Request: Could you do a Dean x Reader where they can’t stand each other. Right before a hunt Dean tells her something and hurts her feelings. On the hunt, the reader gets hurt but doesn’t say anything because of what Dean told her. They arrive at the bunker and Dean notices that the reader is asleep and tries to wake her up but notices the blood and freaks out?
Castiel pulled the hood of his jacket up as he walked down the damp sidewalk, still wet from the rain, and crouched down next to the back door.
This was such a bad idea.
He shook his head and pursed his lips. No use in turning back after two weeks of deliberating.
After quickly glancing in both directions to make sure no one was heading in his direction (not that he was expecting anyone to at three in the morning), he shook the door handle.
Castiel murmured a few words under his breath and blew a quick puff of air into the keyhole, smiling when he heard a satisfying click. The gears shifted into place.
The door only creaked a little when he opened it and slipped through.
The more steps that he took inside the museum, the more sure he was that this was a bad idea. When had he decided to live a life of crime?
He paused, taking a deep breath to calm himself. This wasn’t a life of crime. This was one crime that wasn’t even going to hurt anyone, and then he was going to call it a day - forever.
As he quietly made his way through the dim hallways, he mentally ran through the list of ingredients that were needed for the spell. Most of them were easy enough to find, some would take a little bit of creativity, and one - the most important ingredient - had to be a bone shaving. Sure, he could have settled for some kind of fish bone he picked out of his dinner or something, but when it came to spells that helped you see into the future, the older the bone, the clearer the vision. The clearer the vision, the more his client was willing to pay.
And, well -
Castiel stopped as he turned the corner and looked up at the massive skeletal remains of a triceratops.
As much as I like destiel, do you want to know what's even funnier? The idea that Sam has wrongly thought that they're a couple for the last five years and they're not. Sam, who's gone through being moody and fed up with it and now just accepts that his repressed brother will just never confide in him. Who discretely gives them their private time. When, years later, the two idiots finally realize their in love Sam's rolling his eyes at how they "fakely" pretend it's all new.
Omg I love this. I seriously love the “Sam Knows” trope because….well, Sam knows. Sam knows his brother and KNOWS he’s in love with Cas and it’s glorious.