Do you think that queue-jumping uncivilized?

@ck3259 (248)
December 6, 2009 12:30pm CST
I was attending a mini concert, when I'm in queue suddenly there are few people jump the queue and stand in front of me. I'm quite unhappy cause of their selfish thinking. In my opinion, queue jumping is considered a kind of disorderly conduct. However, some circumstances can jump the queue, for example, has been in the queue in front of his friends in their accession; physically handicapped people either elderly or children have the priority. I believe that queue-jumping phenomenon is widespread throughout the world. Most people think that jumping the queue is uncivilized, manners, less educated performance, because the queue is unfair.How do you think?
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@sandymay16 (1619)
• Philippines
8 Dec 09
Queue-jumping is really uncivilized. It's not proper, it's rude and it makes people waiting in line patiently mad. Physically handicapped people even ask permission to go ahead even if they're a priority. I have seen some students queue-jump in some events and they're educated but I guess they're not practicing what they have learned in school. Waiting in line for one's turn is the most proper and right thing to do and people would be happy.
@techgurl (451)
• Greece
6 Dec 09
I think that if I can stand in line and wait, so can anyone else. except for the few exceptions that you have already mentioned. I find it highly impolite and ignorant to queue-jump. It just creates unnecessary tension and some might even make a scene over it. So not worth the fuss, but some still do it.