollo May

Here's a hot tip: Most girls don't like being stalked.     

Cassandra Clare

A business tip, you never know who's having "pillow talk" with one another. Watch what u say, who u say it to, & WHO u talk about.     

Keshia Chante

Let me give you a tip on a clue to men's characters: the man who damns money has obtained it dishonorably; the man who respects it has earned it.     

Ayn Rand

The best quick tip in golf is to focus on your rhythm and balance.     

Hale Irwin

The best tip for writing is just to write; to sit down and write, to begin doing it and not to be scared by the blank page.     

David Almond

The tip no jewel needs to wear: The tip is jewel of the ear.     

Philip Sidney

Here's a tip for new parents: Start lowering those expectations early, it's going to pay off later.     

Colson Whitehead

Golf tip: Lay off for three weeks and then quit for good.     

Sam Snead

There is a hint of despair in the cry of 'I told you so,' an element of disappointment in the apparent satisfaction when idols turn out to have clay feet. The human race, when it thinks it has proved that no one is superior, is partly gratified and partly depressed.     

Alice Thomas Ellis

The bonus is really one of the great give-aways in business enterprise. It is the annual salve applied to the conscience of the rich and the wounds of the poor.     

E. B. White

No hint of genuine charity ameliorates our vision of society, once sentimentalism has been laid side. What passes for cooperation turns out to be a mixture of opportunism and exploitation. Scratch an altruist and watch a hypocrite bleed.     

Michael Ghiselin