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CENTERVILLE, Ohio– A server was both entertained and offended with a ‘tip’ left by a recent customer, and her post about it is now going viral.

The server, who recently got married, said in the post that she works as a server at a restaurant.

**Read the entire post at the bottom of this page. Warning: The language used in the post may be considered offensive**

She says that a couple came in on Nov. 8 for a dinner and told her that it was part of their honeymoon celebration.

“Which I replied ‘oh I just got married last month, congratulations.’ I assumed they heard me, and we proceeded with the whole ‘what can I get you’,” she said in her post. 

After trying to be talkative and personable, she reported she gave the couple their check after dinner.

“I assumed everything was fine, because they were laughing and having a good time,” she wrote  in the post.

But when she picked the check up, there was no monetary tip. However, there was a message from the woman written in next to the total on the check. It said:

“:) he’s my husband, find your own. Good luck.”

In her post, she addressed that woman back:

“So Jenny, here’s a life tip for you from me, your insecurity as a woman is heartbreaking. Have pride in yourself and your relationship with YOUR husband to where you don’t need to put another down to bring yourself up. Especially a server who lives off her tips and needs them to help her husband pay bills. Also, Jenny, I hope you like the pen, because it’s my present to you. One NEWLYWED to another.

P.S – my husband said you can sit in his section next time that way you won’t have to be so worried about your husband “flirting” with a server :) Maybe you’ll see his ring a little better than you saw mine.

The woman you offended by thinking so lowly of, that I would attempt to flirt with a man who is with his wife.”

The waitress deleted her Facebook post around 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday. The post had been shared over 50,000 times.