Inspired by this post’s wonderful AU: ‘we take the same elevator every day and due to a misunderstanding I assumed you didn’t speak english and I’ve been talking to my friend about how hot you are for three weeks and apparently my friend has known from the start but you agreed not to tell me bc you both think its hilarious what the fuck’
(sorry if I made mistakes in RUssian and sorry for not writing in cyrilic – it’s simply because I wanted others to understand how it’s pronounced, and if I even messed that up, please tell me)
“Da, da … Nyet, spasibo. Haroshevo dnya, mama. Poka.”
Dean quirked an eyebrow as he entered the elevator with Sam, who nodded politely to a man already standing in there.
“New guy?” he murmured to Sam.
“Yeah, works on my floor,” Sam said back. “Castiel Krushnic. And before you ask, yes, he’s from Russia.”
The dark haired man looked up at the mention of his name and smiled politely at Dean, who absolutely did not gulp when the ocean blue eyes faxated on his, even if for only a brief moment. He nodded at Mr Krushnic and turned back to Sam.
“Hm,” he said and pursed his lips in approval. “He’s hot.”
The elevator dinged and the door opened, letting Dean out. Little did he know he left two pairs of raised eyebrows behind him.
“Does he know I can …”
“No, I don’t think so.” Sam laughed. “Oh, this is hilarious!”
Even Castiel managed a small smile, which didn’t at all cover up a faint blush.
“Maybe you should tell him,” he said. “At least he would be less embarrassed by the next time he’ll see me.”
“Are you kidding? No way!” Sam refused with a big grin only little brothers could pull off. “He embarrassed the hell out off me when I first brought Jessica around for family dinner. Let’s just say this is my payback.”
“You are just as evil as my brother,” Castiel chuckled. “But alright. It’s not like I can’t forget one compliment.”
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love this fic. And how hard I cried when I first read it. And the several other times after that. Everything about the story is so breathtakingly, heartbreakingly beautifuland the author has to be my new author-crush. This is like the Pacific Rim AU written by the hands of a wondrous, sadistic god. Oh, gawsh. I’ve been forever ruined.