I’m having a argument/debate/discussion (in good spirit) with a my mate about the following situation and as with most arguments that actual core issue has been left behind along time time ago. Therefore I thought the best way to settle who’s right and who’s wrong is by asking some unbiased people what they think: The names have been changed to protect the innocent and I wont tell you who I am or where I come into this situation!! Peter and Paul decide to book a 10 bedroom holiday home for 3 days for their joint birthday celebrations (their birthdays could have been any time this year). Only 2 of the 10 rooms has an en-suite so the other 8 couples will have either twin or double rooms and share a couple of bathrooms. The total price of the hire of the house costs £1000 (theoretical cost only to make it easier to do the maths). Question 1 – Who should have the 2 en-suite rooms? Question 2 – How would you go about informing the other couples of your decision? Question 3 – How should the cost of the holiday of each room be divided up between the couples (in theory rather than doing the maths)? Question 4 – How would you tell people of your decisions or do you think it’s fair enough to assume that common sense should prevail and no one needs to be told? I'll let you know where I stand and what the out come has been a little later on.