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Imagine Reading SPN FanFiction With Sam

By SarahWinchester96

Humor

Imagine Reading SPN FanFiction With Sam

"So your book series…" You began, picking up one of the volumes from the bed and flicking it over to read the blurb on the back. "Have you ever checked up on them since we went to that comic store?"

"Nope."

"Why?"

"Why would we want to?"

"Aww, I think they're great. A little morbid, but great."

Dean shook his head with a smirk as he walked off.

Grabbing your laptop, you plugged in the charger before flipping the screen up. Typing a search into Google, you smirked as the results came up before you started reading.

In the time you had spent reading various works from fanfiction sites all over the web, Dean and Sam had gone out and returned, Cas along with them.

As they entered the room, you didn't say a word, although you were dying to say everything.

"I see you're still adopting the procrastination position." Dean stated.

You stuck your finger up at him, not even bothering to look up from the screen.

Sam, who you didn't even notice had crossed the room, leant down slightly and looked over your shoulder at the laptop screen.

"What the hell are you reading?"

"Fanfiction."

Dean furrowed an eyebrow. "Come again?"

"It's like stories that fans have wrote…and some of them are about you guys." You explained with a smirk before turning to look up at Sam. "Hey Sam, you remember what you found out about Supernatural fans?"

"Yeah…" He answered in a tone that showed he was obviously worried about what manner of thing you were going to show him.

You scrolled up the page before pointing to the story information box with your finger.

Sam read it before laughing.

"What?" Dean asked.

Cas looked equally as confused.

"Can you dig Elvis, Dean?" You asked him before bursting into hysterics.

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