That term is really starting to piss me off. The other day I did three vans. One had about six hundred pieces, two stops. I could barley close the door when I got to it. The second had five stops five hundred pieces, the third had four hundred pieces two stops. I had to hump all this off myself, and I'm an old guy (43.) Then I did a PM air route. When I came in the next morning I was told that I was three hours "over allowed." I don't understand how they come up with that. I would LOVE to see the supervisor that told me that to do it any faster. The next day I had a van in the morning, two stops, 550 pieces. Then I had a split car with 130 stops, then a PM air route. I came in the next morning to be told "I really don't know what you're doing out there, you were three hours over allowed again." I didn't even take a lunch that day. And I had mis loads I had to deliver, and I had to cover another drivers pick ups because her kid was sick. Is it me, or does this happen to everybody at UPS??