Leo Jay Posted October 13, 2006 #1 Share Posted October 13, 2006 Now, everyone: BEHAVE yourselves on this thread. Seriously! :mad: You've been warned... :D I've noticed that buffet lines sometimes get bogged down because people may not be paying attention (or are paranoid about being called line cutters) and end up waiting unnecessarily behind passengers who are waiting for their made-to-order omelets, or waiting for the meat to be replaced in the carving station, or whatever else happens to be in the first position of the food lineup. As I see it, if you're not in line for that particular thing -- there's no reason to wait! Just go around! You're not "cutting the line"! :) Once I noticed that phenomenon, I tried to be aware and tell people "it's okay -- I'm just waiting for my eggs -- go around me", but it does seem to happen quite a bit that people wait unnecessarily when they just want bacon, or hash browns, or what have you. Seems there really should be separate lines for made-to-order vs. the rest of the stuff... Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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