“Hey, Cas,” prompted Dean from the other end of the couch.
“Dean,” said Cas flatly, “I’m a twenty year old gay man. I’m always horny.”
He’d been trying to make a joke, but Dean didn’t laugh. Instead, he lifted one leg and pushed on Cas’s thigh with his socked foot.
“I’m horny,” he said with a conspiratorial smirk.
“So?” chuckled Cas, “Join the club.”
“Well, let’s do somethin’ about it,” replied Dean in a matter-of-fact tone.
Cas wasn’t sure he’d heard right. He looked over at his friend and saw that the guy’s eyes were resting on him heavily. Dean’s foot shoved at him again. “C’mon, Cas,” he said shamelessly, “You like dick. I have a dick. Whaddaya say?”
“I say,” answered Cas, turning back to the television and praying for strength, “that you’re drunk.”
“M’not that drunk.”
“You’re drunk enough to hit on a dude,” chuckled Cas.
“I ain’t hittin’ on you,” corrected Dean, “I’m jus sayin’ that we could, ya know, help each other out. It don’t gotta be a big deal.”
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26 Apr 2018
The Men of Letters Bunker has had quite enough of Dean pining for Castiel, and it decides to intervene. To be fair, the Bunker interferes a lot, and usually for good reason. For example when it vanished the big garage doors, it prevented Dean from taking Baby out with clogged catalytic converters, saving her from spontaneously setting on fire halfway down the road. And when he and Sam ran out of room to manspread into, an entire extra floor appeared as if by magic.
This time, it's locked Dean and Castiel inside Cas' room, which is great as long as they have plenty of episodes of Stranger Things left to watch, and the Bunker has some conditions if it's going to let them back out--Dean has to confess his feelings.
Which he does.
And then one thing leads to another...
Stranger Things and Eldritch Bunkers is a humorous take on the Trapped in an Elevator trope, with a little bit of One Room, One Bed mixed in.
When it's discovered that the Men of Letters bunker has a gym, Sam is practically chomping at the bit to start making good use of it. Dean is less enthusiastic. Until the exercise routine that he's going through with his brother starts feeling less like actual exercise and a lot like something more...intimate.
After a curse doubles Dean, Sam is practically climbing the walls. Between his two older brothers getting handsy with each other out of curiosity, the stress of figuring out which Dean is the original, and his own feelings, he desperately needs to blow off steam. Luckily for him, the Deans are willing to help.
Sam doesn't like hunting solo, and it's been a long time since he did it. He's much more comfortable with Dean at his side. Right now, though, there's something loose in the bunker, something that got to Dean first and wants nothing more than to use Sam to finish what it started with his brother.