rating: pg, gen
warnings/spoilers: spoilers for Devil's Trap.
summary: The Impala isn't ignorant in all of this.
notes: Double drabble set in the Deus Ex Machina-verse, I suggest reading some of the others if this makes little sense.
The car thinks it's broken; like it doesn't know how to be fixed again.
The car thinks that isn't right, because it has always gotten fixed and it's not sure what being broken means exactly because all the important parts are right here and if they're right here, doesn't that mean that everything is going to be okay?
The car feels something like oil, something thick and iron and sticky sliding into the upholstery and the car doesn't know what that means but maybe the dean part's sprung a leak and the sammy part isn't rumbling in the ignition like it's supposed to and the john part shipped in suddenly and it doesn't feel right and the car can't do anything about it anyways because for the first time, the car realises that it's just a car and there is nothing it can do.
The car feels like it's in a bubble with scribbles on it, and it knows it's isn't supposed to be. It doesn't know what's going on; it doesn't understand but when the sammy part says dean quietly and the dean part says fucking trucks, the car decides that it's all going to be okay, maybe.