18 Apr 2021
The field trip to the Smithsonian should have been exciting, but Peter's best friend, Ned, was home with strep throat, and a field trip just meant he would have to endure a three-hour long bus ride with Flash by himself. Peter had no way of knowing hours before said very long bus ride, a government organization had collapsed from within. Had no way of knowing an assassin called the Winter Soldier had only gained a quarter of his mind back from years of brain-washing. That this super soldier would find himself at the Smithsonian as well, searching for an anchor of truth as his falsified world crumbled around him.
Peter and Bucky bump into each other at the Captain America exhibit immediately following CAWS.
Dean's stint in hell left him with some scars that not everyone can see. He's terrified of dogs. Sam hasn't realised his phobia and Dean's determined that his brother won't. When their latest job brings them face to face with fidos, Dean has a hard time coping.
Based on the prompt:A large, friendly dog jumps up on Dean unexpectedly, maybe at a park or something. He tries to play it off but has an epic panic attack. Difficulty breathing, maybe even vomiting. He tries to hide it from Sam, embarrassed to be weak in front of his brother.
Sam (and here's the kink part for me) is all over this when he realizes what's going on. Yelling at the dog owner, getting Dean to a private place, and then just comforting the heck out of him. I want hugs, praise, maybe he wraps his brother in his jacket or something, just lots of loving touches.
Then they head back out there together.
"Hangman, hangman, hold it a little while,
I think I see my brother coming, riding many a mile.
Brother, did you get me some silver?
Did you get a little gold?
What did you bring me, my brother, to keep me from the Gallows Pole?"
-Gallows Pole, Led Zeppelin III
Title from "Gates of Eden" by Bob Dylan.