Hairstyle Appreciation Day, but I've always thought that the short haircut suited her. But I'm not part of her nightmare sequence, so I guess my opinion doesn't count. It was an honest opinion, though, which makes it perfect for National Honesty Day. I'm betting this is one of Daria's favorite holidays, because she celebrates it year-round.
- Am I A Grownup Yet?, by jones2000 (part 1): "It was a week before her thirty-fourth birthday when she came to the stunningly bitter realisation that she had become a world-class sell-out."
- Carousel, by atiyatortilla (parts 1 and 2): "Neither the deafening music, the heavy scent of weed, or the harsh light of the sun could distract Jodie Landon from a fact that was glaringly obvious. She didn’t belong at this party." (Part 2)
- Circle Of Stryfe (Life After Thirty), by WildDogJJ (part 1): "Five year old Quinn Morgendorffer is laying awake in her bed. It's nighttime and she's visibly frightened. The source of the little girl's fear was loud, angry yelling coming from the living room. Her parents were fighting."
- Daria Ravenclaw: The Highland Years, by Meester_Lee (parts 62 and 63): "Daria’s birthday came around a week later. She’d been through a lot this past year and hoped that her tenth year would be far calmer than her ninth." (Part 63)
- Daria the Vampire Slayer: Hell Comes To Texas, by Charles RB (part 6): "When school let out, Rick slimed over and told her he was going to train her in the fine arts of hand-to-hand combat. So Daria said, as she had to: 'Or hand combat, in your case.'"
- David M., by ST91 (COMPLETE!): "Life is strange. David thought as he took the sun. Last year he was rotting in Highland, now he was on the private beach of the Ruttheimer summer residence."
- The Flashin' Club, by Kristen Bealer (COMPLETE!): "Daria pushed the stack of money across the kitchen table with disgust. 'I can't believe you're trying to bribe me...with singles.'"
- Nothing Else Matters, by YouthofOz (COMPLETE!): "Daria wasn't sure when Casa Lane had become more of a home than the Morgendorffer residences in Highland or Lawndale, but it definitely didn't feel like a home now. It felt as genuine and welcoming as a film set, a facade set up to impersonate something real." (Part 36) (Part 37)
- Sleeping Brittany (IC: Blank Brittany), by Serrallonga (part 4): "Daria made an effort to put her best poker face in front of the Principal, Angela Li. She would never admit, but that fifty-something asian woman attired in a grey suit, with those cold-blooded eyes behind her glasses, made Daria feel like she was facing a poisonous snake."
- Three Devils, by atiyatortilla (part 9): "McGrundy’s was the typical brew pub, nothing fancy or remarkable about it. The cheesy Irish themed decor left much to be desired and the water-stained menu advertised some awful sounding shovel full o’ onion rings but Daria had seen worse."