Fashion Revolution Day, but I'm not about to tell them. Not when they're armed, anyway.
Since this is also World Day for Laboratory Animals, we should spare a thought for the poor mouse from "The Lab Brat," whom fandom has named Roger. I sure hope that traumatized little guy found a good home. Preferably one without young, sadistic boys in it.
- Daria of Morsang-sur-Orge, by Rémi (parts 14 and 15): "Daria (deadpan) : The famous thermal baths of Aachen, build by King Charlemagne with the techniques and lore of antiquity. I was told it was a marvel worthy of the Romans of old, and that I should see it with my own eyes. Well, about the « seeing » part, I’ve a slight problem..." (Part 15)
- Daria: Spin the Bottle, by Meester_Lee (part 1): "Daria looked at the novel she was reading and scowled. It was a Nineteenth-Century classic that she’d probably have thrown at her in some future college-level English Literature class."
- Daria: Winter Is Coming, by Meester_Lee (part 16): "Daria was not a morning person, and when she finally rose, she not only saw that there weren’t any clean and dry towels left in the upstairs bathroom, but that there wasn’t much hot water left, either."
- The Death of Tom Sloane (The 1002 Deaths of Tom Sloane), by OzFerret (COMPLETE!): "The doctor sat at the large mahogany desk that dominated his office. There were the obligatory degrees and certificates decorating the wall and the usual Medical book case of the usual medical books, but it was the desk that drew ones attention."
- Nauseating Prize, by Lady Evil (part 1): "'OK, Tom, here’s the deal.' said Jane. She took the box of chocolates and take out bag from his hands. 'I get dinner, you get lost!' She slammed the door in his face."
- Raw Deal (The 1002 Deaths of Tom Sloane), by Lady Evil (COMPLETE!): "'Hey, Butt-Head!' said Beavis. 'I'm glad we quit our jobs at Burger World!'"
- Worth the Trip, by Zetor (part 3): "Daria eyed her niece with a measure of respect as the girl wolfed down chili fries at what a more responsible adult might consider an unhealthy pace."