'20 Things Men Don't Like About Women In The Office' Is The Most Ridiculous List You'll Read Today

03/20/2014 03:07 pm ET | Updated Mar 21, 2014
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One author from the 1940s had very particular views about the presence of ladies in the office.

University of York student Sophie Gadd shared the following image from What Men Don't Like About Women, a book published in 1945 by Thomas Horton:

If this list is to be believed, all professional women are gold-digging busybodies who have nothing better to do than shamelessly talk about their private lives and use being women to get ahead. (Horton would be happy to learn that things like gender discrimination and the wage gap have firmly put us women in our place -- no more misapplying femininity to get a raise.)

We hope no one who shares Horton's views visits the HuffPost Women "lady corner" any time soon -- we have a lot of assumptions with regard to lunch.

[h/t Jezebel]

Also on HuffPost:

  • 1 "I've always wanted 'made to order dimples!'" -- said no woman ever.
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  • 2 If men hate the sight of you, tell them to kindly step off.
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  • 3 "Gap-osis:" the most offensive way to say "perhaps you should visit a tailor."
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  • 4 Um, actually it is -- and a perfectly desirable one at that.
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  • 5 Because every woman wants to fix "flaws almost invisible to the ordinary eye." Nightmares.
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  • 6 We've already ordered these for the office so we can stay warm all day (while we exercise our intellect).
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  • 7 Take note ladies, use the wrong deodorant and you will be alone forever.
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  • 8 Has your partner refused to kiss you lately? Buy Tangee lipstick! Or dump her/him.
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  • 9 We think dishpan hands should be a source of pride. It means that you wash your hands...
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  • 10 Well, this one isn't going for any subtlety.
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  • 11 Thankfully, we aren't being told that Lysol is an effective form of contraception anymore.
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    To read more about this dangerous trend head over to Mother Jones.
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