My mind is in the GUTTER… HA HA: Here we go again Not: A Gutter, similar to typography, is the space in between printed postage stamps. When stamps are printed on large sheets of paper that will be guillotined into smaller sheets along the gutter it will not exist on the finished sheet of stamps. Some sheets are specifically designed where two panes of stamps are separated by a gutter still in the finished sheet and gutters may, or may not, have some printing in the gutter. Not: Street gutter, a depression which runs alongside a city street and diverts water off of the street and into a storm drain Street gutter, a depression which runs alongside a city street and diverts water off of the street and into a storm drain And for sure not: Gutter may also mean: In bowling, the gutters are grooves on either side of a lane into which the ball may roll In editorial design, the gutter is the line where two pages come together in a two-page spread In typography, the gutter is the space between columns of printed text In comics, the gutter is the space between the panels of a strip In internet forums, the gutter is a specialized section where few to none of a forum's general rules apply A ghetto or impoverished area of a city BUT: A rain gutter (also known as eavestrough, guttering or just gutter) is a narrow channel, or trough, forming the component of a roof system which collects and diverts rainwater shed by the roof. In many buildings, the purpose of this diversion is to prevent drips off the roof edges. Aside all of the various puns that have Run through my mind I will LEAF you with this!