Times Square, New York City, through a minty Mojito mocktail lens was the last stop on my day of unknowns earlier this year. Some people find surprises unsettling but we live in a world where so many of us have instant access to information at our fingertips around the clock. If we feel a burning curiosity to learn the average weight of a potato at 4am, we can. If you wish to find out the gender of your unborn child, whilst they're the size of a passion fruit within you, you can & many of us (myself NOT included) aren't even old enough to remember the joy of going to a restaurant & only seeing the menu for the very first time there & then, on arrival. I would argue that in a world like that, surprises are one of the last remaining ways to retain the timeless mystery and magic of the unknown. Who else loves a surprise?