OK, this one maybe more relevant to Singaporean (or Asian for that matter)! However, I find that the findings in this infographic is quite true (because I am a Singaporean ;-)).
Queueing is part and parcel of our daily life. Wherever we go, we see queue(s) forming here and there.. At times we ourselves are guilty of such phenomenon.
Don't worry about some of the Singlish terms, I will try to provide brief tranlsation in "proper" English!
|The 8 Types Of Queues in Singapore|
(source : Ticktok)
Brief Singlish Translation (from the web):
1. knn = abbreviation for kanina, a swear phrase used in Singapore.
2. Sibei Heng = Very lucky
3. Sibei Sway = Very unlucky
4. Wah... so cheap sia = Wah... That's very cheap
5. Own Time Own Target = To perform a task at one's leisure (Army-
Hope you enjoy it!