First of all, I'd like to congratulate you for the gorgeous queues you did last Thursday.
Second, it's my duty to inform you of the importance and significance of forming queues in England. To do so, nothing better than George Mikes' words from his book How to Be an Alien. I highly recommed this reading.
Some parts of the chapter have been skipped. And if you go to 'comments' you'll find a vocabulary exercise (I'm sorry that it's so primitive, but I don't have a web space right now and I can't create more sophisticated exercises).
I hope you enjoy it!
THE NATIONAL PASSION
On the Continent, if people are waiting at a bus stop they loiter around in a seemingly vague fashion. […] An English man, even if he is alone, forms and orderly queue of one.
At weekends an Englishman queues up at the bus stop, travels out to Richmond, queues up for a boat, then queues up for tea, then queues up for ice cream, then joins a few more odd queues just for the sake of the fun of it, then queues up at the bus stop and has the time of his life.
Many English families spend lovely evenings at home just by queueing up for a few hours, and the parents are very sad when the children leave them and queue up for going to bed.