I was driving around one afternoon and saw a car with writing on the windows. Since we just had graduation season, it isn't all that unusual to see that stuff.
The message on the window?
Honk if you (heart) Britney
Now this isn't necessarily a reference to Britney Spears, since (especially after her appearance) there are probably a number of people who spell their names "Britney."
Except that there was one other thing written on the window.
Now that just happens to be the name of an album by Britney Spears. And a tour. And for all I know a fragrance or a dessert topping or something.
"But John," you're saying to me, "you live in El-Lay where they do all sorts of weird promotions on Hollywood billboards."
Yes, but I was far away from Hollywood when I saw the car. Specifically, I was in an industrial park in Orange County.
Now perhaps the car belonged to the 2nd Vice President (Publicity) of the Orange County Britney Spears fan club, and the driver was going to her daddy to ask him to please please please get her tickets for a Britney show.
Or perhaps the 2nd Vice President actually works in the industrial park, and she was heading home because HER daughters were begging her to please please please get them tickets for a Britney show.
Either way, this again shows that "fan" is short for "fanatic."
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