What is your fanfiction preference?

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by Posy, Dec 15, 2016.

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  1. EXO x EXO

    33 vote(s)
    66.0%
  2. EXO x OC

    8 vote(s)
    16.0%
  3. I don't read fanfiction

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. I like both

    9 vote(s)
    18.0%
  1. 38Sr

    38Sr Official SM Certified EXO Fanartist
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    While I want to say Exo x reader I get tired of the reader being the same girl. Because for some odd reason every exo fan has colored eyes and blonde hair/kriswha

    But yeah I'm into Exo x Exo. Fluff or smut. Mostly smut.
     
  2. froyomin

    froyomin Aeri

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    I prefer ExoxOc, I want to feel me /suhojudge, Exo already hogging Exo 24/7 365 ,everyday, /ragexing

    At least in a fanfiction I could feel my self near Exo, get it get it??? /shypcy

    I'm so mad at Exo because they got chance to be near Exo lol /ragexing
    But I still read ExoXExo /legendarybaek
     
  3. Daestiel

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    I hate EXO x OC and EXO x Reader, Idk it's so cringey to me no matter how good the author is, but lately I haven't really been into EXO fics, I can't find anything to really get into, I've read, of course all the fandom favourites, but High School/University AUs, Cafe AUs, are my favourites, I can't really deal with character death or angst T_T
     
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    captainamerikai catfish sugar daddy

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    the fact that exo x obama isnt on the poll caught me off guard too but never accept rejection as failure
     

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