Monday, November 15, 2010

Strawberry syrup? Cranberry juice? Cherry soda?

Today is National Clean out Your Fridge Day, so it's time to throw out the Mold Formerly Known as Cheese and whatever that stuff in the foil used to be before it gained sentience. Also, what's that red stuff?

Anyway, this seems like an appropriate place to share this song. Enjoy it as you browse this list of new fanfic!

  • The Cards You Are Dealt, by Doggieboy (part 4): "'Freeze!' The command from the young policeman made both Scarlett and John stand still and keep their hands where they were. Both of them stared at the pistol he aimed at them, and she shivered from the memory of a pistol being aimed at her before..."

  • Daria/Dorian Ch. 10: Parades Stink!, by LadieT (COMPLETE!): "Looking over in her direction, he felt his anger rise when he saw Tom only to have it subside when he realized that Tom was there with someone. Smiling, he gave a thumbs up to his girlfriend as they rounded the corner and headed to where the floats would be parked once they reached the end of the parade route. That's when all Hell broke loose behind him."

  • Eye on the Ball, by HolyGrail2007 (parts 1 and 2): "Finn was fine, the school counselors had said there wasn’t a problem with him. Helen had Daria to deal with right now, and the problems that came with having a brilliant girl." (Part 2)

  • The fiercest battles lie within, by VPrad (parts 24 and 25): "Hello, my name is Anthony DeMartino, and if you’re hearing this it means that probably I’m dead and Sloane’s people haven’t found yet the suitcase. Time is a valuable asset, so I’ll go straight to the point." (Part 25)

  • The First Week: Day One, by Chris Tucker: "Jane flies down the stairway. She NEEDS to be there when her friend walks through the doors. To be there if her friend can't make it through the doors."

  • God Save The Esteem 11: Ridin' Slowly, by Charles RB (parts 3 - 5): "'Why doesn’t the Tank have a toolkit in it?' 'What, you want us to live safe lives, like... like common rat-racer conventionalists?!' 'Yes.' Max had no comeback to this." (Part 4) (Part 5)

  • How Patriotic (LLH mini), by psychotol (COMPLETE!): "Jason Stevens retrieved the clipboard from the cab of the truck and walked over to the bomb range’s manager to get his signature. A Foreign dude with a flower pinned to his high visibility jacket. A flower, like a damn hippy, on today of all days."

  • In Silence Sarcastic, by Trscroggs (Updated!): "As Daria explained what she wanted, Jodie’s expression changed from curiosity to one that witnesses would almost call evil."

  • It's Eureka, Daria: Spiral Dynamics, by RLobinske (part 3): "'Atomic rockets?' Jake said, excited. 'You mean like Buck Rogers? When are we going to see them? Think of the marketing possibilities!'"

  • The James Lane Chronicles Chapter 3, by InvisibleDan (parts 4 and 5): "James looked at the card again and read the poem to himself. He chuckled again, knowing the trouble they were about to start. He turned to Daria and said, 'I knew there was a reason why I like you.'" Part 5)

  • Jane Morgendorffer, by LadieT (part 24): "After Christmas vacation, the rest of the school year seemed to fly by. As her fourth grade year was coming to an end, Jane was called to Principal Brown's office. Walking into the room, she saw Helen and Jake waiting for her. Sitting down next to her parents, Jane began to wonder why she was there."

  • The Law Club (Whatever happened to Tommy Sherman), by cfardell_Brenorenz29: "'Sandi, I am quitting my position as Vice President and my membership of the Fashion Club!' Quinn said, from her position outside Sandi's bedroom door."

  • Lawndale and Sandi Griffin’s Genie (Chapter 2), by cfardell_Brenorenz29 (part 1): "Stacy awoke trembling as she remembered the events of the day before. 'It was just a dream,' she said. She then realised, 'or was it?' she grabbed her diary and read the most recent entry. 'So, it did happen!' She fainted back into her bed."

  • Lawndale's Finest: Detective Stories #6, by LSauchelli (part 2): "Daria shook her head. 'The only thing I was interested in right now is the portable crime lab anyway,' she pressed a button and then a QWERTY keyboard expanded from under the steering wheel. She started typing like a maniac on Prozac. 'Someone, or more precisely, something, was here tonight.'"

