Oil Caps have become the latest craze in headgear - the 'in' accessory.
Ever since Oil Caps have come to the notice of the public, discussed on a daily basis as a result of the BIG OIL SPILL fashion designers world-wide have been coming up with designs at an amazing rate.
Oil Caps can be found in all High Class Boutiques and range in price from as little as $1 500 to a staggering $ 1 000 000.
President Obama is reported to have said that he is extremely impressed with the fashion designers and has already ordered 5 Oil Caps for his wife Michelle from QVC.
It is also reported that the President is soon to be holidaying in Maine and will be meeting up with his close friend, author, Stepehen King.
Stephen has already started writing a new novel entitled,
"Oil Spill" in which an oil rig begins to spew oil at an amazing rate, causing tar balls to wash up on many beaches.
The tar balls begin to morph into small 2 legged creatures and invade a small secluded town somewhere in the a Southern State.
Inhabitants barricade themselves inside their homes, first having stocked up on food and water. However, they are still not safe from the marauding 'tar balls'.
Tar balls reach the secluded small town. They crawl through water pipes, crawl down chimneys and eventually begin to attach themselves to family pets, sticking a proboscis into the poor animals, in front of their owners, and sucking the very life out of these poor creatures.
To find out what happens, you'll need to buy the novel.
Barack had the first few pages of Stephen's newest novel, emailed to him and is said to be really looking forward to reading the novel when it is eventually published.
He admitted that Stephen had invited him to Maine in order to pick his brain for details of the recent Oil Spill in order to make his novel as authentic as possible.
This is typical of Stephen King, he loves to get the details correct in an effort to make his readers 'believe' in his characters and storyline. Yes! Stephen King always does his indepth research before starting out on a new project.
Stephen's novel will be in bookstores by October.