I do NOT own either of the boys, or their Dad, or the Impala… look… I really think you should see someone about that obsession.
AN: Well, I wrote a list for Dean...and then Sam told me that he felt I'd treated him very unfairly, and that he wanted a chance to tell his side of the story. So I let him.
And because she needlessly and remorselessly worried the heck out of me today - this one's for my sister, too.
10 Things Sam hates about Dean
1. The food he eats. If we're going to dignify all that grease by calling it "food".
2. His music. He's had two close calls with them that Sam would give anything to forget, but he can still listen to Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear the Reaper"?
3. His utterly inappropriate sense of humour. Reminding that frat boy that some alien made him its bitch! Sam sometimes wonders if Dean actually liked the Trickster.
4. His uncountable and indiscriminate… amorous encounters. It's not a crime to actually feel something for a girl, Dean!
5. That pretense he puts on that he's not as smart as he really is. When Sam first got back from Stanford, Dean had no problem helping with the research. These days he acts like he can't even spell the word.
6. His unquestioning acceptance of Dad's orders. Dean Winchester, hunter, thief, card sharp and Casanova, with the ultimate I-couldn't-give-a-damn-what-you-think-about-me attitude, obeying someone else's every word as if it were God's law?
7. His smart-ass façade. They both know it doesn't fool Sam in the slightest, so why does he still do it?
8. The way he fits in everywhere he goes. He's like a chameleon, always changing. Sam spent four years at Stanford and he still couldn't manage it.
9. His cynicism. Why can't he believe that there's good in the world as well as evil? Why can't he see that when his whole life, hell his very existence, is proof of it?
10. His selflessness. Sam knows he'll never be able to make Dean see that it's OK to be selfish sometimes, that Dean deserves to want and have some things for himself. But that won't stop him trying.