A/N: I was bored, it was raining, what else was I going to do?

It's Raining, Dude

"Goddammit! This rain is following me, I swear."

"No, Dean, you're just being overdramatic."

"I am not! It has been raining for five days straight."

"That's hardly the weirdest thing that's ever happened to us."

"Two of those days were spent in the desert!"

"It does rain in the desert sometimes, you know, it's not exactly the news of the century."

"I've never seen it rain like that in the desert."

"Sure, Dean, 'cause you know everything."

"Sure I do, I'm older."

"That stopped working when I was, like, seven."

"What? No way. I'm still older so it's still true."

"You're living in the past, Dean."

"If I was living in the past it wouldn't be raining like this. Rain doesn't follow me around in the past."

"For the last time, Dean! It's not following you! It's just rain!"

"It is so following me! There's a freaking cloud hanging over my head constantly!"

"You're not the centre of the universe. It's just a cloud in the sky and it's raining, which is what clouds do. It's not following either of us. It's definitely not following you."

"Wait, wait, wait. Why's it more likely to be following you? You got some crazy raindance power you not told me about?"

"Well no, but why would it be following you?"

"These stunning good looks get me into more trouble that you realise. You never know, a rain god might be infatuated with me."

"Gods go for brains, not looks."

"You keep telling yourself that, if it makes you feel better."

"When was the last time we even heard of a rain god?"

"A few years ago. Man, we almost drowned."

"And it only just started following you five days ago? Yeah, Dean, that makes sense."

"Hey, I can't explain the mysterious ways of a god."

"That's because it's not a god doing this."

"Well, what is it, then?"

"Could be a curse... wait, what? No! It's nothing, Dean, it's just rain!"

"A curse! Yes!"

"No, Dean. Who would possibly curse you with something as mundane as being rained on?"

"Someone who only hates me a little bit?"

"Yeah, like who?"

"I don't need to know someone to be cursed by them."

"I wouldn't be surprised if someone wanted to curse you after five minutes in the same room as you."

"What? Are you kidding? I'm an incredibly likeable person!"

"How else do you explain you supposedly getting cursed?"

"I uh... well, then you're the cursed one!"

"I am not!"

"Go for a walk, I'll tell you if it stops raining while you're away."

"I'm not going out in this weather!"

"A-ha!"

"A-ha? A-ha what?"

"You just don't want to prove me right!"

"No, I don't want to get soaked through. If I go out there, I'll come back and you'll laugh at me for looking like a drowned rat."

"You make a really good drowned rat."

"Is this all to make me go out and get wet?"

"No, that's just an added bonus."

"Nothing's going to make you let go of this, is it?"

"Well, no, because the rain is following us. I'm just searching for the truth here, man."

"Okay, Dean, you got me. I'm cursed. I bumped into a woman and didn't say sorry so she cursed me and now it's raining."

"Really? Cool."

"Seeing as I am the cursed one, what I say goes and I say it's just rain so you have to shut up about it."

"Fair enough."

The End.

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