Did you wait in line for the new iPhone 5 in normal street clothes? Obviously, you don't love Apple enough, because you didn't dress up like this man in Ginza District, Tokyo, Japan.
Steve Jobs fan waiting for the then released iPhone 4 in October, 2011.
LA Twilight fan.
If you've ever been to China, you'll know that waiting in line isn't exactly a habit that everyone appreciates. I remember trying to buy a subway ticket in Shanghai, and I had to literally elbow my way to the front of the line…or I'd never get my ticket. Well, in an effort to change that, a group of people in Zhengzhou got together and wore t-shirts that read, “Stop squeezing” with freaky white masks. Kinda weird, but definitely attention-grabbing.
Waiting in line outside an Apple store is no longer just for fans: it's business. Two enterprising guys put up tent space and chair space on website airbnb for spots in line for the iPhone 4 launch. A spot in the San Francisco tent — for the full-on can't-wait-for-it fanboy experience — would run you $400 a night, more than the price of the iPhone 4 at that time.
Sometimes waiting in line is not an option.
Parisians waiting in line to enter a department store.
Brides wait in line to get married during a mass wedding ceremony at the construction site of the soccer stadium that will host the opening match of the World Cup in 2014, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on June 17. Sixty-two grooms who work on the construction of the stadium were married in a ceremony organized by the construction company.
Meanwhile on the other side of the line: