London, Mar.26 (ANI): Over a year, the average Brit queues up for more than 67 hours or almost three days, a report in The Telegraph says.
The poll of 3,000 Britons revealed the biggest amount of time spent queuing is to pay for the weekly shop, accounting for almost 53 minutes each month.
A further 33 minutes is spent waiting to pay for items such as clothes and DVDs in shops and we queue for 35 minutes every month to get a drink in a bar or pub.
Waiting in line at the bank or post office takes up 27 minutes each month, and even queuing at cash machines wastes almost 25 minutes.
Standing on a train platform or bus stop also see Britons queuing for almost 43 minutes a month, while waiting to speak to someone on a customer service desks takes up just over 17 minutes.
According to the paper, the average adult wastes a five hours and 35 minutes queuing each month, and standing in line at the supermarket taking up the biggest amount of time.
In total, Britons spend 169 hours during the average adult lifetime - the equivalent of five months, two weeks and five days.
A spokesman for online auction site madbid.com, which carried out the poll, said: " To find out we spend six months of our life doing just that is quite shocking." (ANI)