The Average Person Can Wait In Line For 10 Minutes And 42 Seconds Before They Start Getting Angry

--According to a study, the average adult can wait patiently in line for 10 minutes and 42 seconds before they start getting angry.

--For people over 55, their patience runs out the earliest, at nine minutes, 30 seconds in line.

--People under 35 are the most patient . . . they don't start getting angry until an average of 12 minutes, 18 seconds . . . but they're also the most likely to get into arguments with strangers in the line.

--People ranked grocery store lines as the most frustrating. Lines at the post office are second, airport check-in lines are third, and airport security lines are fourth.

--The survey also found that 21% of people do their shopping at night to try to avoid longer lines.

--About 25% of people say they pass time in a line by daydreaming . . . and 13% of people try to pass the time by talking to random strangers.