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  • Recommended by lettergirlmj
  • Squeak Girl writes some of the most poignant fanfiction I have seen in the South Park fandom. She has every character's personality down perfect, and knows how to create believable drama without feeling trite. She likes to write slice of life stories about the boys' lives as they go through childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Stan/Kyle is the main pairing she focuses on, although there are a few gen fics every now and then. They're all worth checking out, even the bizarre Revolutionary Girl Utena parody. Especially that one.

South Park Big Bang

  • Recommended by Random Tiger
  • The SPBIGBANG is a site that hosts only South Park fanworks, but it hosts both art and fanfic, or even a mixture of such. All of its work has been created for its competitions, where writers write a story which is illustrated by artists, or a seperate competition where artists draw a scene which is written out by the writers.

    General Fics 
Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.

Every Storm Runs Out Of Rain by Courtanie

  • Recommended by: Hyphae
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: A large storm is sweeping through South Park, and our main four need to find a way to cope with the terrors outside their windows and get through the night.
  • Comments: A very sweet and heartwarming family-centric fanfic.

Operation: Beautiful by rensrenegade

  • Recommended by Hyphae
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Takes place after "The Hobbit". Once Wendy's photo is released, "working out" becomes popular among the younger students. When Karen gets in the crossfire, Kenny will do anything to prevent her from falling victim to what he previously thought was the best thing to happen to South Park Elemntary. He also manages to start a new trend in the process.
  • Comments: If you're a big sucker for Kenny&Karen fluff (like I am), you'll enjoy this!

The Mysterion Mythos: Cthulhu Fhtagn by Jizena

  • Recommended by shannanananananana, sanzano, star trail
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Kenny's journey to discover who he is leads him deeper into the Cult of Cthulhu. Stan and Kyle are desperate to help; and Butters and the rest of the town heroes verge on chaos and insanity...
  • Comments: It's really long (and still a work in progress), but definitely worth the read.
    • Seconded. The authors take their time expanding in the psychology of the characters, making them all believable. There are some pairings out there that vary in importance, but the main focus is still on Kenny and Cthulhu. If you enjoyed the Superhero arc, you will love this story.
    • And now it's finished and with a sequel: The Mysterion Mythos: Damien's Inferno
      • Sadly, the sequel hasn't been updated since 2014
      • The Sequal has just been updated as of October 14th 2017

Sick Home by Lance Ruhiru

  • Recommended by Akatsuki Daybreak
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Scott Tenorman reflects on his past and present.
  • Comments: This fic is short, but excellent. It has a creepy feeling very reminiscent of Stephen King.

The Journal of One Kenny McCormick by Seaouryou

  • Recommended by Maxi 1234,, Lucky Ambition and Kalle
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Guess. Kenny McCormick's Journal. Didn't see that coming, huh?
  • Comments: Another amazing story written by the awesomely talented Seaouryou. Read it, and then weep because you know you'll ever be able to write something as good as that. It will make you double over in laughter for an hour and then wipe your tears for another. Read with caution.
    • Seconded. You will laugh, cry and just generally melt with happiness

Lightning by ChaosKirin

  • Recommended by Mystic One
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Kenny is struck by lightning while standing too close to Stan. They both should have died, but because of Kenny's... gift... they switched bodies instead. Naturally, they decide that the very best and most logical way to switch themselves back is to go pay a visit to the Dark God Cthulhu.
  • Comments: What seemingly starts out like just another clichéd "Freaky Friday" Flip fic soon delves much deeper into Kenny's immortality and identity as an Old One. And friendship.

How Cartman Stole Christmas by Cszemis

  • Recommended by That Stalker Chick
  • Status: Dead
  • Synopsis: It sucks being on Santa's naughty list. An outraged Cartman takes jolly old St Nicholas hostage and with the help of Kyle Broflovski, the boys declare war on Christmas and everything it stands for.
  • Comments: Seriously, read that synopsis and try to tell me that this concept doesn't just reek of awesomeness. And truly, it is awesome! It delves into why Cartman hates Kyle so damn much, keeps their Foe Romance Subtext (hell, it even takes it up to eleven on Cartman's part), and gives us an adventure that could easily be an actual episode in its own right. There's, however, only three chapters of what should be a full story, and it will likely never be finished. Nevertheless, these three chapters are sure to please.

