Domesticfluff (121 domesticfluff fanfics)
far into their relationship, wonwoo decides to quit his job as a writer. mingyu insists for his reason, nevermind the unknown fact that he’s the culprit and the thief who captured wonwoo’s sincere words.
Chaewon knew studying with her girlfriend wasn't very efficient, still it was her favorite way to spend a friday night.
"Friendship is a love set to music" - Joseph Campbell San and Wooyoung are going to try and have a family and not everything is fine and dandy when it comes to planning a family.
Jeonghan and Joshua might never get over the surreality of them being tenderly in love and legally married. (A one-shot of a Jihan marriage and all its ups and downs.)
Two archenemies must come together to save their damsel in distress roommate, Byun Baekhyun, from the new villain in town. But little does anyone know that their identities have all been kept secret from each other, so they're in for a little surprise.
Monday blues aren't really a thing when Jihoon has the most beautiful boy in the universe by his side.
Various short snippets that I'll probably never write full fics for but want to share anyway!
According to Chanyeol Sunday mornings are meant for lingering touches, indulging kisses and staying in bed.
The story of how Kim Sungkyu fell in love with his bestfriend Nam Woohyun and how they continue to love each other after years of being together. Based on the song "FALL" by Justin Bieber
A short family taoris drabble with pregnant Tao and his two children enjoying a typical morning together
What would you do if the love of your life but also your ex girlfriend showed up at your door for the first time in years? Seulgi didn’t know, she didn’t know what to do when she opened her front door to see a pregnant Irene smiling weakly at her.
minho needs a song to help him fall asleep & jonghyun pays him an extraordinary visit to give him just that -- and maybe more.
Daniel is sick and needs some TLC from one (1) Park Jihoon.
If Jimin could make a list of what this pregnancy was like, he would separate it into two different and contrasting sections. The first section would be the worst things about pregnancy, and the other would be the best things about pregnancy.
It's always like this.