“Y’all are sweet,” she says, and nods to indicate him and Cas. “Is he your—are you all together?”
Dean’s still contemplating how to answer this without saying something offensive—he never has figured out a polite way to say “no homo”—when Cas answers for him. Cas doesn’t even look up from his plate, his mouth full of baklava and some stray flakes of phyllo dough sticking to his lips when he says, “Yes.”
Dean feels more than sees Sam go very still across the table, forkful of salad and grilled chicken poised in midair.
In which Cas is human and doesn't understand basic concepts like: clothing, Mythbusters, moisturizer, and Greek food. Dean is...Dean and doesn't understand basic concepts like: boyfriends, language, how to tell your friend that he's a walking miracle, and when not to quip.
- Part 1 of Stories Are Made of Mistakes
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23 Jun 2016
It starts because they need a rock. Not, of course, just any rock, but apparently this particular critter needs an Aztec-style obsidian-and-jade dagger right through its human-teeth-and-eyeball-eating heart to actually kill it.
In which Cas gets a ring, and Dean (finally) gets a clue.
"He's a myth, Gabriel," Cas said, for what felt like the umpteenth time. "There is no such thing as a Slash Sheriff."
"You say that now, bro," Gabe said, throwing a handful of M&Ms in his mouth and revealing the remains of the last handful, still half-chewed and brightly colored. "But then you are, late one night, hastily editing your Paper Legends Big Bang when suddenly..." he trailed off.
"Suddenly?" Cas asked, pushing up the glasses perched on the bridge of his nose. Unfortunately, giving in to Gabriel's penchant for drama was generally faster than trying to wait him out. A fact Gabriel was also willing to exploit.
"Suddenly he's there, behind you, over your shoulder, pointing out that your description of the sex scene is anatomically impossible and you've described Arthur as having at least four hands!"
When Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon, he was supposed to say “One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” Unfortunately, he forgot the ‘a,’ making the sentence heard by millions of… mankind... rather redundant.
No one had given the tiny robotic landing craft any memorable words to say, nor were its utterances being broadcast live to millions of people worldwide. This was probably just as well, since its first words upon landing on the comet Castiel turned out to be Son of a bitch!
This time at least the ‘a’ had definitely been present.
- Part 1 of The Final Frontier