Isolated Incident by Mariani

  • Recommended by Metal Gear Chick
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Kyle has been pushed over the edge from being bullied in middle school, is still suffering from it, and has been driven to suicide. Very dark fanfic, and deep too.
  • Comments: Such a deep and sad story. Anyone who has been endlessly bullied in the past can easily relate to it. Wanting to get revenge on the people who bullied them, having suicidal thoughts, etc. A must-read.

Unresolved Mysteries by Nopantspolicy

  • Recommended by Poshi 6576
  • Status: Dormant
  • Synopsis: One day, Kyle remembers one of Kenny's deaths. He's going to get to the bottom of this. Kenny really wishes he'd stop following him and go home.
  • Comments: An extremely in-character look at what might actually happen if Kyle remembered Kenny's death, so much more than what the laconic summary might suggest. Points for canon main character treatments of Butters, too.

Yeah, Dude, Civil War by indirectkissesiniceland and polarspicecap

  • Recommended by: Sotnosen 93
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: Ensemble casts are messy. There's no possible way the audience could follow so many characters from beginning to end and still understand the plot. Coon and Friends and Freedom Pals decided to split up and pursue their own franchise plan, and the Chaos Squad did not intend to be left out. The heroes forget that Civil War isn't supposed to happen until phase three, but suspicious appearances from Jack Brollin/Captain Hindsight leave them wondering if they miscalculated the enemy.
  • Comments: An awesome, slightly AU-ish (in that there's no New Kid and it takes place pre-Season 20) take on the premise for South Park: The Fractured but Whole. The characters feel natural to the show, and there is some absolutely adorable Creek (as well as less prominent Stendy and Tokole) in there for the shippers. One especially nice bit is that it not only remembers, but has as part of the plot that Kenny isn't the only one of the kids (not counting Bradley Biggle) with an actual power...

That's the Endgame by Mitchell Movie Productions

  • Recommended by: Bearquarter 2008
  • Status: Dormant; last updated June 2019
  • Synopsis: Wendy has been having a hard time sleeping, what's it about? And when she does get help, is she on her own, especially after everyone finds out about Ms. Ellen? Who can she turn to in her hour of need? Especially if she's been dreaming about something big coming.

Girls Game by Urshiu

  • Recommended by: G-Editor
  • Status : Complete
  • Synopsis: The girls of South Park make a new club with a dangerous game in motion, but boys aren't allowed. Looks like they'll have to sneak in to find out more.
  • Comments: I thought it was a pretty good fanfic. It gives focus on the girls which I felt was lacking in the main show, while not taking any focus away from the boys. It also brings back old characters like Loogie and Dr. Mephesto which haven't appeared in the show for a while now. Bebe Stevens is actually a pretty good antagonist as I proposed her as a Magnificent Bastard.

My Super Best Friend by Clown-Face

  • Recommended by: G-Editor
  • Status : Complete
  • Synopsis: Post-Season 21. Stan hopes that things will go back to normal now that he's seemingly patched things up with Kyle. However, it's clear there are still some open wounds that refuse to close, and as Kyle sinks further into a depression, Stan struggles to repair the bond that once seemed unbreakable. If not, he could lose his Super Best Friend forever.
  • Comments: It was one of the best fan fics that I have read. It follows the events after Season 21 where Kyle tries to redeem himself for indirectly causing Canada getting nuked and Stan is trying to repair his friendship with Kyle. Others characters include Heidi which focuses on her life after she broke up with Cartman and trying to make amends with Kyle whole Nicole develops a close bond with Kyle. I highly recommends it to anyone.
  • It now has its own page.

Cartman Rising by Marcus Absent

  • Recommended by: BassetHoundsGotLongEars
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Enlisting the help of a group of friends, Cartman finally sets his plans for world domination into motion.

Shut Up, Turd! by I Hate Fanon

  • Recommended by Revelations72
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Synopsis: A collection of drabbles and oneshots revolving around Shelly Marsh, based on Tumblr roleplay prompts. Primarily canon age, with a few pre-canon and post-canon sprinkled in.

