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The ArgumentTitle: The ArgumentThe Argument by kiramaru7
Genre: slice of life
Characters: Dean, Sam
Rating: OT for Dean's potty mouth
Word count: 100
Author’s Note: Thanks to my beta Kat for encouraging me to write this as I didn’t think I could do it.
Disclaimer: Don’t own Supernatural; wish I did!
“Sam!” Dean glared at his brother.
“The answer is ‘NO!’” He got up into Sam’s face.
“I’m not a kid anymore, Dean.”
“That doesn’t change a thing, Sam! The answer’s still and always will be, ‘NO!’”
“But nothing, Sam! Now get out of my way!”
“Don’t make me make you, Sam!”
“As if you could!”
Getting Ready for BabyGetting Ready For BabyGetting Ready for Baby by kiramaru7
Author’s note: Amber belongs to Kat (Greta too), I’m just playing with her.
For Kat with love… Happy Bday!
“Close your eyes!” Bernd said as he took Amber by the hand. The room, he and his father had partitioned off in the basement, was now complete as a nursery for when their new baby arrived and he wanted to show it off after weeks of secrecy. The only part of the room he was not involved with was putting in a proper heating system, his father insisting they hire somebody that knew what they were doing. It had been extended into Amber’s room, much to her annoyance at being temporarily displaced at the time, even though she understood why she had to move upstairs for a while.
“Bernd, if I close my eyes, I could fall down the basement stairs,” Amber gently reminded him.
“Oh…. Then keep them open until you’re at the bottom, okay?”
Bernd was bristling with exci
'Tis the SeasonTitle: ‘Tis the Season'Tis the Season by kiramaru7
Characters: Wolfgang, Luigi, Bernd, Didi, Cesare, Tino
Word count: 686
Summary: Wolfgang and Luigi celebrate their first Yule without the women in lives by taking a disastrous visit to a mall Santa…
Warning: Holiday sappiness XD
Author’s notes: Thanks go out to my beta, Kat, for pinking this for me.
They celebrated Yule by combining the old ways and the new with a touch of Saturnalia thrown in for good measure. Which basically meant Luigi thought every holiday needed an orgy as part of its celebration; no matter how many times Wolfgang explained that orgies had nothing to do with said holiday. Things carried on like that until Luigi’s wife left him. He then packed up his kids and moved to America. Wolfgang was to follow, two years later, when his wife became ill. And while there were not any orgies, they still celebrated as they had had with a mix of pagan and Christian ideals.
This was to be thei