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Random thought - in 5x09 we saw that a bunch of in-universe Supernatural fans had Impalas… You ever think when Dean’s trying to buy replacement parts he runs into fans and has to deal with them gushing over how great the car is and how much they love theirs as much as Dean does? I mean what are the car forums like in that universe?

anonymous asked:

You know how Chuck reacted to meeting the winchesters? What if he did accidentally create them? Like, he started writing his books to distract himself and, being god, the characters became real?

Basically, I love this idea. 

When season 11 revealed that Amara was Chuck’s sister, it changed things in the show. BIG things. Like, the whole entire shows mytharc since day one things.

I’m actually not exaggerating here, hear me out please.

Okay, so what do we know about the “Winchester Gospels”? They were written to record the end times and the roles that Sam and Dean Winchester were supposed to play. Sam and Dean are the tragic siblings, manufactured by the angels to be the perfect vessels because they are in themselves mirrors for Michael and Lucifer on earth. The show spells it out for us thanks to Gabriel: “why do you think you two are the vessels? Think about it. Michael, the big brother, loyal to an absent father, and Lucifer, the little brother, rebellious of Daddy’s plan. You were born to this, boys. It’s your destiny! It was always you! As it is in heaven, so it must be on earth. One brother has to kill the other.”

So Dean is supposed to kill Sam as Michael killed Lucifer, one must destroy the other, the older sibling destroys the younger sibling for the sake of the world. That is what Chuck was writing about, Sam and Dean and their destiny in the apocalypse.

Now, Sam and Dean may have ripped up the ending, but that wasn’t the whole story, because Chuck has his own part in this giant mirror of a mirror. Because Michael and Lucifer weren’t even the original story. Chuck and Amara were.

Before creation, Chuck and Amara were siblings in chaos, I dunno if I imagined this or not but I am pretty sure that Amara calls Chuck her ‘big brother’ implying she is the younger sibling but I am not entirely sure on that so don’t quote me here. Nevertheless, we have two siblings, and in order to create the universe, one destroys the other. Chuck chooses creation over Amara, thus starting a millennia long series of events ending in Sam and Dean fighting it out on that day in Stull Cemetery. 

Why therefore did Chuck hide away during the apocalypse? Why didn’t he reveal himself? Because he was ashamed at what he had done to his sister. Because the whole apocalyptic mess was his fault because of his guilt at choosing everything over her. So what does he do instead of fixing things? He writes. 

Chuck wrote Dean Winchester to be himself. Dean is Chuck’s “Mary Sue”. (yes I damn well used that term.) And Sam? Sam is the sibling he gave up for the universe.

So when Chuck poured all of his love and guilt and sorrow over his sister into his new creation, Dean Winchester became everything that Chuck could not be. Dean Winchester will always put his brother before everything else in the entire universe. Because that is a fundamental part of Dean’s creation. Chuck wrote the Winchester’s specifically to undo his own tragic story. In his writing, Dean does not sacrifice Sam for the world, Dean always saves Sam. Even at the risk OF the world. Because Chuck’s biggest regret was not putting his sister first.

It all combines in a rather beautiful narrative symmetry doesn’t it?

Mary, her boys and Destiel

My thoughts around Mary, what she has seen and her coping with her boys and their angel buddy. 

She’s gone from being a mother of 2 babies in a (happily? generally?) cupid-induced loving marriage, still fighting the supernatural on occasion to happily dead in heaven (which she remembers), to now being a (unneeded) mother to 2 grown men - who live with a supernatural being, in an underground bunker owned by her family’s ‘mythical opposition’ the men of letters and living the hunting life she was desperate to keep them away from. Yeah, tough.

- Resurrection : Dean convinces her of who he is by an emotional retelling of her life and how she met John.  Reminding us that when Mary and John first met they didn’t actually immediately like each other, she 'knocked him flat on his ass’. They did fall intensely in love although their relationship and family was marred by the supernatural and they sometimes fought passionately (she doesn’t know it was a Cupid of course)…. Aside - *ahem “couple who were 'forced to be’ v couple who embody free will” parallels*

Originally posted by castieledits

- Witnessing Dean and Cas being reunited when Cas believes he has died. Cas throwing himself at Dean, shouting then quietly murmuring his name into his neck. She, understandably, has a questioning look in her eyes. Then, um, ANGEL?!

