In today's modern living, queues and lines are the remnants of the old rusty 20th century way of life. This is especially true when we're talking about buying some food for lunch. It is correct that food should be valued and nothing comes easy, but let's take a step back and realize that living in a fast paced city when food is readily available everywhere we go, who has time to spend waiting in long restaurant lines?
In various circumstances, lines can arguably be positive for the restaurant to show how good their food quality is. But this is exactly why we have Yelp or Google Reviews to help us out. If we want to be realistic, there is nothing to justify why we want to stand in a line for a good quality food, if an alternative existed to get the same food, but with no line. Sounds too futuristic I know! But does it? really?
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