Sandi's not really getting into the spirit of Hairstyle Appreciation Day, but when your stylist is a psychotic nightmare Quinn then I guess it's hard to be appreciative. I gotta say, though, that the short hair kind of suits her. Maybe it's just me.
I have a feeling Daria's going to enjoy National Honesty Day, but I don't think the same can be said about the people around her. Neither of these things are exactly new sensations, though.
- A Blast from The Past, by Brother Grimace (COMPLETE!): "'Miss Morgendorffer! Mister White! How wonderful it is to see the both of you!' Quinn froze in mid-bite of a crunchy ring as the familiar voice rang out behind her; at her side, a pair of mini-eggrolls dropped from Jaime White's suddenly-numb fingers."
- Cops And Robbers And Magic, by psychotol (part 18): "Carrie watched the news as the report that the FBI were raiding all the locations held by Tigerswan for conspiring to sell US military tech to Iran."
- Daria (and other characters) on the Defiant Round Robin, by Kuriamo22 (part 54): "Lt Commander Daniels sat quietly at his station on the bridge as he monitored the time stream for any anomalies or changes while sipping some coffee. Thing's had been relatively quiet for the last few weeks which suited him just fine."
- A Griffin Story: Pregnancy, by Meester_Lee (part 6): "Linda Griffin's hope that bouts with morning sickness would be few and far between were soon blasted to shards. For the next several weeks, she started to have sickness bouts at least twice a day."
- It Came from the Comment Section, by Blake C Stacey (BlakeStacey) (COMPLETE!): "JANE: What the Hell happened to you? DARIA: Mr. O'Neill. He found these people who redraw cartoon characters for what they consider 'realism.' I think I preferred it when the Fashion Club chased me down with cream rinses and Scrunchies."
- On The Road, by elainefr (part 40): "Trent ran his hands over the smooth leather of the journal that she'd given him for Christmas. He traced the imagery of a spiral with his name under it, knowing that Jane must have helped in that aspect and smiled."
- A.R.C CHAPTER 9 Babysitting, by ST91 (part 4): "Back home from school, Daria had no desire or mind to study so she sat on the sofa and watched an episode of her favorite show, Sick Sad World. It was a concentrate of trash TV, the ideal for relaxing and emptying the mind."
- Unnamed story (LLH - Short Entries), by Roentgen (parts 10 - 13): "The Legionnaires, prior to their arrival in Washington, had had a long conversation about what to do for fun. The options for being under eighteen in Washington, DC were rather limited. Even more so for Legionnaires." (Part 11) (Part 12) (Part 13)