There was a woman who used to come to my gym and swim in the pool every day. Bless her, she looked like she was about to deliver at any moment, but to be fair, that could have been just because the rest of her body was very slim, and also in a bathing suit, so her pregnat belly was that much more accentuated.
Anyway, I was talking with her one day and she said she had "about 2 more weeks" to go. I saw her a couple of days later taking her regular swim. After she got out of the pool, another woman turned to me and made some comment about her being "ready to pop." So I said that she'd told me she had a couple of weeks to go. Then some guy says, "She said it was a couple of weeks a couple of weeks ago! She makes me nervous!"
I so wanted to ask why - I mean, seriously? First of all, the real world isn't TV - very few women go into labor and deliver on the spot. Secondly, I think assuming that the woman doesn't know what she's doing is pretty rude, and insulting. If someone has to make an assumption, why not assume that she and her doctor both know what she's doing and are ok with it?