But I bet it hasn't got the following Practical Tube Tips for Women
1. If you are sitting next to a man with his legs sticking wide apart, don't be tempted to ask him if he is about to give birth, and don't tap him on the arm and say "Push, push".
2. Don't expect any man to stand up for you if you are looking a bit tired or frazzled. The only way to get a seat in those cases is to pretend you are about to throw up. The carriage will clear like lightening.
3. If you do have to travel in a carriage late at night by yourself sit in the very front one and at the seat next to the driver's door. Be ready to bang sharply on it if anyone dodgy gets on and starts hassling you.
4. Despite the fact that the Tube's leaflet has pictures of lipstick "tubes" over it and that a almost a quarter of women (including me) put on their make up on the tube, people (mainly men) will look at you as though you are on the toilet if you do it. But don't worry, it's just cos they are jealous that they can't shave on the tube. Try not to draw overt attention to yourself though by curling your eyelashes with a spoon.