Originally posted by mellofone

- Seeing Cas work tirelessly to find Sam. Seeing Dean completely trusting Cas to do this and also relying on him emotionally (overhearing their #married phone conversation about Dean not wanting to overwhelm her).

- Knowing that Cas lives in the bunker with them, but noting that he doesn’t sleep, emphasising his 'inhuman’ side.

- Seeing how completely Cas falls apart when Sam and Dean are imprisoned as he tries to find them and attempts to hunt alone (v how effective he was at finding just Sam, working with Dean, when she first met him). She blames him for their loss at first. Then upon seeing how completely he is broken, even counting the hours, she tries to support and help him in as much as she can, in her way. Upon realising how he is NOT coping she goes from her first instinct of blaming him for their loss in her role as their mother to actually consoling him.

Originally posted by angvlicmish

Mary is NOT a monster, she’s really struggling, she misses the people she loves and so buries herself in hunting to bury her emotions. Plus her automatic reaction to strong feelings of love, pain and guilt is to get angry… LIKE DEAN (very relevant for Cas’s death scene).

- Cas putting himself in danger to save her from Billie, he then gives an impassioned, muddled speech about how important you/you all is/are to him/everything… but predominantly throughout this is looking at Dean.
Sure he doesn’t want Mary to die, but this speech - this declaration is not really about them all being so important to everything, it can’t be, she’s not been around long enough and she hasn’t done anything to show Cas that she’s of any real importance. 

She wonders if he even really understands it himself, he looks so muddled and broken. Is it because he’s an angel? Do angels feel like humans? She’s confused and worried, she is already not sure of the new world she’s come back to, and now there’s a supernatural being in her and her boy’s life, it’s intense. And now this?!
She turns to Dean and sees the look of pain in his eyes as he realises how broken Cas is and how he has put himself in harms way for them. 

His jaw is clenched, his body language is closed off, guarded. She understands this is far more complex than she first imagined.

Originally posted by mishacolins

- After such an emotive night she heads out to clear her head, she can’t cope with being around them all, it’s too much. The next time she sees them all it is most definitely jarring. Sam and Dean are all business with her, there’s no sign of anything cosmic or anything in their actions to recall that emotional night. Dean partakes in some over the top posturing with the waitress on Cas’s behalf while calling Cas 'devastatingly handsome’ while Cas seems oblivious, or is that actually a scowl on his face? She’s now even more confused. Does Dean not realise or is this something else entirely? Has she misread Cas? She doesn’t know any other angels so it could be that she’s misunderstood. He is a little awkward and supernatural after all…. but the boys want him around and he obviously cares for them so she should just get them all to get on with the hunt.

- Cas is dying and it’s her fault. He wants the Winchesters to leave him as to save themselves. He tells Sam and Dean that his best moments have been with them which makes her wonder just how old he is and what he has seen. He says the things they’ve shared and done have changed him. She knows this is important but not exactly how, it’s deeply emotional though and it reminds her of how little she actually knows of their time together and her boys that this angel, this supernatural being could have been affected so much by them.
She turns and sees Sam, then Dean’s faces and how they both are pained by Cas’s dying words. Somehow though she can see not just sadness in Dean’s eyes but also regret and self loathing. He blames himself. She knows because it’s what she sees in the mirror. She is reminded again how Dean is so like her.

- Cas looking up at them all, calling them all his family, nodding at her to include her which just makes her feel awful for her part in having led to this, his death and all their pain. She doesn’t really deserve this, to be a part of their family.

- Cas then immediately looking down, not catching anyone’s eye as he says 'I love you’. 

Originally posted by jensen-jay

Cas looking up at Sam as he tells him that he loves them all, meaning him, specifically TOO, then finally the long lingering, revealing look at Dean as he can’t avoid him any longer. She knows now, she understands. 

She looks at Dean and sees so much of herself in him. She wonders if he understands too or if his self-loathing prevents his comprehension that he can be loved like this. She’s not known him very long as an adult but she knows this much about him and that saddens her deeply, it also contributes to her own self-loathing in an ironic twist. And if he does understand Cas’s words, does he reciprocate? Her and Dean, they work with actions, not words and she sees his actions now, how he’s holding back. She understands. But it doesn’t matter now anyway, 

Cas is dying and it’s her fault. She could be the cause of the breaking of her little boy’s heart and he doesn’t even know it. But still in the back of her mind, is this not maybe for the best? How can you love something not…human?