How They Communicate by ShadyReporter

  • Recommended by Revelations72
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Shelly and Stan are both more action people and less words. So when Shelly, after a bad day at school and looking for something to hit, sees her brother come home battered, she shows her concern in the one way she knows how. One shot cuteness with fists.

In My Own Twisted Way by uneducatedwriter

  • Recommended by Revelations72
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: In which Shelly Marsh shows that she truly does care for her stupid turd brother and his friends... Warning: some swearing.

Phone Destroyer: Into the Digital World by Clown-Face

  • Recommended by: G-Editor
  • Status : Complete
  • Synopsis: Everyone in South Park is abuzz when a new version of Phone Destroyer is released, one that allows the player to enter their phone and contains a secret prize for whoever gets it first. It's a race against time as players traverse landscapes and battle one another to gain possession of the prize. But does this game have a more sinister purpose than meets the eye?
  • Comments: There isn't a lot of fan fics that are inspired by South Park: Phone Destroyer so this was an fic that got my intrigued. It mainly follows the four boys in their adventure a virtual world inspired by Phone Destroyer, though if I have to choose which character it mainly focuses on, I'd say it would be Kenny. It also gives some supporting characters to shine such as Annie who follows Kenny on his adventures. Plus, the Big Bad is someone I didn't expect, but proved to be such very interesting villain that I even tried to propose her as a Magnificent Bastard ( though how that worked out was interesting to say the least). Overall, I would say it was a fun fan fic filled with action, drama, and humor mostly found in the show, and I enjoy reading and would recommend anyone whose a fan of the show and video game to check it out.

Divided We Fall

  • Recommended by: G-Editor
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Post-Vaccination Special. In the aftermath of the Big Four ending their friendship, the boys have each established themselves as leaders of a section of the school for Phone Destroyer. Though they try to rule their factions separately, fate forces the estranged friends to cross paths again, leading to a collision course that threatens to tear the divided school in half.
  • Comments: Another fan fic inspired by South Park: Phone Destroyer, I have to say it I enjoyed reading it a lot. I liked how it took place after the episode "South ParQ Vaccination Special" and focusing on how Stan, Kyle, and Cartman, are coping with the breaking up of their friendship and how in affects the game. The three boys each run their own factions and having their own group of friends with Stan taking over the Adventure theme, Kyle taking over the Fantasy theme, and Cartman taking over the Superhero Theme. Kenny still makes contact with the boys but also has his own theme the Sci-Fi them. They also befriend other kids who joins their factions such as Nelly and Heidi befriending Kyle and Stan respectively while fighting along their sides. I also enjoyed Red MacArthur became the main Big Bad of the story and that the three boys much unite to fight against her while repairing their friendship with each other (though Red is not the only threat). Overall, it was an enjoyable fic to read and I recommend anyone to read it, especially while waiting for the next season and/or new movies to arrive.

    Shipping Fics 
Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast.

Red String by the pink striper (Slash, Implied Oral)

  • Recommended by Akatsuki Daybreak
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairings: Stan/Kyle, Kenny/Butters, Cartman/Wendy
  • Synopsis: Takes place during the boys' junior year of high school. Stan and Kyle's Ho Yay leads to rumors about the true nature of their relationship, which in turn leads them to see if such a relationship would work. Meanwhile Butters tries to help Kenny deal with his issues and Cartman and Wendy fall hard into Foe Yay Shipping.
  • Comments: All of the characters behave exactly as one would expect them to when aged up to their late teens. The main story is cute and well written, but in a clichéd slash fic way. The two side stories are the real gold, both of them working gradually to their inevitable conclusion and in a fashion that leaves you wanting to see what comes next. So basically, it's a romantic South Park fic that actually works.
    • skrt: Brilliant not in that it invents new tropes for the South Park high school slash fanon, but plays all of the typical plot details and characterizations very well, almost as if amassing them into one super-fic. Does not attempt to subvert any clichés.
    • The single best South Park fanfic this troper has ever read. It adds all the weird things that happen in South Park, without sounding like the author is trying to hard. The characters mature perfectly and maybe Kenny/Butters doesn't sound like much, but it ends up being perfect. I have never seen a characterization of Kenny that I have liked so much, in the end, him being with Butters only makes sense. Very enjoyable, even if slash squicks you.

