E/O Drabble Challenge: use an idiom
Spoilers/Notes: No spoilers. So, the challenge read to include an idiom, but my mind warped that into "could Sam and Dean have a whole conversation in idioms?", ummm ... long story short, the answer is yes. Although, idioms contain many words, so this is a double drabble today. This is also pretty much pure crack.
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Word count: 200.
"Rise and shine, Sleeping Beauty!" Sam shouted at his slowly rousing brother.
"Watch it, Mr. cheerful, or you'll be sleeping with the fishes."
"Ah, all bark and no bite. You were three sheets to the wind last night, water?"
Dean shook his head.
"Well, you can lead a horse to water ..."
"Aren't you the pot calling the kettle black. I think they put the whole nine yards in that drink you had."
"I only do that once in a blue moon, you are like a moth to a flame."
"Hey, don't rain on my parade. Dollar beer nights ain't exactly a dime a dozen these days."
"Anyway, we have bigger fish to fry, and you can't exactly fly by the seat of your pants while fighting the devil."
"I think you are making a mountain out of a molehill." Dean thumbed toward Castiel. "Plus, we still have our ace in the hole, he'll find the Big Guy."
Sam sighed. "I'd love to see Lucifer have to face the music."
Dean shrugged. "I guess that's all she wrote."
Castiel looked confused. "Funny. I knew all those words, but I have no idea what you just said."
They just laughed.
A/N: Anyone want to count how many I managed to throw in there? Hehe.