Every second is an interminable Chinese water torture moment, suspended in eternity. Other lines are long and arduous, but at least there are perks. In the grocery store, they often have samples, eating while you stand there can be a small consolation. There is also reading the beyond believable Rag-Mag headlines.
There are also the occasional lines where you will gladly wait no matter how long you have to endure the standing.
Here's a line I stood in this weekend- it was the Apple Harvest Festival in Southington, CT. They make a delightful gastric feast in the form of a fritter. A heavenly warm rolled in cinnamon-sugar fluffy puff. With real apples. Decent sized chunks o fruit... :)
But in all seriousness, when you are trapped in a line, use the time to sow some "seed." Some eternal seed - look for opportunities to help someone in need.
The Bible says something pretty cool about the subject:
"They share freely and give generously to those in need. Their good deeds will be remembered forever. They will have influence and honor." Psalm 112:9
So, sow some good seed and watch for great return! Peas out!