Just for ammusement. I've had this situation several times since I started my new job back in December and I'm sure it can't be just me. This evening was a classic example. My patient, a Wado Ryu yellow belt, injured himself whilst training. Making the assumptiuon that I knew nothing about Karate he started to explain what a roundhouse kick was! I assured him that I'd grasped the idea.
It was around twelve years ago that I worked with an agency lady who spent the night shift telling us all about her Karate. I let her carry on. Toward the end of the night she asked if I'd ever considered having a go at Martial Arts (I started in 1990!)
I learned a long time ago never to assume anything. That Jujitsu Orange may just be a Karate 3rd Dan / Kickboxing world champion / ugliest streetfighter in Britain.