Bittersweet by lunarwhisperer

  • Recommended by Phoenix Fire 69
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Stan/Wendy
  • Synopsis: My take on what could've been a possible conversation between Stan and Wendy in the South Park: Post Covid movie; AKA me taking matters into my own hands and fixing the lack of Stendy in the movie.

The Roommate by DoAsYouWill (Slash)

  • Recommended by Hook Or By Crook
  • Status: Ongoing, but it’s a Doorstopper
  • Pairings: Craig/Tweek
  • Synopsis: Craig is off to college, where he is introduced to the weirdest person he's ever met. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, (Craig can't decide), that weirdest person is his roommate. Just your typical cliche 'meet as roommates' story, but with a lot of nostalgic undertones.
  • Comments: Okay, so I wasn’t in this fandom at all before I read it. It was recommended to me by a friend, and then I got, well, hooked. The relationship between Tweek and Craig is very well done and all of the characters are accurately portrayed as they are in the show. It’s super funny, but the author’s writing is also very emotionally evocative. The fic is mostly in Craig’s POV so the progression of his relationship with Tweek is so interesting to read. Whenever I get updates from ao3 for it, my first thought is “Sexy Domino Effect” and I die all over again. The hints to the weird stuff that happens in South Park also don’t seem out of place, though they’re depicted as much realism as possible.

Like Pinning Butterflies bysuperfeypower (Slash)

  • Recommended by Pueblocutter
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Craig/Tweek Tweek/Kenny
  • Synopsis: Craig Tucker is sick. Craig Tucker is stalking Tweek. And Craig Tucker knows that he wants Tweek all to himself more than anything else in the entire world. Craig/Tweek WARNING: DO NOT READ IF EASILY UPSET.
  • Comments: The best thing about this story is that it pulls you in and refuses to let go. This is the best Creek story ever because it is so deep and intricate. The boys are completely in character and the events in the story will keep you on the edge of your seat. This story should be read by anyone who loves the pairing of Craig/Tweek and anyone who loves Romance/Horror stories. The writer does a perfect job of balancing out the romance and the horror to weave a complex story that is absolutley perfect and well-written. The link is to the edited version on, and anyone who wants to read the darker and scarier unedited version should go here: [1]
    • Now has its own page here.

Addict by mr. eames (Slash)

  • Recommended by Zerah 92
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Craig/Tweek
  • Synopsis: Craig was addicted to a lot of things. Overuse of non-verbal swearing, cigarettes and even lying. But he really only needed one thing, even if he didn't realize it. He didn't need anything else but him.
  • Comments: The mystique to this story, it's so intricate, if it was a candy, it would be made with the sweetest, most carefully purified sugar, and it would be delicate enough to snap into a million pieces, just like that. It's on the edge, but nowhere close to falling off. It makes sense, enormous amounts, no confusion about what it was you just read, it's in a language clear as day, but as refreshing as water to a parched mouth.

The Sound of Farting by Luigi (Slash)

  • Recommended by Rosie Bloom
  • Vanished from the internet. Please post a link if found.
  • Pairings: Terrance/Phillip
  • Synopsis: Terrance and Phillip get married, but their relationship is threatened when Saddam Hussein and Scott (the dick) join forces to try to break them up.

Not Necessarily Romantic by Seaouryou (Slash, crude language, sexually suggestive scenes)

  • Recommended by jswift22007
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Cartman/Wendy, Token/Wendy, Stan/Kyle
  • Synopsis: Wendy's wanted to be the head of the school newspaper for years. She just never thought she'd have to deal with anonymous love letters, an increasingly distant boyfriend, and Cartman.
  • Comments: Another story written by the incredibly talented Seaouryou. This fanfic is the gold standard for Cartman/Wendy, and the Stan/Kyle subplot is adorable, though much less fresh. Perhaps the nicest thing about this particular story is that it's not simply a bland platform to project a pairing on; the plot is intricate and features twists that you will never see coming. Add all that to witty, fast-paced writing, and you have yourself one of the best South Park fanfics on the internet.

