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Off Her Doodle – Britney Spears No PUSH Over

by | 2nd, March 2007

off-her-doodle-britney-spears-no-push-over.jpgBRITNEY Spears has scribbled on the back of her hand.

No, scratch that.

Britney Spears has a hand with scribble on the back of it. This is more accurate. We cannot be certain that Britney’s scribbled on her hand only that there is scribble on it.

There is so much drama in Britney’s life that it is easy to overlook the little things and stray from the facts, such as they are.

The Mirror looks at these “bizarre doodles”. “What is going on with Britney?” it asks. The paper’s hand graphology expert sees the word “PUSH”, an acronym for “Pray Until Something Happens”.

A ring is drawn about her index finger.

“BRIT’S IN A WRITE MESS,” says the Star on its front page. In “Cranky Doodle Britney”, the paper sees Britney leave rehab and head to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. And it looks at those “mad scribblings”.

The paper studies the hand. And it realises that some of the markings are reminiscent of the “cosmic order” daubs that have appeared on the hand of one other star. In a life of shocks, we ask: Is Britney turning into Noel Edmonds?

The paper solicits the expert eye of Dr Lesley Perman-Kerr. She sees no beard on Britney’s aura. But she does tell us: “Britney may be trying to get something across to people that she is unable to say out loud.”

Can it be that Britney has taken to communicating by signs? If so, she should note that the trick failed to work for her fellow singer Prince.

Note the word “PUSH”. The Star’s expert says this could be a sign that Britney has had enough of being pushed around. “It could also be a way of coping with post-natal depression,” says the doctor, field unspecified.

This is something that is sure to run and run and run – like the ink on Britney’s hand…

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