Renegade Rage

Summary: You’re already pissed off, and Dean is just making it worse. 

Pairing: Dean x Reader (Well, sort of implied at the end.)
Word Count: 1330
Warnings: Language, bar fight violence, drinking.
Genre: General.
Challenge: @atc74 and @mamaredd123‘s Fabulous 300 challenge! My prompts were: fight, rage, and Renegade by Styx. I’m only about two months overdue on this. Sigh. Sorry it took me so long ladies, but here it is! 

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anonymous asked:

More Sam requests? No prob mate B-) Reader blabbing and fascinating about her fave actor/ musician and Sam starting to be jealous. What do ya think?

I thought this was really cute, so I kinda wrote something short and funny? Can you call this funny? Anyways, I hope you like it! 

Originally posted by out-in-the-open

“I don’t think so.” You disagreed with Dean from your spot on the couch. You re-adjusted your legs so they lay more comfortably on his lap while flipping a page of the lore book that Sam had practically forced you to read.

“What about a wraith?” Sam suggested, reading a book as well. You shrugged and glanced at the television, whose volume was so low you could barely hear it.

“Maybe. Do wraith’s eat the intestines as well as the brain?” You asked, knowing the answer.

Sam sighed, “Nope.”

A familiar voice pulled your attention back to the television once more.

“Hey!” You exclaimed to no one in particular. You pressed your legs harder into Dean’s thighs to get his attention, “Don’t change the channel.”

He crossed his arms and exhaled like a child: “No need to push.”

“What?” Sam asked, looking at your smiling face as it was illuminated by the television’s glow.

“What do you mean what? Don’t you know he’s my favorite actor?” You asked, leaning your body forward to watch the screen more intently.

“No.” Sam said, “Who is he?”

“He plays some spy named Mark in this movie, watch.” You pointed loosely at the screen. “Isn’t he so hot?”

Dean raised a brow at you while Sam concentrated on the screen.

“He’s alright.” Sam commented.

You hardly heard, too engrossed in the fight scene you knew was coming up.

“Those muscles,” You stated as you watched, forgetting that you were in the company of two men and not your girlfriends from your college days. “And that accent.”

Dean noticed his brother roll his eyes. Minutes passed by, full of you dragging on and on about his movies and how he had an amazing singing voice as well.

“And his hair-” You began. “So soft looking and-”

“Mine’s soft.” Sam grumbled and you snapped your attention to him.

“What?” It took you a moment to process what you knew was a pang of jealousy running through the younger Winchester. Before he could try to take back what he said you smiled, “I’ll be the judge of that.”

You swung your legs off of Dean and walked around to the side of Sam’s chair.

Your fingers met his hair, and he wasn’t lying. Those were the softest strands of hair you’d ever felt.

Dean watched, bemused, as his brother gathered all of his strength not to let out a sigh of contentment.

“You’re a close second.” You lied through a smile.

Sam rolled his eyes for the hundredth time that night before reaching for the remote and changing the channel. 

I Know Everything

Summary: Just because you know someone’s secret, doesn’t mean they don’t know yours. 
Pairing: Dean x Reader
Word Count: 925
Warnings: Mentions of The Mark, angsty feels. I think that’s it?

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Baby’s First Christmas

Summary: Your son’s first Christmas is not at all what you had hoped it would be. 
Pairing: Jensen x Reader
Word Count: 655
Warnings: None. 

A/N: This is my entry for @jensen-jarpad​‘s Christmas Challenge! My prompt was Silent Night

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Piña colada jelly shots

This past weekend I decided to celebrate summer weather with a classic summer drink – jelly shot style.

Perhaps it’s the graphic designer in me that finds transparent, colorful cubes of alcohol-laced gelatin so appealing. Those bite-sized, quivering blocks can hold fruit, such as blueberries or cherries. You can make them into layers or mold them into a variety of shapes.

