I will often yell at the FP people to stop cutting, then yell at the CMs for letting them cut.
(Disclosure: I AM KIDDING.)
When I've gone with groups we'd play games. One was you start with the name of a song, next player names a song with one of the words in the previous song, repeat until exhausted. Another was a pyramid-style game in which words (names of people, films, geography, etc.) are written on pieces of paper where your partner would have to guess the word based on clues you give.
Then there is "guess the origin of the other guest with the heavy accent." Could be in the US or outside the US.
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"Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."
That's when I pop out my snacks, people-watch and get on my phone (social media, of course). I sometimes strike up a convo with other park guests, usually AP's. I've learned ALOT when it comes to AP benefits from them.
ORDDU: This question has been asked many times in the past but I don't mind answering it again. I enjoy getting to know the most handsome hunks I can find in the queue. I just love the challenge of using my feminine wiles to get the attention of the most gorgeous of men. . .
I believe we've met.
We avoid lines by trying to go on
less crowded days,
days with light rain in the forecast,
hitting the popular attractions earlier,
and using Fastpass. BUT when we're in line we talk, no phones. We recently spent our brief time in lines reviewing multiplication tables and spelling words.
This wasn't a line, but my nicest waiting experience was when we were waiting for Fantasmic and I quietly read Harry Potter to my daughter with a flashlight on our old Mickey Mouse beach towel while we were waiting. When we've waited for the World of Color I've given her a frozen lemonade which can take almost 20 minutes to eat as it melts.