Alive and Warm by KissingForeignFishes

  • Recommended By: That Stalker Chick
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Cartman/Kyle
  • Synopsis: The last few days were treacherously warm. WWII AU Kyman
  • Comments: I think we all know how overused the World War II fanfic plot is when it comes to Kyman. It's only natural, since it is the romantic pair between a Jew and a Nazi-wannabe. So it's no surprise that there are tons and tons of WWII/Holocaust AU fanfics when it comes to this pairing. But, even then, this is a story that takes this painfully overdone plotline and changes it into something else entirely. The plot is focused on Kyle, speaking in first person, as a Jew caught and placed in a Polish ghetto, and his following Eric Cartman's plans to get the both of them to freedom. It's a oneshot, so it's hard to fully summarize without spoilers, but it's pretty long at about 24k words. However, with an eye for historical detail, poetic writing and some great dialogue, this is definitely worth the read for any Kyman shipper.
    • Seconded by Uki. This is one of those rare stories on that doesn't lose sight of who the characters are while giving them such a heart-wrenching, realistic portrayal that you can only sit in stunned silence after finishing it so you can at least TRY to take it all in. 24k words or not, it is more than worth the read.

Craig, Leader Of The Lawn Gnomes by Seaouryou

  • Recommended by Lemonfreak 92
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Craig/Tweek
  • Synopsis: Tweek has never been so sure of something in his life. Craig wants to eat him.
  • Comments: A one chapter story, cute and hilarious, that presents the world (particularly Craig) through Tweek's eyes. Really good writing, the characters are well portrayed and the events are original and unpredictable.

100 Things I Hate About You by JoyHeart

  • Recommended by Lemonfreak 92
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Cartman/Kyle
  • Synopsis: Cartman and Kyle are trapped in an ice cream parlour in the early hours of the morning. To pass the time, Cartman decides to read a list of reasons he hates Kyle. Then the police show up. Some slash.
  • Comments: Amazing and funny short piece that is so canonically portrayed that it can almost be part of a real South Park episode. Excellent writing.
  • Experiment_282: This troper was cracking up towards the end, and agrees that it is like coming out of an episode.

I Came A Long Way To See You by SekritOMG

  • Recommended by Read More Fanfiction
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Stan/Kyle, slight Craig/Tweek
  • Synopsis: A rough couple of weeks in the competitive South Park antiques market.
  • Comments: Absolutely hilarious. Not only does it subvert the normal South Park fanfiction clichés, like aging the characters to their early forties rather than making them high-schoolers, but is just spectacularly fun to read. Stan and Kyle, together for over 25 years within the story, are less sickeningly sweet and more like a jaded, old married odd couple, who run (but don’t own) their own little antique shop. The dialogue is witty and charming, the story is original and amusing much of the time, and all the characters are completely in character. If you have the time, check this story out, if not just for the wonderful portrayal of Stan and Kyle and their lives post high-school fanfics.

Liebe Und Krankheit by "SekritOMG"

  • Recommended by: lizoftheinfinite* "Pairings": Kenny/Clyde, Stan/Kyle
  • Status: Complete
  • "Synopsis": Clyde is affable and insecure; Kenny never even considered trading him sex for free shoes.
  • "Comments": One of the most beautifully written South Park fanfics I've ever read, with ridiculously realistic relationships and possible deconstruction of the slash genre.

Melting Sunshine by theyellowsky

  • Recommended by meltingsunshine (who wonders if the author is the one who stole this troper's preferred skype name)
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Cartman/Kyle
  • Synopsis: Cartman was pretty good at ruining moments. Cartyle
  • Comments: This troper truly enjoyed this little oneshot, and the author in general. The prose is lovely and descriptive, the characters are portrayed fantastically, and Cartman is likable and almost genuinely sweet without being OOC. And this troper was cracking up at the ending. it's not too long, either, but entirely satisfying. A recommended read, for any fans who enjoy the sweeter side of Cartman and Kyle's relationship, but still want the bickering aspect included.

