There are two possible queues in the supermarket . . .
Why is it the one you decide to go for is always the slowest to move?
There is always that one customer in it who has picked the only product in the whole store with no price on. Or the checkout operator decides to plonk the ‘checkout closed’ sign right before your shopping pile. Does this only happen to me?
It’s the same at the cashpoint. I always end up standing behind the person who decides now would be a good time to print out and check a monthly statement, check the balance on all four of their accounts and then print out receipts for each transaction!
Then there is that fleeting thought that goes through your mind . . . shall I change queues?
You battle with this little voice inside your head telling you “NO!” as you know that, as soon as you move, your original queue will move at the speed of light!
So you move queues anyway, despite the little voice and Yes, your original queue starts moving quicker than Usain Bolt off the starting blocks . . .
Please tell me this doesn’t only happen to me?