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Listening to Neil Degrasse Tyson and Laurence Fishburne flip out over each other and discuss The Matrix + other Sci-Fi films; our first off-world view of the Earth; Black visibility in Sci-Fi, and the divergence/convergence of Science and God™ like a pair of erudite futurist uncles at a family cookout is the purest thing. I want to be the embodiment of this conversation.

Edit: Linked!

Million Bad Habits to Kick

Title: ‘No Better’ Part IX - Million Bad Habits to Kick

Author: livelaughloveboo

Words: 1556 words

Warnings: language

Summary: Continuation of ‘Dean going with the reader to a weekend wedding event hosted by her judgmental family’

Links: IIIIIIIVVVIVII, VIIIfanfiction (from the beginning); currently - IX,fanfiction

AN: Here’s the last part! Check out the bottom AN for more news and stuff like that.

Disclaimer: I don’t own Supernatural

Teaser:

She and Dean strolled into the vestibule, again one of the last ones to arrive.

But she didn’t care.

Nope. Not one bit.

It was probably because Dean’s hand was on the small of her back and even though it was normal, it felt so much more intimate. And he was rubbing small circles into the fabric of her flowered sundress.

Thinking Out Loud

Title: No Better Part VII - Thinking Out Loud

Authorlivelaughloveboo

Word Count: 2092 words

Summary: Running theme of Dean accompanying the reader to a weekend wedding event with her judgmental family

LinksIIIIIIIVVVIfanfiction (from the beginning); currently - VIIfanfiction

AN: Let me just begin this by saying that I had started to write this scene when Ed Sheeran’s newest CD, ‘X’, came out and I used the song ‘Thinking Out Loud’ for this chapter because I fell in love with it. So I’m not writing it in just because it’s a hot song at the moment… just to let you know.

Disclaimer: I still don’t own Supernatural

Teaser:

The DJ was now playing a song meant for the children to get up and get rid of some of their pent up energy, so Dean went to the bar to grab a couple of drinks. She meandered over towards the only family member that she could stand anymore: her Uncle Jim.