By Ann Limpert
Updated January 14, 2000 at 05:00 AM EST

WEBSITE//SOCIETY FOR FUTURE HUSBANDS OF BRITNEY SPEARS Out-screeching a swarm of hormone-driven adolescents is pretty tough when the object of your affection is pop’s reigning princess, but Adam Dalton and Justin Ong put forth a passionate, if erratic, effort with the Society for Future Husbands of Britney Spears ( MrSpears). The popular site (it gets about 20 new why-Britney-should-love-me entries per day) not only gives male teens a place to voice the cries of their pint-size hearts but is driven by the belief that Miss Spears is perfect wife material — ”intelligent, successful, has hit videos on MTV, talks with a really cute Southern accent…DEATHLY HOT!”

Between gazing at photos from Britney’s Rolling Stone spread (the one that reminds you how barely legal she really is), scroll through musings by the society’s globe-spanning members (who provide stats such as hometown, height, weight, and age). You’ll find boys both simple (”I like her and the songs she sings”) and poetic (”Roses are red/Violets are blue/But dam [sic] Britney nothing looks as good as you”). There is even a reply from someone who claims to be Britney herself. Unfortunately for the wannabe Prince Charmings, this Brit reportedly already has a Valentine’s date with the real deal — England’s Prince William. B-