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20 June 2007 @ 11:38 pm
Supernatural Slash Drabble: Insatiability  
Title: Insatiability
Author: HalfshellVenus
Characters: Dean/Sam (Wincest)
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Drabble on "Greed" for 100_ghosts.

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Dean used to tell himself he'd never do this— never cross this line with Sam, never act on the temptation. That promise died a year ago, after a night of too much danger and far too much to drink.

Sam kissed him first, but it doesn't matter now. They went full-tilt, all teeth, tongue and rough-sliding hands, not lasting ten minutes the first time—or the second, two days later.

Dean tries holding firm, but he keeps caving in. He can't get enough of Sam, not ever, has to take it all against the future when Sam finally says No.


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mossylawn: hott (with two ts)mossylawn on June 22nd, 2007 07:47 pm (UTC)
Exactly! That's why Dean is such a complex character.
We meet his as all cocky smirks and snide sense of humour, but later on with John's death it's revealed just how broken he is and not only by time and life, he seems to be shattered from the beginning and still no one tries to pick up the pieces, it becomes painfully clear in his confession to Bobby after sealing the deal. *sobs*
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Diner Deanhalfshellvenus on June 22nd, 2007 07:51 pm (UTC)
All the viewers knew that about Dean, I think, but it was wonderful not only to have him say it directly (will full belief behind it-- *sniffles*) and then to have Bobby's reaction to that. Bobby's love for Dean there was so far and above what he usually got from John that... *crawls into corner and dies from the angst and unfairness*

Loved Bobby more than ever in that moment. :)
mossylawnmossylawn on June 22nd, 2007 08:20 pm (UTC)
Dude, Bobby is my hero. He's the best hillbilly father figure ever and definitely beats John in fatherly matters.
It's really heartbreaking to see that Dean really believes that his worthless. I really liked Sam in the end, since instead of angsting over everything and stomping off like a 3 year old he became determinated to pick Dean's pieces.
The Coalition For Disturbing Metaphors: Diner Deanhalfshellvenus on June 22nd, 2007 08:31 pm (UTC)
He's the best hillbilly father figure ever and definitely beats John in fatherly matters.
And I love that Kripke does this with characters. Bobby just looks like a hillbilly stereotype with his autoyard and all, but there's a deeply caring person underneath that surface who knows how to communicate that. It's like the "Folsom Blues" prison episode, where Dean throws that zinger at 'Tiny' and then has a real conversation with him in lockup later. Tiny gets humanized out of his stereotype, and when the baddie gets him we hurt because of it just like Dean does.

Regarding John, I was really suprised how many people rated him as a 7-9 on my LJ poll last week. I mean, a 9 father is one who comes to all your ballgames and supports you and your choices and helps you to become a great and happy adult. A 7 is a pretty good dad too, just not super-stellar dad.

But a father whose one child lost everything and never got any part of it back (needlessly) and thinks himself worthless, and whose other child is forced to run away ('and don't come back!') to fulfill himself... god. Leaving aside all the danger and the "Yes, sir" and the rest of it, that is NOT a great father in my book. :( :(