woman surprisedIt is said that when the famous American columnist Dorothy Parker first came to work at The New Yorker, she found herself isolated and lonely in her small office there.

Never one to be ignored, she managed to convince one of the janitors to paint the word "MEN" on the door to her office.

After that, she said, she met lots of new people, and all of them male, too.

"Only one thing," she added, "they always seemed to be in a hurry."