COOL Londoners have headed over to the Thames to see this queue everyone is talking about.
Residents of the capital, who are far too superior to be bothered with any of the attractions that only tourists and provincials on day trips visit, are flocking to an extraordinary pop-up art installation ironically critiquing Britishness.
Julian Cook of Dalston said: “Of course I’ve never been to Buckingham Palace or Westminster Abbey or any of those things. Why would I? I live here.
“But the queue is amazing. Snaking five miles along the Thames, like a human wall stopping anyone making the mistake of going south of the river, it’s absurd, surreal and very Instagrammable.
“It reminds me of the 2012 thing, the Olympics, where all these people pretended to play invented sports and get medals even though the whole thing was a meaningless charade. Only in London would people actually get this, you know?”
Grace Wood-Morris, aged 20, said: “The queue? That’s so Thursday. I’m into the queue for the queue.”