>>1287335>Russian/Slavic people were queuing
Reminds me one time I was queuing in a single person line at Ataturk airport, it was my first time there, so it took me a while to figure out what was going on... That he people who were passing my queue weren't business class or priority, they were just passing us. Once I realized that, I put my feet apart, and put my backpack on the side. It was just as wide as the cordoned off line, so the people who wanted to pass had to stop right after me.
Mind you, before and after me were all Asians (mostly Koreans, some Chinese).
The people who wanted to pass me turned out to be all Russian. The first one told me something in Russian first. I pretended not to hear. The he went 'excuse me'. Then I turned my head, still holding my position. 'Yes?' Motions me to move to the side. I tell him in the nicest and most patient voice possible 'ah yes, we are all waiting for the same thing, don't worry. if you are late, there are the security staff, you can ask them to escort you'. (It was only at this point where the Asians realized that the Russians were just being asses and had zero priviliges, I saw their faces change.)
Then the Russians took a few steps back, and for the next couple of minutes in the line, I heard all the curses I knew in Russian having said about me right behind, and I probably learned some more.
The funniest of all was when we reached the end of that queue, there were at least 4 different border control agents you could go to.... These fucking Russians were so happy that they could overtake me, that ALL of them went to the same agent, and I mean a dozen people. They were still checking the passport of the first one while I finished at another agent. Subhumans, really.
I would've been beaten in a lot of similar situations, I pulled it off cause it was an airport with lots of security.
Russian tourists destroyed my skis when I was like 4 or 5 (they walked all over the line including kids with their boots).