Even In Dreams by Society's Cavity (Slash)

  • Recommended by That Stalker Chick and Mystic One
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing(s): Damien / Pip
  • Synopsis: Darkhearted Damien has been haunting Pip's dreams for nearly nine years, and Pip is bent on ending the nightmare. However, when the two are finally reunited in an explosive encounter, Pip realizes he needs a lot more closure than previously thought.
  • Comments: The South Park Slash fandom tends to shy away from anything that doesn’t involve the typical high school romantic escapade, which is a great disappointment for those looking for something different in their fanfiction. Out of the known pairings in the South Park Slash fandom, Damien/Pip is perhaps the strangest, due to the fact that in the one episode Damien is in, he sets Pip on fire to impress the other kids. However, Society’s Cavity takes the already existing canon with these two characters and supplies the readers with character depth, witty dialogue, humor, sexual tension, a heartwrenching Rape as Drama and a believable relationship (well, as believable as the The Antichrist can go). Perhaps the best part of this fanfiction is how the author analyzes the whole “Anti-Christ” part of Damien, which is rarely if ever done. A wonderful read, and recommended to anyone who is tired of the cliché High-School A.U. South Park fanfiction.

The Misadventures of Cartman and Wendy by Shuggie (Warning: Very mild slash)

  • Recommended by: Marlee Cross
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairings: Cartman/Wendy, Kenny/Bebe, Stan/Kyle
  • Synopsis: High school is over and college is a thing of the past. Rich, successful, and two time zones away from the headache that is South Park, Wendy and Eric Cartman now live in blissful matrimony.
  • Comments: Basically, it's a series of one-shots centered around Cartman and Wendy's married life. Do Cartman and Wendy have a believable relationship without seriously butchering their characters? Yes, and it is hilarious.

Ballet (Fag) on South Park Community (Warning: Mild slash)

  • Recommended by I Stomp On Your Cellphone
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Stendy, Kyman
  • Synopsis: Stan Marsh has a secret; he takes ballet. When this is discovered by Cartman, he tries to use it to his advantage. Unluckily for all involved, Stan and Kyle attempt to dig up some dirt on him- and what they find is more than a little disturbing.
  • Comments: This fic is hilarious. Well, hilarious aside from the Stan-torture that Cartman puts him through, and the squickiness of Cartman's "secret" obsession. This troper's favorite was just how well illustrated Cartman's obsession over Kyle is, and the Villain Song shoutout near the end. When all else fails, quote Disney Villains! If you want to read a South Park fanfiction that isn't a High-School A.U. or a romantic Slash Fic, try this fic.

Keep Me Warm by Sofa King Danny

  • Recommended by Javertshark 13
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing: Cartman/Butters
  • Synopsis: Butters and Cartman have been exiled from South Park, but they don't intend to go quietly. Inspired by the song "Demolition Lovers."
  • Comments: This is dark, but oddly poignant, and one could actually see Cartman and Butters ending up this way.

A Lack of Color by mr. eames (Very mild slash)

  • Recommended by That Stalker Chick and Mystic One
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairing(s): Stan/Kyle (although could be interpreted as non-romantic)
  • Synopsis: "I'm going to kill myself." Stan went to the roof of his apartment building, one determined thought in his mind, and then the redheaded stranger ruined everything. Or maybe he was Stan's savoir. "That's tragic, we've only just met."
  • Comments: Set to Death Cab for Cutie's "Lack of Color", this is perhaps one of the most moving and original Style pieces on This is the author's perception of what would happen if Kyle had never lived in South Park, and Stan had become a victim of "the Emptiness" which clouds his mind and sense of being and purpose. Tearjerker-ness ensues (this troper cried her guts out, especially since "Lack of Color" is one of her favorite songs). While only one chapter long, the emotion of this story comes across just beautifully, and the fact that only Stan and Kyle are really focused on, and their relationship, despite only knowing one another for a few days, gives such a lasting impression. This is so fantastically written that I could honestly gush with praise for hours on end. Mr. eames has stated that this was re-written multiple times, and that shows. Characterization is nothing short of wonderful, the writing itself is graceful and poetic, and the concept of suicide is presented, striped to its rawest of forms, and shown from both a positive and negative light as both Stan and Kyle face their problems and end up saving one another from lives cut devastatingly short. However, I would advise not reading this while "Lack of Color" plays in the background. You will cry.
    • Seconded by lizoftheinfinite. This is the most moving fanfic I have ever read. Words leave me after reading this.

