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, Dean's at it again *Done*
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I'm not really into these funny stories, well when I write them, but I'm trying to do as many as I can and get lots of feedback, for an episode I'm writing.
I find this is disrespectful.” Castiel reminded Dean.
“Yes, I heard you a dozen times already.” Dean stated, sounding annoyed.
“And pointless. We should focus on the battle.”
Dean looked at him. “We are, now, just watch.” He warned and grew quiet as Sammy came out of the motel room. He heard his name from the younger sibling but stood still. Castiel started to move when Dean’s hand grabbed his arm. “Move and I’ll tell your secret.”
Castiel glared at him and pressed his back back to the wall. Dean looked at him. “You can look.”
“I’d rather not.” Castiel snapped.
Dean shrugged and peered around the corner as his brother was almost there. He snickered to himself when Sam reached the spot. “Get ready for this Cas.”
“I can’t take this.” Castiel hissed in his ear. “We are at war here Dean.”
Dean bit his lip, as he watched his brother take each step. “I know.” He assured him, smiling devilishly.
“This is very childish.” Castiel added.
“I have to go warn him.” Castiel said, getting up.
“No, you’ll ruin it.” Dean rolled his eyes as he ran out in the open to catch him. “Hey, you’re suppose to follow my orders remember.” He growled, turning the angel to face him.
By that Sam looked over. “What are you guys doing out here? I’ve been trying to call you two.” He yelled, coming toward them.
Dean glared at Cas. Great! He looked back to his brother and hung his head, walking past the angel.
Castiel turned and saw Sam walk up to him. “What was that about?” he asked.
Castiel smirked and looked at him. “Nothing.”
Sam eyed him and looked back at his brother. “I found a lead, where to go next, but isn’t that your job?” he asked the angel.
Castiel eyed him. “Yes, but, Dean thought it was best if I take the day off and relax a bit.”
“Relax?” Sam stared blankly at him. “Are angels even allowed…..”
“Yes they are….” Castiel snapped. “I too find it rather annoying.” He added.
Sam looked back at Dean. “When do you take orders from my brother?”
Since god commanded it. “I like to think of this as any other mission.” Castiel stated, without lying.
Sam furrowed his brows. “Ummmm, okay…..if you say so.” He turned and scratched his head, before walking back to the room.
Castiel blew out and shook his head, as he followed shamelessly with the brothers. He hadn’t realized where he was standing when he heard a beeping sound. His ears rang and he looked up in confusion and curiosity, and both the Winchesters looked back as a balloon fell on him, splattering black muck all over his vessel.
Dean suppressed a chuckle as Sam ran over to help him. Cas!” he yelled.
Castiel looked himself over and back up at Sam. Sam poked his cheek with his tongue and looked back at his brother. He turned back to the angel. “Is this part of the mission?”