Jajaja. I'm not quite sure how to square this account away with my own observation: the phenomenon of arriving at the boarding gate, long before any official tries to create boarding groups, and seeing a queue already dozens of people long. I have never been able to understand why when, faced with a 12-hour flight, people want to stand for over an hour in a queue prior to that flight, simply to get to a seat that is already allocated and they are guaranteed to get.Probably the thing that frustrates me the most is boarding a plane. As soon as boarding starts for special groups (e.g. handicapped, elderly etc) every Argentine rushes the gate even when it's not their boarding group for awhile. They're not exactly cutting because they don't try and board before their turn, but they make it impossible to get to the gate. When I'm in boarding group 1 it's a major effort to get to the gate. It's most noticeable when boarding a flight from the US to Argentina. The gate attendants will plead multiple times with people to step away from the boarding area until your group has been called. They say this in Spanish and English but Argentines just ignore it completely.