- Sam and Dean fighting for Cas, refusing to leave him, emphasising that he is family, seeing the understanding and love in Cas’s eyes as they do so. Dean had even been arguing with and insulting both the KING OF HELL and RAMIEL as he was so worried for Cas. Mary is terrified of Ramiel, another yellow eyed demon and she has seen this. 

Now, as he is dying, Sam’s consoling words while Dean can’t watch, he looks down like he might even be praying. Or perhaps he just can’t watch Cas’s last moments.

Originally posted by godshipsit

Originally posted by foodiestiel

- But he lives, no thanks to Mary.

- “Let’s go home”….

No wonder she can’t stay around them, with the confusion over their supernatural 'friend’ plus now the guilt (she’s still in the old hunter mindset of kill anything inhuman, she doesn’t have 12 years worth of Winchester Gospel storyline to teach her the grey areas like our boys have and they’ve only recently learned it fully re: Benny, Amy).

Originally posted by shixpe

And yes she’s made it a hell of a lot worse by now also betraying Sam with the BMOL, when he was the one who really still trusted her.

So yeah, in her struggle to find herself she’s ‘abandoned’ BOTH Sam and Dean and now she’s narratively: 

1. betrayed Sam through her work with the BMOL.

2. betrayed Dean…. by endangering Cas. 

So I think that speaks volumes.

Now for her redemption arc as she’s already admitted to working with the BMoL and is clearly conflicted about nearly losing Cas, let’s get some more wake up calls :)

anonymous asked:

What do you think of Mary's look of realization when Cas said "the things we shared, that changes me."

My first instinct was to cackle to myself, not going to lie :P 

Cas does seem to turn to look at Dean for that whole announcement, and Mary does seem to then look wonderingly around at Dean about it all… For the sake of fan fic, signal boost the crap out of her look here because that’s the Moment. :P

Wait I was going to try and come up with the serious answer but I just remembered the Winchester Gospels meta I wrote a long time ago which concluded that if you only had Chuck’s books to go on, you basically had no choice but to accept that Dean and Cas were banging because of Cas becoming human-er over season 5… And… Cas has been getting steadily more and more human since season 9 when he last tried to be an angel…

There is only one explanation for why Cas has changed.

No, but seriously, I guess that amount of wonder is worth it because she’s the newest character to grapple with the concept of angels by MILES and she BELIEVED in them, and Cas as she’s experienced him has been a bit of a mess but he’s been THEIR hot mess, and this part of the speech isn’t really for her at all, she’s witnessing the history Cas has with them, the awe that she can’t even imagine how old he is but he says the best part of his life was with them… Whatever she knows about Dean and Cas (and I’d bet a very bare bones version of the story at BEST would be on offer, and more likely Cas as weird incidental references except for random moments where he becomes totally central to their story because Dean is so WEIRD about talking about him, and, well, Mary and Sam don’t talk >.>) I don’t think Mary really got the enormity of it even with him hanging out and helping? In a way it’s just because it was too much information to absorb - welcome to the future we have an angel helping us with everything - does she even know it’s weird to them too? Or at least, she’s walked into the middle of their drama? I don’t think until 12x03 she even realised Cas HAD drama and her own was too much to really let it sink in about Cas saying he didn’t feel he belonged… Somewhere along the way he’s gone from “Castiel” to “Cas” and she’s getting a better grasp on him, but this is still a LOT to hear. And DEAN. Did all this. to an ANGEL. 


Which makes you want to believe in Destiel from the complete other end of this because she SEES how huge this is all of a sudden, and WE know how much of that history is Dean and Cas, and their very, very personal, romantic drama…

This idea came to me as soon as I saw this GIF @sgarrett49 . Thanks for sending it to me!

Mama’s Master List

Double Dare

“There’s no way you can get him to do something like that,” Sam told me.

“You wanna bet?” I replied.

“A hundred dollars says you can’t,” he returned.

“You got yourself a bet buddy boy,” I said laughing. “But you can’t interfere on how I do it.”

“Ok. It’s a deal.”

Later on that evening…

“OK Sam  It’s your turn. Truth or dare,” Dean said.

“Truth because I don’t trust you,” Sam said laughing.

I joined in laughing because Sam was smart to not trust his brother. Dean had already had me doing two extremely crazy dares.

“Ok, what’s your most secret sexual desire?” Dean asked him.

