dirtysluthowell  asked:

I am going to have a phanfiction binge and I was wondering if you can recommend any good long phanfics that ain't to sad?

Got the Glow in Our Mouths (ao3) - “We sat together in Chemistry,“ Dan whispers, and Phil says, “yep,” and that’s how it starts. (a high school au where Dan finds Phil and Phil finds his footing)

Professionally, Yours (ao3) - Dan is an overworked, underpaid, very homosexual uni student in need of an easy job. Phil is a successful, rather lonely businessman in need of a housekeeper. This is their story.

Misplaced - (tw) Phil wakes up in an alternate universe. And then Phil… wakes up in an alternate universe. Both Phil’s try to navigate back to their own life while simultaneously trying to deal with each others’. (AKA YouTuber!Phil tries to deal with the fact that he’s in a band and he and Dan are enemies, and Band!Phil tries to understand how in any universe he and Dan could be lovers.)

YellowPlease stop picking flowers from my garden au/ Dan really likes yellow and his cat really likes Phil

The Way I See YouDan’s shocked when he realises that Phil’s self-conscious about the way he looks. Apparently Phil doesn’t know that he isn’t allowed to be sad when Dan’s around. So Dan takes it upon himself to fix the situation - by complimenting something about Phil’s appearance every day. Trouble is, Dan isn’t very good at hiding his teensy tiny crush on Phil.

Shared Sounds - Fiction. Dan Howell is excited for his eighteenth birthday, excited to hear the sounds of his soulmate, though his journey is not destined to be an easy one. He hears the sounds as soon as he turns eighteen, but they don’t become clear until you hear your soulmate’s voice. And, well, Dan wasn’t exactly expecting his sounds to become clear when he heard an interview given by a member of his favourite band: Phil Lester.

These are a few I read recently that I really loved! None of them are too sad, some just have minor angst but they’re all pretty fluffy and wonderful


“My life had changed and I couldn’t make another record about being a bored, middle-class teenager in Macclesfield, but I also didn’t want to get caught in the trap of making a record about ‘poor famous me’,” he says. “You know, ‘Oh God, Champagne tastes horrible; aren’t threesomes hard?’ So I went quite inward – it’s not about going partying, it’s an odyssey into my brain”

- Matty Healy for NME [x]