Serial Killer Pt.1

This AU is based off of @refrainbow wounderful drawing! (reblogged already as a heads up!) 

“Another one!” Yoongi slammed his hand down unto the table. The mug filled with coffee spilled a little, little droplets landing onto the newspaper. The headline read; “The Salingja strikes again, Police do nothing!”

“The press is making us seem like fools,” he sighed, rubbing his forehead.

“Should we ask Taehyung to weigh in?” Jimin asked, pushing his glasses up the bridge of his nose.

“Yeah. This is the 5th body, call him in. Hoseok go pick him up,” Yoongi said, looking at the black and white pictures of the newspaper. The body of the victim was mangled, and bloodied. The pictures had blurred her face, but not her body. The clothes were torn, her flesh slashed in many places, huge chunks of it missing from her arms and legs. Though it didn’t seem like it there was a pattern to the cuts. Jin had concluded they were to hide the small wound in the back of the neck that was the cause of death.  He sat back down, watching his officers run around. Jimin was tapping quickly on his keyboard trying to find answers. Hoseok grabbed his helmet, running to get Taehyung. Jungkook came running up to his desk, skidding to a stop.

“Any leads?” he asked the young officer.

“Ah, nothing,” Jungkook said, Yoongi scowled. “B-but! Here the analyzed samples from Dr. Kim.”

The officer handed his commander a manila folder with the police emblem stamped on the front. Yoongi took it and began to thumb through it, his sharp eyes scanning the paper.

“Welcome to the Jangmi hotel,” Namjoon bowed, smiling. He opened the door watching the couple walk through the door. He watched the woman laugh as she held onto the man’s arm. Her fur coat glistening slightly in the warm light of the lamps. Her auburn hair was piled up, held in place by gold glittering bobby pins. Her heels clicked on the marble floor. He licked his lips, watching them out of the corner of his eye. Another guest flicked the newspaper, the sound making his eyes flcik towards him. Namjoon hide a smile when he saw the headline.

“Hello, thank you for your stay,” he said bowing as girl left the hotel, a suitcase clutched in her hand.

“Y-yes, thanks,” she muttered distracted. Namjoon smirked. The girl couldn’t have been much older than he was. Her hair was tied up in a messy bun, her eyes flicking from place to place, her sneakers were worn.

“Have a nice day miss,” he said.

“She is just my type,” Namjoon though watching her walk away.

A/N: Okay! Starting 2 AUs and a mini series… just before school starts. I AM SO FLIPPING SMART WHOOOO FOR ME! Enjoy this AU as well. 

anonymous asked:

can u explain why people see dean admitting he likes chick flicks as some sign of character growth? to me its kinda thw opposite tbh. the fact that its taken dean over a /decade/ to *begrudgingly* admit on his *death bed* that he kinda, maybe, under some circumstance, likes chicks flicks is a sign just how little hes grown. and him calling a brother saying goodbye to a DYING sibling a "chick flcik ewww girly emotions" i itself statement the toxic masculinity

I get what you mean, when you put this into a real life situation it is quite absurd that a guy would go to such great lengths to avoid any sign of femininity and it truly is toxic masculinity at its finest.

However, when you put this into the context of a long running TV show where the characters have long established character traits that an audience has come to expect to see, any subversion of those traits AT ALL is suddenly a huge deal. Because it is the show (the writers) itself making a comment on one of its main characters personality traits and pointing out that this is a flaw that said character is trying to address.

Unlike in real life, every decision that the creators make has meaning. Every slightly ‘feminine’ trait that Dean displays is a comment on his changing character. Yes, it is a long time coming and yes, it is taking forever so it seems, but it is still there. We are not where we were in season 1 when Dean was that macho dudebro who objectified women and adamantly denied liking anything even remotely girly in case he ‘caught the gay’.

But it isn’t just the final admittance of liking chick flicks alone that has lead to our celebrations of Dean’s character growth. It is many many little things that we have picked up along the way. The pink ipod, the Taylor Swift song, the Patrick Swayze obsession (meaning he’s actually liked chick flicks all along), the Dr Sexy fetish, the pink panties, the booty shorts, the ballet shoes… it all adds up.

Besides, that moment with Sam wasn’t Dean saying ‘eww gross no chick flick moments’ because of toxic masculinity. It was him making a joke to cheer up his brother and break the tension because he was facing his own death. A joke that they have made several times in the past because it is an ‘in joke’ between them going back to when they first started hunting together after Dean met Sam at Stanford. In the reality of the show, like the “jerk, bitch” moments, the ‘no chick flicks’ rule is another silly brother thing they do to tease each other, because, lets be honest here, they have ‘chick flick’ moment in practically every single episode of the show, and they KNOW it too… especially after Marie and her ‘Boy Melodrama’ explanation in 10x05.

So Dean huffing and saying ‘no chick flicks’ to Sam isn’t him brushing it off or regressing back to his dudebro ways, its him embracing the term, acknowledging the joke in their ridiculous lives, which is why Sam then says “yeah you love chick flicks” and Dean agrees, because the fight drains out of him then and he isn’t able to keep up the joke in the seriousness and the sorrow of the situation.

The character development in that scene was Dean’s acknowledgement of years of chick flick moments, years of emotional, heartbreaking moments spent with his brother that his past self could never have imagined when he first made that ridiculous rule that he broke in episode 2 of the show anyway. Dean knows this, because Dean has grown since then, he is more his own person now than he ever has been before, and him finally letting the joke drop and admitting the truth to Sam was just another way for him to reveal a piece of himself to his brother before the lights went out.