“Well hell. Maybe I should have taken the dare,” he said as he took another long drink from his glass. “Deepest sexual desire? I don’t know that I have one but it might be cool to let a woman tie me up and I just lay there.”

“Wow dude,” Dean replied. “That may have been a little TMI.”

“What the fuck Dean? That was your question.”

That got us all laughing again. As soon as we had ourselves back under control, we continued playing. Finally I thought the time was right.

“Ok Dean. It’s your turn and it’s on me this time,” I told him.

“Give me your best shot sweetheart.”

“Truth or dare?”

“From you? I am going with dare. Let’s see what you got.”

“Tomorrow, when all the hunters get here for the meeting, you have to join us in a wife beater, flip flops, maybe a pair of cutoff shorts, and … you have to walk in carrying Fluffy!”

“Are you kidding me?”

“Nope. You asked for dare and that’s the dare. Take it or give up.”

“I never give up. I’ll do it.”

I looked over at Sam and smirked. This was going to be the easiest hundred dollars I ever made!

The next day…

Everyone was gathered around in the war room. A few people had already been asking where Dean was. Sam and I both told them all that he would be there soon. Sam and I were in a corner and he was telling me he didn’t think his brother would follow through.

To both of our surprise, Dean walked in just as I had dared him. The laughter and comments floating around the room were hilarious. To make it even better, Dean had carried the dare even a little further. His cutoffs were so short and the front pockets were just hanging out there. He had a pair of shades on and it looked like he was sipping some kind of iced coffee!

I was dying with laughter. I watched through the tears streaming down my face as he just sauntered into the middle of the room, sucking through his straw. I  glanced around for Sam and found him literally on the ground, gripping his stomach, laughing so hard.

Dean stopped in the middle of the group and just kind of looked at everyone. I could see the tiniest of smiles there and I knew he was trying to stop his own laughter.

“What’s so funny?” he asked everyone. “Dudes, come on. It’s hot outside!”

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“Ohhh?” Metatron mused, flipping through the pages of a novel. “I think I understand you better than you’d think. Sorry you didn’t like the script though,” he waved the Winchester Gospel into the Holy Fire. “A bit over-the-top.”

“You probably could have consulted some older scripts. You seem pretty oblivious to what I’m capable of, Meta-douche.” Gabriel grumbled, clenching his fists tighter.

so i did a whole meta write-up on gabe and my urge to be all things gabriel was so strong i had to transform it into the visual equivalent too i wANT HIM BACK

Welcome to Hogwarts, Winchesters!
- Dean receives his letter, and is panicking.
- It’s magic, does that mean he’s a witch? Does he have to be killed like John kills all the witches?
- But when John sees the letter, he actually smiles. John Winchester. SMILES.
- As it turns out, the Winchesters have been wizards forever, which made the affiliation with the Men of Letters easier.
- So Dean heads off to Hogwarts in September.
- Friendly reminder that he’d be in the same year as the Golden Trio.
- He’s sorted into Gryffindor, after some debate between that and Hufflepuff.
- Dean didn’t have any prejudices against Hufflepuff, though. John was in Hufflepuff, after all.
- His bed is in the same dorm as Harry’s, Ron’s, and Neville’s.
- Because of him, it isn’t the Golden Trio. It’s the Golden Quartet.
- (I enjoy this on many levels)
- He goes on adventures with them, screwing everything up but ultimately saving people. Just as he was taught.
- Dean gets detention a lot for correcting teachers on certain things.
- “That garlic thing is a myth. The only way to kill a vampire is to cut off the head.” “Detention, Winchester.”
- One day, at breakfast when the mail comes in, Dean gets a scarlet envelope. A howler.
- Dean panics, has he done something wrong? Did John take it out on Sam? He’s freaking out.
- But when he opens it, it says “HEY DEAN, I FIGURED OUT HOW HOWLERS WORK! PRETTY COOL, RIGHT?!” It’s Sammy.
- Dean just has the goofiest grin on his face as his brother’s voice fills the Hall, because of course his baby brother could figure it out.
- It’s during the Goblet of Fire that Sam comes to Hogwarts and, after much deliberation, is sorted into Ravenclaw.
- No one cheers harder than Dean.
- Sam starts tagging along on some of the adventures, though, some of them, he has to sit out.
- Dean is slightly envious at the Triwizard tournament, but understands that Harry didn’t put his name in.
- They were both in the DA, and were both excellent at it.
- They both went on the search for the Horcruxes, but stayed with Harry and Hermione.
- Though injured, they survived the battle of Hogwarts.
- Sam still went off to Stanford, trying to be ordinary, but used magic in subtle little ways that no one noticed.
- The brothers are masters at discrete magic and keep their wands tucked in their boots.
- Imagine them freaking out about the Hogwarts ghosts, but learning that they can’t go vengeful because spirits of wizards and witches can’t go berserk. It’s their magic.
- When they met Henry Winchester, he informs them that he was a Ravenclaw, making Sam ridiculously happy.
- They always have a slight edge on any monsters they hunt, but, if the monster is immune to magic, they can still hunt like normal.
- I want you to take a moment to imagine how they would react to the bunker if they were wizards.
- Sam would probably magically pull out all of the books, while Dean practiced spells in the training room.
- I imagine that in this universe, they still have the Harry Potter books, modified with Sam and Dean in them.
- The muggles just view it as fiction, but it’s a biography.
- In this universe, J. K. Rowling is a prophet who, after her work was done, transferred her skills to Chuck Shurley so that he could write the Winchester Gospels.
- Sam and Dean, whenever they meet someone new, they sit together for a while and debate silently before, in a perfect imitation of the Sorting Hat, one of them shouts out the person’s house.
- Charlie was thrilled to meet them. She fangirled. A lot. Especially when they shouted ‘GRYFFINDOR!’
- If Charlie was bad, picture Becky.
- Sam and Dean still get Weasley sweaters every year. Somehow, owls find them.
- They both have owls of their own, so that they can deliver discrete letters.
- Some years, they head over to visit the Potters or the Weasleys for Christmas.
- Sam and Dean having a better childhood because Hogwarts is their home, just as much as the Impala or the bunker.


