Most important note about me:
I read fanfiction as a way of procrastinating from doing other work.
About stories here:
Sometimes, I do write my own stories. But then I delete them, because I reread them and start to hate them (I'm obviously not a very confident writer).
Random Trivial Stuff:
I will follow stories that have somewhat caught my interest, but will not favorite them until they reach full completion.
I also easily like many things, so it's actually pretty rare for me to dislike something.
(In other words, I'm pretty lenient on the stories that I tend to enjoy on this website. There are, of course, a few exceptions that turn me off right away... That includes certain pairings or stories that completely change what I took as the main meaning of the subject being fanfic'd on.)
I don't usually leave reviews because I'm almost positive that a random smiley face or "Nice story!" is a waste of both my time and the author's time. (You can tell that I'm not a very good reviewer at all. I'm one of those people who like enjoying things... not analyzing them, sorry.)
If you strongly disagree with this and desperately want a positive review so that you feel good about yourself, just PM me, and I'll go leave one... I guess. If you really want a thoughtful review of some sort about your story, however, feel free to PM me and I'll write you a review through PM (again, I'm a terrible reviewer and might just end up excessively praising your story instead of constructively criticizing it).
Honestly, my "favorites" are actually more of all the stories that I've already read and enjoyed so I don't end up accidentally rereading them thinking that they're stories I've never read before.
I tend to bounce a lot on this website into many different fandoms and follow/favorite a bunch of stories... because I'm never fully satisfied with the original canon content that's been publicly released.
To find out what fandoms I like, just do "Crtl F" and type in a fandom name.
I will look into a fandom occasionally after being introduced to or have my interest reignited in it (i.e. recently watched a movie, read a book, played a game...etc.).