. . . and it IS guy-guy romance, so you HAVE been warned . . .
Educational by Mazal HaMidbar
Category: First Times
love, pophumor, music, promises, seduction, sexual healing — what’s not to like?
Note: You may wish to look up the lyrics of the four songs mentioned . . . in order, “A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action,” “We’ve Got Tonight,” “Addicted to Love,” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Disclaimer: No copyright infringement intended, and no money made. This is for entertainment only.
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Another Saturday evening at home, another night of passing out drunk for Dean. Castiel’s favorite human claimed to have consumed his first beer at age 9 and apparently had never stopped imbibing in the ensuing three decades. Dean had once estimated his typical weekly intake “in the mid-50s,” or an average of eight doses per day — habituation to a toxicity rate twice that considered alarming for anybody.
From the vantage point of Heaven, Castiel had had millennia to observe that alcohol was historically civilization’s imperfect antidote to emotional, physical and spiritual anguish . . . and Dean had been on intimate terms with those all his life; Castiel knew that he bore some responsibility for that damage but tried not to let that guilt deter him from one day becoming a guardian truly worthy of his charge.( Collapse )