Friday, December 3, 2021

Do Not Celebrate This Holiday Outside

Daria is just relieved to see that the roof is still there for National Roof over Your Head Day. It's not like she can take that kind of thing for granted anymore.

Today is also the anniversary of the birth of Joseph Conrad in 1857. Conrad was the author of Heart of Darkness, which I'm sorry to tell Brittany is not a love story.

Fanfic Update!
  • The Background Blues, by welltemperedclavier (parts 5 - 8): "Bob studied the stack of petitions that Victor had just handed to him." (Part 6) (Part 7) (Part 8)

  • A Daria and Quinn Christmas, by WildDogJJ (part 3): "A visibly worried Quinn is knocking on the door. Quinn: 'Boys, it's been a long time, is everything okay?'"

  • Daria in the Background, by cfardell_Brenorenz29 (part 3): "'Class, I thought today we'd take a break from the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet to discuss the real-life tragedy that happened last night here in Lawndale. Let's share our feelings of violation following the loss of our beloved cybercaf√©,,' Mr. Timothy O’Neill said to his Sophomore Language Arts class."

  • Daria Ravenclaw: The Year of the Owl, by Meester_Lee (part 51): "Professor Flitwick laid back in his office chair to read and then mark his first-year students’ charms essays."

  • Fizzled Out, by Erin M. (parts 6 and 7): "Jane was lying on her bed watching Sick Sad World when the phone rang. She tried to ignore it, but it was clear Trent was either unwilling or unable (or both) to answer it." (Part 7)

  • Rude Awakening: A Strange Christmastime Special, by DIsaac (part 1): "(We open with an outside shot of Quinn’s house. We then go to a shot of Quinn with her hair grown out more closer to High School length decorating her house for Christmas. When Jeffy comes into the room)"

  • Toilet Blow! (Scenes No Daria fanfic should have: The Closing Walls of Schloss Morgendorffer and Casa Lane), by Linnofthewoods (COMPLETE!): "There was only one good thing about going to Aunt Bernice's house to eight year old Trent: her cooking."

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