A Hanson fan. The many kinds of fansons are: ---1. Hardcore Fansons: They own all 5 albums, EPs, live CDs/DVDs, and Strong Enough to Break, which documents how they left Island to form 3CG records, and will explain all this at great length when one mistakingly says "MMMbop." They'll add fansons on FB and are willing to go on long roadtrips to see a show, decorating their rides to signal those making the same journey, encourageing them to honk in solidarity. ---2. Laysons: They occasionally hit the band's site when they release an album, and may go to a concert once or twice, but not motivated to drive for 5 hours to see them. ---3. Hipster Noobs: Being turned onto Hanson's recent music, they're oblivious to the band's past and believe upon discovering them, that they're a slick new band on the scene. They'll say things like, "You should really check out this indie band from Tulsa. They sound like Eric Hutchanson." ---4. Male Fansons: Almost non-existent in the begining, are increasingly prominent among fans, and growing in correlation with Hanson's music that appeals more to both sexes. This is mostly due to the creation of Hanson's own label, which no longer obligates them to stoke the desires of teens. ---5. Tap-Out Fansons: Once all over the MMMbop scene, they fell off the wagon, and remain unaware that their once fav band still thrives as an indie w/o their support.
Don't try to school me, Noob. I'm a hardcore fanson
from back in the day, before you hipters thought they were worth a damn!