The interdisciplinary project âCyber Echoesâ analyses fan fiction; texts written by fans who use characters; places and themes from a source text; place them in a context they construct; and publish the texts on the Internet. One part of this project is linguistically oriented; and sets out to examine the language of a source text (a novel; a tv-series; a movie etc.) and the texts written by fans. This is where this paper is initiated. Is is also inspired by a Danish article by Scheuer (1995; english title: âHis wife and her breastsâ); who has made a quantitative study of the possessive pronouns in the dictionary âDen danske ordbogâ (âThe Danish Dictionaryâ). What is interesting is of course not the pronouns themselfs; but rather what follows. âHisâ followed by a certain noun tells us something about male ownership; while what follows after âherâ shows some relation between certain objects/ phenomena and women. While such a study can be interesting in itself; this paper aims to compare a source text â in this case Bridget Joness diary by Helen Fielding â with some fantexts that take place in the Bridget Jones universe. The object of the study is the nouns that follow the possessive pronouns; and the focus is to detect similarities and differences in the texts with a gender aspect in mind.