Most Amusing Things to Do to Break the Boredom in a Long Post Office QueueWhat would you do if you had the nerve? As bizarre and crazy suggestions as you like. Absolutely anything goes. Well... what're you waiting for? Go!
Shouting bock loudly and annoyingly in different ways.
I can only imagine the reaction.
Fifty times would be so annoying.
HAHA! Yes! Would love to see the reaction to this. Definitely worth getting a smack for! Haha!
Please don't make my ears bleed.
This list is actually pretty funny. It's one of the lists by Britgirl that I first remember seeing. These suggestions will surely get some reaction.
Laugh out loud! This would be really funny to see.
That would make them jump!
Me: Yay, an oil blob.
One thousand miles away...
Divinity II: Copier!
Person behind me: Turn off your Game Boy or lower the volume.
Me: Go die.
I would do that.
Dance like no one is watching. Let everything swing and sway.
Loudly, please. You want those at the back to hear you, don't you?
I love doing this. It seriously annoys almost everyone.
I don't know this song, but I know it's going to be good.
This would be so damn funny to see. They'd wonder what the hell you were grinning about. It would give them a complex, and it would break your boredom. Britgirl, you are one seriously great person to have around. Brilliant!
This would freak 'em out.
I've always wanted to do this but never had the nerve.
I've seen people doing this. It's all very weird. I am occasionally tempted to pick an argument with their invisible friend, but have never done so. I guess I'd need to know (or guess accurately) what the invisible guy is saying.
You would sound nuttier than a squirrel's eructation, but it would be worth it!
This would be so annoying to others!
That would be funny. If I did this, I don't know whether or not I'd be able to keep the laughter down.
I'd like to thank the nice gentleman I met last year for giving me the idea for this one. We were shoulder to shoulder on a hot South Bank at the Mayor's Festival in London. And instead of huffing out more hot air, he turned to me and said the item on this list. Thank you, Sir. I haven't forgotten you.
If you get what I mean!
I do this all the time, and it's fun and amusing.