  • Legends Of The Metal, by TheExcellentS (parts 1 - 3): "Then out of nowhere, the stage broke open, almost as if a volcano was about to erupt, and out came a demonic, metallic creature. Its head looked exactly like that of the stage, while its body glowed a bright orange, as if hot magma ran through its veins. Its eyes and its horns bore mighty flames as it gave a thunderous roar." (Part 2) (Part 3)

  • A New Set of Rules, by Dennis (part 17): "There was something in his voice that for a moment, just a moment, nearly reached through the ice in Daria's chest, but she remembered her mistakes, the faces of guys who had hurt her, all the way back to Trent telling her, 'If you were a little older maybe I could take you out.' The moment died, and the cold reasserted itself. 'I think you should go, Bryce.'"

  • On The Night Shift (Whatever happened to Tommy Sherman), by Brother Grimace (COMPLETE!): "'I'd like two packs of Silvermint gum, a bottle of Sparkle Zero, and, oh, to spend a few minutes laughing at you.'"

  • Pigs In Space: The Purple Menace (Non-Daria), by peapotmaster (COMPLETE!): "It time for Pigs In Space! In our last episode, the crew of the Swinetrek just escaped from a great threat...low ratings!"

  • Raft College: The First Year, by rglovejoy (part 34): "Soon it would be seven, and she wondered if she should go to this Bible thing. Flip a coin? She shrugged. Daria was caught up with her schoolwork, so she did have the time. Oh, what the hell."

  • Round Robin: The Esteem Loop, by Charles RB: "That left only two options: either some unexplained phenomena really had sent her back in time, or she was going insane. There was a clear and rational response to this. 'OH ****ING HELL'" (Brother Grimace's entry)

  • Trust, by Kael Seoras (part 1): "She entered the café wearing the same sardonic smile she always wore, and nearly had the wind knocked out of her by a petite auburn-haired girl who was throwing her arms around her in a vice-like grip. Jane lost her cool facade as it registered that for the first time ever she was feeling what it was like to be hugged by Daria Morgendorffer. She didn't know whether to be touched or very worried."

  • Unfinished Sympathy, by medusaspath (parts 5 - 8): "Jane had a sort of aloof, sardonic coolness that made Quinn feel jittery at times. She found herself comparing the sullen artist demeanor that Jane possessed to the look of brooding, 'rebel' heartthrobs that girls would go hysterical over. It was something in her slouch, her half-lidded eyes, and her uninviting smirk. Of course, it wasn’t exactly the same. Jane was more genuine, and her distance and wit seemed more organic."

  • Unnamed story (Scenes no Daria fanfic should have: Damn The Torpedoes!), by DrNoGood09 (COMPLETE!): "Daria: Now then, who's our navigator? Kevin: I am. Daria: (panic) Man the boatssssss! Daria and children first."

  • Unnamed story (Scenes no Daria fanfic should have: Damn The Torpedoes!), by Greystar (COMPLETE!): "Lunch was turning out to be as dull as ever. Quinn and the rest of the Fashion Club were holding up the serving line with an intense discussion over which fat free dressing was the more fat free than the other one. With them so occupied they didn't see Joey, Jeffy and Jamie walk into the lunch room wearing the exact same clothing, a cardnil sin that would have caused Sandi Griffin to go into an apoplectic fit."

  • The Vision of the Burning Cities, by jtranser: "'Listen, Daria, when I dream, I'm like a god! In fact, you can pray to me!' 'O.K., how's this: Our Kevin, who art in Lawndale, hollow be thy brain.'"

  • Whatever happened to Tommy Sherman, by Chris Tucker: "The right fist came out of nowhere, breaking her nose and glasses as one. The force of the blow lifted the petite girl off her feet, sending her crashing into the lockers across the hall."

  • Worldburner: NegaJane, by Erin Mills (part 4): "Suddenly, there was a rush of wind as air was displaced, sparks flew from the brass gauges and switches on the control panels, and the scent of ozone filled the room. Ruttheimer spun around, his opera cloak swirling dramatically behind him. His expression of unbridled evil turned to one of astonishment as the faintly glowing electric apparition that had appeared in the room looked around and smirked."

  • Worldburner: When It Rains, by RLobinske (part 1): "Six closely set lines were flashing red and oddly, faint lines connected them to each other. Richard noticed and sat down at the station, quickly entering commands to analyze the deviations. 'Please, don't let it be that.'"

  • Y-Me?, by HolyGrail2007 (parts 35 and 36): "Carrie left in a huff, her girl squad following. Giggling the whole way. At first, Quinn wondered if she pushed the envelope too far. But then she remembered Carrie’s treatment of Mitch, how it mirrored her own. There was nothing worth saving for that part of Quinn, and it wasn’t worth sparing Carrie either." (Part 36)

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