I have to admit it, I am a British person to the core of my being. Living away from the UK for over a year has finally taught me this. There are a lot of British cultural traits/ modes of behaviour that I can do without, queuing is not one of them. I have always been a stickler for queue etiquette- waiting my turn even when the Kids were desperate for the loo and the sensible thing would have been to push in. If someone pushed in front in a queue I would tut tut, mutter, or sometimes when I was feeling brave actually say something. This is not something that I can do in Hungary. For a start there is not a letter Q in Hungarian. Some foreign words seem to have sneaked in here like "quick" but when they appear they are spelled with a "kv".