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Drag Me Away From You (canon / 1.1k)

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Sometimes Dean was a little wistful for the days where a couple of demons terrorising a town was a big hunt to them. 

Now it’s like an everyday walk in the park. 

Which is why Dean was flying solo in some town just outside Austin handling a couple of demons who just couldn’t help causing shit. 

He’d told Sam and Cas to stay behind at the bunker with Jack since they had no big bad to fight for the minute, thank god (though maybe that wasn’t the best expression to use…). All three of them had fought strong and hard when taking down Chuck that Dean didn’t want them going on hunts any time soon. They needed rest. 

So when they got wind of these asshole demons kicking up a fuss, Dean quietly slipped out of the bunker in the early hours before the others could argue and come with him. 

He helped take down frickin God, he could take on some black-eyed sons of bitches. 

It didn’t take long to track the demons down. And once they knew there was a Winchester in town, they were determined to be the ones to finally take them down. Idiots. 

The demons thought they’d laid a genius trap for the hunter. At first, Dean played along and acted as if he had no idea what was going on. But soon enough he had the upper hand. 

So that’s how he ended up in some abandoned warehouse with the two demons in their own devil’s traps. 

“Real funny, Winchester. Let us out,” one of them growled. 

“I’m gonna go with ‘no’ on that one.” Dean replied with a sarcastic grin. “Any other last requests?”

Both demons just glared daggers at Dean but otherwise said nothing. 

“Good.” Dean said. “Let’s get started then.” 

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I have to leave you now. I’m going to that corner there and turn. You must stay in the car and drive away. Promise not to watch me go beyond the corner. Just drive away and leave me as I leave you. I don’t know how to say goodbye. I can’t think of any words.
Roman Holiday (1953) dir. William Wyler

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