A survey has revealed that beer-loving British guys spend one day every year queuing at bars for a pint.
The survey, which was carried out by George Workman, of rent-a-keg.com, also showed that the average English man waited two hours each month in pubs and clubs and in case of female counterparts the waiting time was three-fold.
Londoners were the worst hit, working up a thirst for 46 days in a lifetime.
Those in the North West hang on least - but still notch up 39 days.
And North East people were most likely to flirt their way to speedy service.
"It's staggering to find out how long people are forced to queue," The Sun quoted Workman, as saying.