ASSUMPTIONS or "How the Psyche does its Sums" Scenario: Near where I live is a suburb called Petone. Now, depending on where you live in the world, there are different pronunciations of that name. People born and raised in UK would say 'Pet - One'. Whereas the Maori say 'Pe-Tone-ee'. So, true story, someone straight off the boat from England takes a train to this suburb, thinking he was going to a funny-named place called Pet One. Not being entirely sure of how far this was from where the train started, he assumed he would hear the guard calling out the names of the stations as they passed through - he ended up miles further inland because the guard never said what he was waiting to hear. Moral of the story being (and why I put this in Soap Box) is beware of assumptions, they can bite U on the ass! Don't assume about how things are going to be before you actually get there Anyone got any more assuming stories?