Went to our local little community cinema tonight and it was packed. Three popular films at once, long queues out the front door. When we finally got to the front of the queue, a lady with a child suddenly appeared next to us and basically pushed in front. I said, "we've been waiting here for ages" and she replied "so have we!" (I definitely did not see her next to us whilst we were queuing but I'm not the most observant of people) Thinking about it, i think the people outside formed more queues than there were kiosks, thus forcing two queues to merge into one at the front.
She bought her tickets, then it was my turn.
I didn't silently fume or hold a grudge. I wasn't raging. I got my tickets and watched my film.
Aibu to think life.doesnt need to be full of angst over such situations?
I'm not sure what this thread is about tbh. You went to a local cinema screening and as you got to the booking desk a lady with her daughter, in front of you, bought some tickets and then you bought yours. Then you came on mumsnet to tell everyone about a perfectly normal night out....Is that it??? What have I missed??