that belt is bigger than half of you

What’s Mine Is Yours

Originally posted by luisafuchsluisa

Summary: Cas asks reader an interesting question that leads to something surprising…

Pairing: Dean x reader (x Cas)

Word Count: 2,200ish

Warnings: smut (oral, threesome), language

A/N: Look what I found hiding in my drafts. Sharing is caring, am I right?…

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You felt your palms getting clammy as you approached Hoshi. This is the last thing you wanted to happen. Probably the only time you’ll ever meet him and you can’t even hold his hand. He reached for your hands and you immediately pulled back, not wanting him to be disgusted.

“My hands are sweaty.” You simply stated, wiping them on your jeans. Hoshi pouted, which made you feel guilty.

You offered him a smile which he happily returned.

He quickly signed your album and pushed it towards you, leaning in closer in. He proped his head up on his arms and brought himself eye level to you.

“Who’s your bias?” He asks, playing with a strand of your hair and tucking it behind your ear.

You felt your cheeks heat up as you looked away and tapped your fingers on the table, “It’s you.”

“You’re my bias.” You speak, smiling shyly while looking at him.

Woozi nudges him from the side, telling him to flirt later, which makes you blush.

“You’re also my favourite.” Hoshi smirks, patting your head.

You hit your head against the wall, “Why didn’t you hold his hand?” You didn’t even get to make any contact.

Your eyes shot open at the touch of a person holding your hand. You spin around and saw Hoshi waving at you, “Hello.”

“Oh no.” He looks down the hallways where a security guard was and pushes you into a room nearby.

shutting off all the lights, he pins you against the wall, hiding you from the window. Your hands grip onto his shirt, pulling him closer. He looks back and let’s out a sigh, “He’s gone now, you could’ve been in trouble.”

“Y-Yeah.” You stutter. You feel his hand on your waist as he turns back around and looks into your eyes.

“There’s something about you,” Hoshi whispers, “It makes me…”

“Makes you what?”

“It makes me… Want you.” He kisses your cheek lightly, making your stomach do flips and summersaults.

“Hoshi?” You said quietly as he hums against your neck. He leaves gentle kisses down your neck and stops at your collar bone.

“I don’t think-”

He tilts your chin up and brings his lips closer to yours until they touch. You tighten your grip on his shirt, hoping that this isn’t a dream.

He places a hand on the crook of your neck, and the other, on the small of your back. He closes the gap between your bodies and deepens the kiss. He licks your bottom lip for entrance which you gladly allow. His tongue roams around your mouth, and he pulls back.

“Show me how much you love me.” He breathes, sending chills down your spine.

You obey him, getting on your knees. Your hands reach for his belt buckle and you desperately undo it. You pulled down both his boxers and jeans, revealing his half erect cock.

“This is bigger than what I had wrote in my smuts.” You mumbled, wrapping your hand against his thick and long length.

“You wrote about me?” He asks, “What did we do?”

You nodded.

“You fucked me so hard that I couldn’t walk after.”

[INFO] 14/12/12 Billboard chose BEAST's 'Good Luck' as The Best K-pop Song of 2014!

1. Beast - “Good Luck”

From big band to EDM to ‘80s synth-pop, some of the best K-pop songs of the year came from honing in on and perfecting a particular concept. But by pulling fresh music inspirations while still retaining their band’s signature energy, Beast truly nailed it with this lovelorn breakup track that spans 360 degrees of entertainment and emotions.

Emotional piano lines and heartfelt croons evolve into fierce kiss-off lyrics over fizzy electronic production. Meanwhile, ominous cellos, sneering violins and other orchestral elements creep in before they’re trounced by throbbing EDM and trap beats as the guys showcase their singing, belting and rapping skills. There isn’t much more you could ask – or that could fit – in this meticulously put-together tour de force.

Crafted by member Junhyung and his longtime collaborator Kim Taejoo, “Good Luck” feels like the singer/rapper is truly at a point where he understands how to make his band’s dynamics shine while pushing himself to create bigger and better productions, undoubtedly a trend that will continue as Beast moves into the second half of their first decade together stronger than ever.

Full list – The 20 Best K-Pop Songs of 2014:

1. Beast - “Good Luck”
2. Seo Taiji & IU - “Sogyeokdong”
3. G-Dragon & Taeyang - “Good Boy”
4. TVXQ! - “Something”
5. San E & Raina - “A Midsummer Night’s Sweetness”
6. Nell - “Four Times Around the Sun”
7. INFINITE - “Back”
8. Hyolyn & JooYoung - “Erase”
9. Dynamic Duo & DJ Premier - “Animal”
10. SISTAR - “Touch My Body”
11. MC the Max - “Wind That Blows”
12. Orange Caramel - “Catallena”
13. Loco Featuring Jay Park - “Thinking 'Bout You”
14. 15& - “Can’t Hide It”
15. Park Hyo Shin - “Wild Flower”
16. Girl’s Day - “Something”
17. B1A4 - “Lonely”
18. Girls’ Generation - “Mr.Mr.”
19. Akdong Musician - “200%”
20. Apink - “Luv”

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Everything about this episode was about defining family. It’s actually something that many people struggle with, especially if they come from a dysfunctional or non-traditional family. I will warn you now this might come out as a love letter to Dot, but it’s really about how each of these characters approaches the concept of family. 

And a little bit about how I think the ideal of a traditional family is absolute rubbish. Family is what you make of it. 

What family means to Mindy 

Whatever it meant before she was staring down the barrel of 30 positive pregnancy tests and a popsicle stick….is gone. Mindy Lahiri, who up until very recently relied exclusively on boyfriends to do basic household chores, didn’t hesitate to state that she was ready to raise her baby on her own. I’m going to go out on a limb and say ultimately a little of Mindy Kaling is going to leak into the character here. Family means mothers and children. And she’s absolutely committed to that. 

What family means to Danny 

Obligation. He loves his family of origin, but so many of their interactions are about a careful balance between love and responsibility. It makes him who he is: it makes him the kind of man who would just agree to raise his sister when his piece of crap father gives up on parenting, and it makes his approach to the idea of family equal parts helpful and harmful when he’s talking to a woman he loves but doesn’t feel obliged to take care of. He doesn’t instinctively recognise love without obligation as a healthy family dynamic and he doesn’t express himself well in this area. He’ll have to relearn everything he knows about family, but I feel like he’s on his way, not just for the baby, but for Mindy. And for himself. 

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