''Colors by Hate Mail Is Great Mail

  • Recommended by: Javertshark 13
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Cartman/Butters
  • Synopsis: "In all their years of friendship, Eric Cartman has been lying to Butters. One Tuesday, those lies finally catch up to both of them."
  • Comments: A very well-written psychoanalysis of Cartman, from Butters' eyes.

"Daddy" by Cynical B. Itch

  • Recommended By: lizoftheinfinite
  • Status: Complete
  • "Pairings" Craig/Tweek
  • "Synopsis": In which poor Tweek has a sucky life. Oneshot.
  • "Comments": Beautifully written tear-jerker.

Teaching STYLE to 6th Graders by BroflovskiFan

  • Recommended by: Mystic One
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairings: Cartman/Wendy, Kenny/Bebe, Stan/Kyle
  • Synopsis: In a class where there aren't too many expectations, students are about to get far more than they bargained for. Bet your school never taught you this.
  • Comments: A deconstruction and reconstruction of what exactly "Style" is and why it's so special. Adult Kenny teaches a sixth grade sex-ed class about more than sex, but about friendship, relationships, and soulmates. Unfortunately, it seems to have been abandoned, but its inconclusive ending still closes on a happy note.

Blindfold by Homicide-Inside

  • Recommended by: Lemonfreak 92
  • Status: Dormant
  • Pairings: Craig/Tweek
  • Synopsis: There are a lot of things Craig hates, but none could compare to his hatred towards Tweek. He bullies him everyday and can't wait to have him gone for good. But even the hardest of hearts have a soft side for everybody. When will Craig find his for the Spaz? He wouldn't know, and he wouldn't care.
  • Comments: Really interesting story that represents how downright hate can become the opositte feeling. A dark aspect on Craig and Tweek's connection. It's not cheesy and the evolution of their relationship is portrayed realistically. Recommended.

Constellations and Waiting Room by mr. eames (Slash, character death; slight blood and gore, drug use, etc.)

  • Recommended by: That Stalker Chick
  • Status:
    • Constellations: Complete
    • Waiting Room: Complete
  • Pairings: Christophe/Kyle
  • Synopsis:
    • Constellations: Christophe's life story was not very long. It began in a drug store at 3 am, where he met Kyle for the second time, and it ended with his death a few months later.
    • Waiting Room: He was thinking of what Kyle said, "Love is watching someone die." And that's exactly what he had done. Set to Death Cab for Cutie's "What Sarah Said".
  • Comments: Lumping stories together that are not a part of the same story/timeline may be a peculiar thing to do, but I did it purposely here. These are the two stories written by mr. eames that are based around Christophe/Ze Mole and Kyle as a pairing (excluding the previous case of The New Year), and while they're completely separate stories, they just seem to fit together as if they should be a single entity. Both are from Christophe's point of view as he details points in his life with Kyle as a secondary yet incredibly important character and how both shape him into who he is now. Constellations is the longer of the two, which gives the reader an insight into both boys’ psyche as their relationship, subtle and genuine, evolves to an almost hazardous point. Waiting Room is all entirely Christophe-centered, Kyle only appearing in flashbacks since it does take place after his death as Christophe looks back on how they met and how they both perceive the concept of death. My praise is unnecessary, as I cannot gush enough about my love for this bizarre but fantastic pairing and how well represented they are here. Please, give mr. eames all the credit she deserves and read her wonderful stories.

Attack of the Cliched Plots By MooseyDoom777

  • Recommended by Candy Cane 14
  • Status: Dead
  • Pairings: Various
  • Synopsis: What could possibly have love triangles, crazy children, impulsive romances, and bad grammar? It can only be…The Clichéd Plots.
  • Comments: This troper can't stop laughing from this wonderful Parody. It makes fun of the terribly written and overdone things in SP fanfiction, (coughJockStancough). The only downer about it is, it hasn't been updated since 2006, when there's plenty of new things in SP fics to make fun of now. Rather you like slash or not, this is a must for those who want a good laugh.

