What is your take on queue jumpers?

@jshekhar (1563)
India
July 8, 2009 10:33am CST
Hello friends, All of us have to stand in queues for something or the other, especially while taking metros or buses or movie tickets or any such thing. There would always be people who would try to jump the queue and get their work done quickly.Most of the times there's no government authority to stop them either. Do you stop such queue jumpers?Are you one of them yourself? How do you feel when you stand in a line for 1 hour and someone comes after you and gets his work done in minutes?Please share..
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3 responses
@busky5 (3166)
• Thailand
14 Aug 09
I think everybody will angry a lot if someone who they jump the queue.I will not stand for an hour in the long queue, i will went back home if i can come back in the next day.
@jshekhar (1563)
• India
17 Aug 09
Well, we might do it once or twice but the thing is such people will be there all the time so we really need to take a stand at times. Thanks for taking out time and responding.. happy mylotting!
@PeacefulWmn9 (10425)
• United States
8 Jul 09
Hello Jshekhar. I think jumping ahead, rather than waiting one's turn, is very rude, very arrogant. I do not do that! If someone tries to do it to me, I might say something such as: please, wait your turn like the rest of us! Karen
@jshekhar (1563)
• India
17 Aug 09
Hello friend, Yeah, that's the right way to go about things. Most of the times, people feel shy and they don't oppose but we need to understand that we have to raise our voices.
@cbeee3 (2064)
• India
8 Jul 09
When I was younger I was very shy and scared. ( Not sure why ) So I never opened my mouth and opposed. Now things have changed. As I have grown up and matured, I do fight for my rights and people who get in the queue out of turn irritate me. I have created a scene in public twice against such people. Well, in my defence I did ask them kindly at first and they did not listen to me. Happy myLotting!
@jshekhar (1563)
• India
17 Aug 09
Hello cbeee, It was almost the same with me. I grew up as this really shy, introverted person who would behave as if a lion was in front of him all the time! but now things are different..