This episode was all about the legacy inherited from the past, and the legacy the Winchesters will leave for the future, because everything about this episode was about the fact that those are not the same thing.

Even the title, The Memory Remains, hints at the fact that even if we think we’ve moved on, locking the family secret up in the basement and pretending like it might just go away without actually addressing it and dealing with it isn’t a tenable situation.

For Sheriff Bishop or for Sam and Dean.

Back during s8, after they first discovered the bunker and their status as “Legacies” of the Men of Letters, Dean used to be so gleeful announcing the fact to anyone and everyone. Prometheus, Aaron Bass, pretty much everyone. It was something he was proud of, based on his experiences in 8.12 with Henry. Plus heck, for the first time in his life, Dean had a proper HOME, someplace safe and secure he could truly call his own (or so he thought).

He and Sam have scoured the archives of that bunker over the last four years, used its resources, and hosted such illustrious house guests as God himself. But now, after meeting the British branch of the Men of Letters, Dean’s a lot less inclined to claim that Legacy status with them. Whatever they may have been in the past, he doesn’t really care for what they are now.

Same for Sheriff Bishop. He hadn’t thought there was anything wrong with his family legacy until his father died and left it to him… and he discovered the literal monster in his basement, and what was expected of him to carry on the family legacy.

His family had essentially owned the entire town of Tomahawk, employed most of the residents at the meat packing plant, and the rest of them at every other shop and restaurant in town. But Bishop couldn’t bear the idea of carrying on his family’s legacy, of sacrificing people to Moloch in exchange for their wealth and power. So he stopped. Just bolted up Moloch’s prison, boarded up the house, and hoped the god would starve to death without him feeding it.

Sort of like Mary thinking she could just walk away from hunting. Even little Asa Fox had said that to her in 12.06: 

Asa: But if you retire, who’s gonna save people like me? 

But then Mary died, and her children were drawn into hunting because of it. They hadn’t known that it was also their legacy, left over from the deal she made with Azazel in 1973. And she hadn’t known that her chance to get out and try to have a normal life with John meant that she basically got her ten years before everyone would be dropped into hell. She hadn’t wanted that life for them, but by making that deal she guaranteed they would.

Now she’s back, but she doesn’t really get that Sam and Dean have made their own legacies. They’d never known they were picking up hers until long after they’d made it their own. But to Mary it doesn’t look that way. It looks like they just picked up where she’d left off. And she wanted to end that legacy for her family.

But it also parallels to Sam and Dean themselves.

