Stories of customers being charged more, through skipped discounts or other methods, when they have deserved it for infractions such as being rude, demanding, or otherwise a pain. Stories of reverse asshole tax, aka decency discount, for when customers pay less because they were *not* an asshole, are also acceptable.
|Feb 7, 2020||/r/assholetax is trending – Trend thread|
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|Nov 14, 2019||/r/assholetax is trending – Trend thread|
|Oct 22, 2019||/r/assholetax is trending – Trend thread|
|Oct 16, 2019||/r/assholetax hits 100K subscribers|
|Aug 15, 2019||/r/assholetax hits 90K subscribers|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/assholetax enters TOP 5K subreddits|
|Jul 13, 2019||/r/assholetax hits 80K subscribers|
|Dec 26, 2018||/r/assholetax is born|
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|No. 41,850||Fastest growing yesterday|
|No. 3,114,003||Fastest growing last 7 days|
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