I know this is not a funny situation we are going through but sitting in line, trying to get gas for over 45 minutes brings out things in people that I guess shows their true colors.
I finally found a gas station that had gas. I turn around to get into a long line and decide I might as well wait, since I really don't have any other option. It was like sitting at the airport and watching people, by the way is one of my favorite things to do. No one was directing traffic so if your gas tank was on the opposite side of the drivers side it was not good for that particular person because after they sat in line and it got to be their turn they had to somehow turn around. The person in front of me finally made it to the pump but had to turn around. During this process another car barrels around and gets that next available tank. I know that I would have probably gotten pretty upset too, and really I should have because that made me have to wait longer but watching the reactions, arguing, yelling and attitudes got me laughing. When people saw me laughing, others starting laughing too. Believe me, not everyone but a lot of them. Patience is a virtue! Tell that to people about to run out of gas and then have to pay over $4.00/gallon when they finally get there. Keep on smiling - It can be contagious.