Stupid Gay Conformist Prom By JoeMerl

  • Recommended by Candy Cane 14
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Wendy/Butters, Damien/Henrietta, Various slash pairings.
  • Synopsis: How the "South Park" characters' senior prom is likely to go if most fanfic writers get their way.
  • Comments: This is a good parody and fic with underused pairings. The only thing this troper gripes about though, is that the author should've made the girls(except Wendy and maybe Henrietta) gay too, since the SP fic writers do that too. They also make even the grownups gay(mainly Randy/Gerald). But other then that this fic is good. Like slash? This is for you. Don't like slash? This is for you. A must read.

That Jesus Only Knew Man By Lance Ruhiru

  • Recommended by Candycane 14
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Bebe/Kenny/Mole, hinted Stan/Kyle
  • Synopsis: Like TJOKM, only with less wangst and more sex. Stan and Kyle still aren't gay.
  • Comments: This is a good parody with a funny and good threesome. It's interesting and worth a read.

50 Words of Wetters By Joe Merl

  • Recommended by Candy Cane 14
  • Status: Complete
  • Pairings: Wendy/Butters
  • Synopsis: He might be dumb, but at least he's pleasant to be around, unlike most people. And even if other people think she's a know-it-all, to him she's just his smart, pretty girlfriend.
  • Comments: This troper doesn't normally care for drabbles, but it's a nice, well-written fic of the crack pairing, and shows how Wetters can work.

I'll Try To Fix You By mpkio2

  • Recommended by mittercups16
  • Status: Dormant (last updated February 2017)
  • Pairings: Kyle/Cartman, implied Kyle/Stan
  • Synopsis: Kyle and Cartman are nothing to each other... not even friends. But when both have dreams that the other will die and in the process hang out with each other to protect one another, will they start to develop feelings for each other?
  • Comments: Probably one of the best fanfics I've read! Sure, there is some Stan/Kyle in there, but hey! It's Kyman! Even though it's not M-rated, still good! Recommended to people who love Kyman and a bit of character development. Also recommended to people who want to see the other side of Kyle's life and the other side of Cartman's life. Also, trailer one can be seen here: South Park- CartmanxKyle I'll Try To Fix You Trailer #1. Check also Trailer 2: South Park- CartmanxKyle I'll Try To Fix You Trailer #2

The Adventures of Taco Man and the Robo Inferno By damn expensive eggs

  • Recommended by Kris Simsters
  • Status: Complete
  • Paring: Kevin/Clyde, implied Stolovan
  • Synopsis: In a galaxy far, far away... one boy, Clyde, that's me, will have an unforgettable encounter with another boy, that's Kevin, and embark on a journey of epic proportions. ... Whatever that means.
  • Comments: This story is amazing, what starts out as a quick trip to the comic book store turns into a night of galactic magic between Clyde and Kevin. This is THE Stolovan to read. The romance is slow-paced, even though it all takes place in one night. And its humorous too. If your a fan of Star Wars, the Who, and South Park, then this is your perfect fanfiction.

Dead Man Walking by Red Snake

  • Recommended by: Mkmlp
  • Status: Complete
  • Paring: Kenny/Wendy, Craig/Tweek, (one-sided) Cartman/Kyle, Pip/Estella, and (one-sided)Karen/Kenny.
  • Synopsis: Kenny, now sixteen, was used to being killed off in a number of humorous and horrifying ways only for him to wake up the next morning with no one but himself remembering it. Sure, it sounds weird but it was normal for him, like an overplayed bit, he expected it. So when his crush, Wendy, fresh off her break up with Stan, accidently kills him, he decides to steal a kiss from her when she comes rushing to his side while he's bleeding out. Only for whatever reason, she doesn't forget about this instance...
  • Comments: Despite the odd kind of odd pairing, Kenny and Wendy have a surprisingly well written romantic chemistry. And the story manages to develop their relationship and Kenny as a character, while still keeping the feel one would expect from South Park.