My inspiration for these came from spying a recipe in the July, 2014 issue of Cooking Light magazine. Their version was alcohol-free, but skewered next to strawberries and rum-soaked pieces of fresh pineapple. It sounded great, but looked odd. I decided to create pina colada jelly shot that included the rum, and use the pineapple and strawberries as garnish.

It didn’t take much tweaking to change their recipe into something like what I was looking for. I substituted a half-cup of rum and a half-cup of pineapple juice for their suggested one cup of coconut water. Then I squeezed in a teaspoon or two of fresh lime juice. I topped each with a thin sliver of strawberry and a small cube of fresh pineapple. Hurray! These were creamy, sweet, and delicious success!

Here are a couple of other jelly shots that have appeared on this site over the past year or two:

Piña colada jelly shots, a recipe modified from Cooking Light magazine.


  • 1 ½ cups shredded unsweetened coconut
  • ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1 (13.5-ounce) can light coconut milk
  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup light rum
  • ½ cup pineapple juice
  • 2 envelopes plus 1 teaspoon unflavored gelatin
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • Cooking spray
  • Small pieces of fresh pineapple and strawberries for garnish


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

Spread coconut on a baking sheet. Bake for 7 minutes or until golden, stirring after 4 minutes. Combine coconut, cream, coconut milk, sugar, and salt in a saucepan. Bring to a simmer over medium heat (do not boil). Remove from heat; cover and let stand 20 minutes.

Place rum and pineapple juice in a medium bowl; sprinkle gelatin over top. Let stand 5 minutes or until solid.

Strain coconut milk mixture through a sieve over a bowl, pressing to extract liquid. Discard coconut. Gradually add coconut milk mixture to gelatin mixture, stirring with a whisk. Return mixture to pan; heat over medium heat just until gelatin dissolves (do not boil). Remove from heat; stir in vanilla. Pour mixture into an standard-size loaf pan which has been lightly coated with cooking spray. Cool to room temperature. Cover and chill 4 hours or up to overnight. (The recipe says that the mixture should separate into layers. Mine barely did, possibly because I changed the original.)

Using a sharp, thin knife, run it around the edge of the pan. Using a thin spatula, carefully remove sheet of jelly shots onto a cutting board. Cut into cubes and garnish with fruit. Serve.

Jelly shots: Original series

This is the first in an occasional series of Star Trek-themed jelly shots, and it seems only appropriate to start with The Original Series. I’d like to think that these jelly shots represent some of the different elements from The Original Series.

These jellies all set very well, so you could also pour them into moulds - just make sure the mould is well oiled, so the jelly is released easily. You can also layer the different jellies together, but you need to make sure the previous layer is completely set before you add the next one.

Replicate your own
(Makes 200-300ml of each jelly)

For each jelly, start by emptying the jelly crystals into a bowl or jug, and add 200ml boiling water. Stir until all the crystals are all dissolved and allow to cool to room temperature. Add the alcohol, stir, then pour into glasses, bowls or moulds and refrigerate overnight to set.

Command yellow
Yellow jelly (such as lemon, mango or passionfruit - I used passionfruit)
200ml boiling water
60ml gin

The sweetness of command with a sting in its tail, this jelly is not overly complex (like some captains, some might suggest…) but still conveys the highs and lows that are a captain’s lot. This will appeal to a wide range of people - just as a good commander should.

Science blue
Berry blue jelly
200ml boiling water
120ml white rum (you could use coconut rum if you prefer)
50ml blue curacao

Highlighting the exotic nature of space exploration, this jelly conjures up tropical surroundings and alien shores. It also celebrates the proliferation of blue alien drinks which seem to be spread across the galaxy.

Security red
Strawberry jelly
200ml boiling water
50ml gin
50ml campari

This variation on the classic Negroni cocktail conveys the innate bitterness which comes with serving in a security role. While it is a study in balance between sweet and bitter (necessary for successfully undertaking security work), its final aftertase is a reminder of the risks and dangers of being part of security.