|Just my good ol' jeans. Pretty sure my mom destroyed them too...|
Let Me Go"Let Me Go"Let Me Go by Raphi-girl
They were sitting on his tailgate,
And she was lovin' on his rough neck,
And she was talking about running away,
And he was puffin' on a cigarette,
Just thinkin' (huh).
How am I gonna say goodbye?
Dean sighed and stayed tense, wrapped in his baby brothers arms, as said brother nibbled on his scruff covered neck. This last hunt had nearly been the death of Sammy. God, if Dean ever got the image of Sam being torn apart and almost getting his throat slashed out of his head, it'd be nothing short of a miracle.
"So as I was saying, let's get outta here. Find another hunt. Something easy this time." Sam said brightly, trying to get his older brother out of the funk he was in, as he leaned back onto the trunk of the Impala, "Let's just runaway from this town, these people. C'mon' Dean. Let's ditch this place. "
Sammy...How the Hell am I gonna do this?
"Uh...listen...Sammy...I think we need to talk..."
He said, girl you got it good here
And you don't need to mess w
Fool Me Twice chp8Fool Me Twice chp8 by Succubii
Fool Me Twice Chapter Eight
Michaelangelo / Donatello
Warning: mild turtlecest
It was only two syllables, and the warning in them was really, really soft, but it hadn't been there five minutes ago. Donnie was juuuuust starting to get annoyed with me pacing around his lab, but I couldn't help it.
I was so nervous I couldn't sit still.
The past month had been weird for our family. I was pretty happy to see Raph and Donnie had made some sort of truce right off the bat- my instincts on that had been spot-on. I saw Raph as kinda-sorta a type of victim here, although he'd still made his own bad choices. Leo, though, didn't seem ready to talk to any of us yet, and that suited me just fine. Donnie, too, 'cause Donnie started sneaking into my room more often than not at night, and after a few days he slowly began to stop mentioning Leo's name so much.
It was hard to let him grieve. Every time I found him curled over in his chair, head buried in hi