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For the benefit of American viewers, a 'queue' (pronounced "kyoo") is an orderly linear formation of people waiting for something, which involves an understood and observed set of rules of conduct.
This video and its sequel involve a wide variety of accents and local dialect words. See how many people's origins you can pinpoint by the way they speak.
I set out with one video in mind, but then made the best of the situation and made a different one instead. The version on my hard drive looks fine, but YouTube has added many square glitches. For some reason these appear on my videos, but generally not on other people's.
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