Chey bab i got another thang 4 u. Imagine- futuristic assassin world. Ones a techie to the other as an assassin. Two men. One mission. And one... Sauna. And ofc go with midam
You give me so many thangs it’s fabulous omg i’m imagining it now and it’s beautiful
So my first thought was obviously Adam’s the techie and Michael’s the assassin BUT THEN i thought…what if it’s the the other way around??
Picture this: experienced techie Michael who’s like, late twenties, early thirties, who has risen through the ranks of an underground anti-government organization and proven that he’s valuable not just because of his father, who founded the organization. He’s proven himself to be the best of the best, and he’s done it by being ruthless and cold and calculated, so everyone in the organization and out of it respects the shit out of him, but is also mildly terrified of him.
Then there’s a big job coming up. Like, really huge, the biggest one to date, the assassination of a major political figure. And Michael is of course selected to be the tech part of the duo needed to complete the job. And he’s expecting to work with Dean Winchester, who he doesn’t like much and doesn’t get along with but knows is the best assassin they have. But then for whatever reason Dean can’t do the job - maybe he got caught up in another job or something. So instead, Michael is told that he’ll be working with Winchester’s younger brother, who’s apparently some type of assassin prodigy.
Michael is not impressed, and even less so when he meets Adam.
“I thought you had to be at least sixteen to join.”
“I’m nineteen you absolute fuck.”
And the other thing that really annoys Michael about Adam is that Adam is both disrespectful and completely, 100% Not Afraid of him. Like Michael will give him the patented Glare Of Death, the one that says I will arrange your very efficient murder and make it look like an accident, after Adam says something really sarcastic, and Adam just makes a face back at him. Or when Michael will be trying to explain a thing or come up with a plan Adam will be mimicking him in a super-snobbish voice just to piss him off. And despite it all Michael can’t help but wish that he didn’t find Adam so goddamn intriguing and somewhat adorable at times.
Meanwhile Adam thinks that Michael is the most stuck up, arrogant asshole he’s ever had the misfortune to meet, which would be bad enough, but he also happens to be unfairly hot. Or at least he would be if he wasn’t a total jerk. (At least, that’s what Adam keeps telling himself). It’s pretty clear that Michael is skeptical of Adam’s abilities so Adam takes it upon himself to prove that he knows what he’s doing and can complete the job with minimal help from Michael.
And thus begins a comedy of errors as they take on this job, involving lots of arguing, constant attempts to one-up each other, botched reconnaissance missions including one very awkward and uncomfortable sauna experience, and a buildup of sexual tension as they try to organize a plan to assassinate this one clueless politician, who has absolutely no idea how much drama is surrounding these two people trying to end his life.