Not prepared to queue - for longer than six minutes
It has long been argued that us Brits enjoy a good queue.
But it seems there is a limit to our patience.
A survey carried out by retail technology company Omnico found out that on average, we will only stand patiently in line for just under six minutes.
In fact, it seems the magic number is five minutes and 54 seconds.
After that, we might not complain (such is our British reserve), but we will huff and storm out of the shop - never to return again in fact.
The survey - of 1,344 people - also found 56 per cent of Britons would be less likely to return to the shop if they had a bad queuing experience.
Are you prepared to queue?
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