I have observed that the English hold the ability to competently queue with the same high regard as that of skillful teamaking.
The BBC, in the article from which I sourced the above photo, even describes queuing as a, “typically British passtime”.
My belief that England was the home of a nation of ace queuers was rock solid, and I was proud to join the line and moan about the weather.
That is, until I got to Taiwan.
Queuing lines to board the trains, perhaps to help school the newcomers?
On the MRT (Taipei Subway):
and the High Speed Rail:
It didn’t end there. Even this bathroom, as well as quite a few others visited on the trip, had a designated queuing spot:
England, it might be time to consider yourself served…