A commonly accepted method of waiting your turn and almost always the queue you are a part of will move slower than the others, and this holds true even if you change to a seemingly faster-moving queue!
This always happens to me. Even if I shift to another queue (even after careful calculation), mine will be the slowest. And what’s worse, the queue I abandoned seems to move faster! It’s really frustrating. Don’t even get me started about people who try to jump the queue only because they are far too impatient!
Have you faced a similar situation? Do let me know. The comments section is all yours for the taking.
This is day #27 of the lockdown here in India. Hope you and your family are safe and well. Stay safe. Take care.
If you are feeling bored or facing lockdown blues, do check out this post:
30 Things to do while staying at home during the lockdown!
I have FINALLY managed to catch up with many posts that I had missed out on. Today is the last day I can stay at home and enjoy it. My work will resume from tomorrow onwards.
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