I'm sure I've posted this at some point in the past but, on this day, it seems only right and proper to post it again ...
BARD DAY AT BLACK ROCK
Characters: Sam, Dean, Bobby
Word Count: 100
During their research, the brothers have an accident with an authentic Shakespeare manuscript. The great bard is not amused and exacts a unique and entertaining (well, from a spectator's point of view anyway) revenge ...
"Sam, didst thou a moron call me?"
"Verily, dude, thou art a misbegotten pox-ridden moron."
"God's Teeth! How canst thou blameth me, thou bitch; the decision to burn the friggin' page was thine."
"'Turn', Dean. Fie; I say thee, 'TURN' the page, not burn it; thou cloth-eared pribbling jerk!"
"Oh ... unknottest thou thy manjigglies, Samantha!"
"Bobby, wilt thou help us seek a solution to this most irksome perplexment?"
"Marry, Bobby, hie thee hence whither lies the answer; withal I desire not to sound like a prattling douchebag."
Bobby would figure out the reversing charm tomorrow.
Assuming he hadn't died laughing by then.