Too Wise to Woo Peaceably
Supernatural, SHAKESPEARE William - Works, Gilbert & Sullivan & Related Fandoms, Twelfth Night - Shakespeare
11 Apr 2012
Wherein Gabriel decides that Dean's vocabulary needs expanding, and also that he has something he needs to confess to Castiel, and makes him only able to speak in certain quotes. In other words, Gabriel still hasn't learned his lesson about dealing with Winchesters.
“Gabriel.” Castiel looked mildly concerned. “Please stop... messing... with Dean.”
“Hey, I let him switch to Shakespeare instead of opera so he can swear at me. That’s generous, right?”
“Thou liest, abhorred tyrant.”
- Part 1 of Too Wise to Woo Peaceably
Silence is the perfectest herald of joy: I were but little happy if I could say how much by Whit Merule (whit_merule)
Supernatural, SHAKESPEARE William - Works, Much Ado About Nothing - Shakespeare, Romeo And Juliet - Shakespeare
14 Jun 2012
The advantage of Gabriel having downloaded all of Shakespeare's plays into Dean's head is that Dean quoting Shakespeare is really hot. The disadvantage is that it makes an excellent excuse for them to actually talk even less.
In which Sam goes "..." a lot, and Castiel sneaks.
“Cas,” Sam hissed at the ceiling. “You gotta help me, man. I think the Apocalypse might be back on the rails.”
Castiel whooshed into existence, blinking owlishly. “Sam. Why are you wearing cupcake footie pyjamas?”
“Forget the pyjamas! Dean’s quoting Shakespeare. Willingly. I’m pretty sure that’s bigger than any Horseman.”
- Part 2 of Too Wise to Woo Peaceably