fa-nat-ic. (fə-nāt'ĭk) n. A person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm, as for a cause. adj. Fanatical. [Latin fānāticus, inspired by orgiastic rites, pertaining to a temple, from fānum, temple; see dhēs- in Indo-European roots.]
I think any place that you go to in the world will have a fanatic fan base for something. In Texas it's sports, booze, and church. In Nebraska it's steaks and Cornhuskers. In New Hampshire it's... well, I'm still trying to figure it out. Possibly seafood. Why do I think this? Well today, while heading back to the electronics section of Wal-Mart, a woman (early twenties, maybe) stepped in front of me. What was tattooed between her shoulder blades? I'll tell you: A lobster.
No joke. A big black lobster, probably three inches wide and four inches long.
That is one big lobster tat.
I think yes.