Cas just wants to make Dean laugh, so he spends an entire afternoon looking at the snapchat app he downloaded. He has seen on the Internet that you can add silly illustrations and decorations to your “snaps”. Instead, he just ends up sending Dean a three second video of himself squinting at the screen saying “Is this- how do I work this?”
Dean responds back via text that he has no idea, that he’d much rather see Cas in person anyway. So Cas zaps himself to Dean’s motel room. He expects Dean to want to watch a movie, chat about something trivial, before they go to bed and get lost in each other.
But Dean pulls him down to the bed and grabs his phone. They spend the next hour taking pictures of themselves with flower crowns, with distorted faces, with puppy ears. They laugh until their stomachs hurt at the horror of the face swap incident.
For a night, they forget about the evil that always seems to be one step ahead of them. All they care about is watching bubbles explode over their faces as they kiss.