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It wasn’t so much the flying monkeys, as it was the monkey poop.  

Dean had taken a liking to a few of them, as they had taken to detailing Baby after he’d only shown them once how he liked things done - he could see his face shining in the hood in no time. Another would nod at his requests for specific screwdrivers and wrenches, always passing the correct one to him whilst he was rolled underneath. Hell, they even fetched him beer.

Sam took the last beer out of spite, and then he scooped.

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This just in: Dean has frequent and sometimes extremely long phone conversations with Sam (17 minutes, really?) even though they live in the same bunker. 

Mary does not know how to filter spam, but subscribes to Biggerson’s newsletter. Dean keeps her updated on the goings-on of their lives and also I wonder if Mary told Sam the name of that guy?

Random observation: It’s kinda funny that the monsters Dean chose to remark on (and those Sam chose to remind Dean about) were Djinn and Sirens. You know, “I’d rather stab myself than live in a world where we were estranged” Djinn, and “I’m not a hot chick but an actual literal stand-in for your brother” Sirens. I mean. Just, you know. An observation. Because “Happiness means nothing if I don’t remember you” wasn’t quite clear enough.

Dean’s Top 13 Zepp Traxx

To Cas

  1. Ramble On
  2. Traveling Riverside Blues 
  3. What Is And Should Never Be
  4. When the Levee Breaks 
  5. Houses Of The Holy
  6. Kashmir 
  7. Since I’ve Been Loving You
  8. Whole Lotta Love
  9. Good Times Bad Times
  10. Heartbreaker 
  11. Bring It On Home
  12. I Can’t Quit You Baby
  13. You Shook Me

From Dean

(spotify playlist link)

here’s what cas carries in dean’s his old dufflebag whenever he’s not home:

  • two ids: jimmy novak’s driver’s license (real) and an fbi badge (fake.)
  • a hooped keychain with a spare set of keys for the continental (now impounded), his truck, and the bunker’s front door.
  • an angel blade. whether it’s his or a spare, he doesn’t know anymore.
  • a few changes of clothes. in particular: two flannel shirts, three t-shirts, two pairs of jeans, a hoodie, and clean socks and boxers.
  • some money, usually tucked away in a side pocket but it always manages to get loose and end up on the bottom of the bag, mixed in with loose buttons and bottlecaps he’s found on the side of the road.
  • swirl mints and scrunched packets of raw sugar from biggersons.
  • a collection of postcards from various gas stations across the states. 
    • none of them are addressed, but each of them has a small confession on the back, such as: “i watched you rake leaves.”
  • a small vial tied to a piece of leather string. its insides swirl against the glass and glow blue-white in the dark.