Sheriff Bishop’s half brother inadvertently rediscovers the family secret after Bishop had kept it hidden for more than twenty years, and having always been the “outcast” from the family (as the illegitimate brother), he finally saw in Moloch a way to have everything his brother hadn’t even cared about, and had been selling off bit by bit.

He learned about his family’s legacy and bought into it hook, line, and sinker, bastardizing a much beloved Winchester family slogan and making Dean blink in shock in the process:

Pete: And hell, I’m a Bishop. That’s what we do, right? Hunting people. Killing them. The family business.

The legacy Bishop had tried to bury, because he hadn’t known any other way to end it, was dug up started up all over again.

Thanks to Sam and the Colt, Moloch is now dead, and Bishop’s left with his dead half brother to deal with. He tells Sam and Dean he’ll deal with it, because it’s his legacy.

All the while back at the bunker, the MoL had been meticulously examining every inch of the place, pawing through Dean’s personal possessions, and Ketch took one of Dean’s oldest and most treasured possessions, his picture of Mary. And they’d been looking for the Colt, not getting how closely Dean (and now Sam) have been tied to the history of that gun dating all the way back to that moment Samuel Colt handed it to Sam in 1861. That gun is a part of Sam and Dean’s legacy in a way that’s NOT part of the MoL.

But going forward, what would they want their legacy to be? Would they be remembered? (well, there’s still the whole Supernatural book series and its fans, and the fact that it’s the Winchester Gospel, and a musical was written about their lives, and there’s fans of the books who continue to write fanfic long after the books stopped publishing, and they’re online now and nothing ever gets erased from the internet…)

But in a real, tangible way, this goes all the way back to 3.02, when Dean told Lisa he wasn’t sure what he was leaving behind in the world besides his car, and she replied that he’d saved Ben’s life, and that was definitely something big to leave behind. Sam replied with nearly the exact sentiment now; that the people they saved were their legacy.

Dean learned in 2.20 what it would be like in a world where all those people he and Sam ever saved had died instead, if they weren’t there to hunt them, and it’s been nearly ten more years of saving people since then on top of that.

But the bunker? They could find a way to make that THEIR legacy instead of a legacy of the Men of Letters. They claimed it just like they claimed Baby as theirs when they were kids. The monster might still be lurking in the basement there still (or at least the Men of Letters bug is still lurking under the library table), but they’re working on a way to kill that evil old god of sacrifice too.

Samifer -  tattoo artist and florist au!

The door opened, the little bells on top of it rang and Sam, the cute owner of the flower shop on the other side of the street, entered in Lucifer’s tattoo parlor. What did he come to do here today? Lucifer held back from putting his own letters in the flower shop mailbox early that morning, before it opened. As much as he loved to see Sam come to his parlor to give him back the envelops the postman put by error in the wrong mailbox, Lucifer feared Sam would start to suspect something if he kept doing that this often. But he loved so much to see those dimples flash when Sam smiled. It lighten up his day every time he dared to do it.

“Hi, Sam. You have letters for me again?” Lucifer asked, knowing too well it was not the case.
“Not this time. Maybe they finally learn the difference between our two shops.” Sam joked.
“What can I do for you?”
“Hum, I was wondering if you had time to take me?” Sam said a little nervous.

Lucifer must have heard that wrong. Thankfully, Meg was not as lovesick for the florist.

“No, he has an appointment for a full back in ten minutes.”
“Not at all, you can do it.” Lucifer assured Meg.
“Great. I wondered if you could tattoo some sort of sigil on my heart.”
“But, it’s a complicated piece. I never tattooed a full back.” Meg argued.
“First time to everything. Congrats.” Lucifer silenced her.

What wasn’t she understanding in “on my heart”? That meant shirtless, for God’s sake!

Lucifer refused to listen to Meg. That other client was not Lucifer’s problem. He invited Sam to sit. Would it be too obvious he was hitting on him if he asked for Sam to put off his shirt now?

“So, tell me about that sigil you want on your heart, Sam.”
“It’s a  pentagram in the center of a ring of fire.”
“And one Carver Edlund anti possession tattoo, one. Let’s go.”
“You know the Winchester Gospel?”
“Yeah, I’m a fan of the books.”
“Me too. You know I used to live next to the author when I was a kid. He named his characters after my brother and me.”
“Cool. Strip.” Lucifer commanded.

Sam put off his plaid shirt and Lucifer was glad he was sitting. He might wanted to scream or weep, he was not sure.


(insp. this post by @superwhorunes)