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Toshiro managed to open his eyes to see his lieutenant Rangiku and then . since he started his relationship with you, he had become a bit more open. she was going to get you and her precious little taichou to the first kiss stage. with you, too relieved that you were awake and talking to him to argue. Author: Kanae kanae_mizuhito Pairing: Hitsugaya x Matsumoto Fandom: Bleach Author's Note: Right so, first of all, I want to let some things clear: I know that most mysterious, and downright complicated relationships of the whole manga. Just like with Hitsugaya's case, both Gin and Matsumoto met back when they were. Later that night, Rangiku followed Hitsugaya home and was there when he woke up. Rangiku first appears, tiredly arriving at the lieutenant meeting. .. with Apacci and Mila Rose causing them to argue among themselves as Sung-Sun criticizes them for taking her bait. What is Rangiku's Relationship with Isshin?.
He honestly couldn't see that much of a difference though; she had a pretty face either way. Rangiku continued to brush her teeth in a lazy manner before leaning forward to spit in the sink. She then silently went about drinking the cup of water. He led her into the bedroom, and gave her some privacy while she undressed. In her kitchen, he found some painkillers and another cup which he filled with water.
By the time he got back to the bedroom, his lieutenant was thankfully fully covered under the blanket and fast asleep. Toshiro allowed himself a soft smile as he placed the water and painkillers on her nightstand and wrote her a quick note before heading to the door and flicking off the light. Rangiku woke up the next morning with a splitting headache, dry mouth and an awful feeling in her stomach.
She groaned and winced at the way-too-bright sunlight streaming in through her windows. It was probably near midday. Rolling onto her side, Rangiku covered her eyes with her hands. Why did she have to drink so much last night?
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She was normally a heavy weight, but last night she had really outdone herself. Cup of sake after cup of sake…and shots, oh so many shots. She briefly wondered how Shuuhei would be holding up this morning. A sudden pained gasp left her lips as her head throbbed even harder against the inside of her skull. Damn, she was going to have to get up and find some painkillers if she wanted to survive this day, but the thought of getting out of bed and stumbling around her kitchen did not sound inviting.
After several minutes of groaning and mentally complaining, another harsh throb pushed her up into a sitting position; she needed a painkiller pronto. Rangiku turned and swung her legs over the edge of the bed. The fast movement was a bad idea, she realised, as the world around her spun and she did her best to keep last night's liquid dinner from making a speedy exit up her oesophagus and out her mouth.
As she concentrate on not vomiting, she stared at her nightstand and once the nauseous feeling had passed, Rangiku realised she was staring at a packet of painkillers and a glass of water. Well, that's handy, she thought, shakily reaching out to the items.
She wondered if she herself had put them there as she popped two small pills out of the plastic and swallowed them with a gulp of water. Rangiku doubted that it was her; she wasn't the most proactive of people.
No, Shuuhei had been just as plastered and gone his own way once they reached the Ninth. Rangiku then noticed a little note left on the nightstand. She picked it up, and once her eyes could adjust, she saw the familiar slanted script of her captain; it read 'don't be late to work'.
Oops, she was already late according to her alarm clock. She racked her brain trying to remember if she'd seen him after the date.
She must have because it did sound like something he'd do. He always took care of her, no matter how badly she messed up, or how self-induced her struggles were. Rangiku slowly began to recall her captain helping her get into her house late last night, and she remembered him helping to wipe her make-up off.
She smiled; of course it was him who left the painkillers and water next to her bed. No one else would have done that for her. Lying back down, Rangiku snuggled into her blankets.
She'd just have a short nap before heading into work, just to let the medication take effect; she was already late, so what did another half hour matter?
My Idol "Tōshirō Hitsugaya"
When she awoke again, the painkillers had indeed done their job and her stomach felt much better. She was hungry now too, a good sign.
If she got up now, she'd be just in time for lunch- 3: Shit, now she was really late. Twenty minutes later she was hurtling through the office door and startling her captain. Toshiro looked surprised to see her. She was late every morning and left early every afternoon. It was more for show than anything; he was probably trying to convince himself that he still held some sort of authority over her working hours.
I slept in, and then I felt really sick, so I slept some more," Rangiku explained with an exasperated expression, "Thank you for leaving me those painkillers, they were a real lifesaver. I thought you were on a date? Shuuhei was drunk too," Rangiku replied. She tapped a finger on her chin in a thoughtful pose, "He was a lot more drunk than me, now that I think about it.
There was a moment of silence between them as they stared at each other. Rangiku felt trapped under the intense gaze of her captain. His teal eyes had always been a mixture of beautiful and terrifying, and so she let her eyes drift down to the floor. She heard a quiet sigh from the other side of the desk. If you take a girl on a date, you should walk her home afterwards, its common courtesy. They were softer now, looking at her with a great deal of care and concern.
Or what if you had accidently stumbled into the Eleventh? I hate to think of what those barbarians might have done. She could remember falling over in front of her room last night and trying to unlock the wrong door.
Toshiro had seen it all and had been the one to help her. She couldn't really argue his point; he was right, she took a huge risk when she drank like that and then went off alone. She knew her captain was protective of her, as he was with all his squad members, and she'd made herself look like an idiot in front of him.
He was two and a half hours late to your date, and when he did turn up, he was untidy and offered a poor excuse. He didn't even bring you any flowers.
He then got so intoxicated that he couldn't walk you home, and he let you go walking around the Seireitei alone in a very similar state. Maybe she had made him sit through too many romantic comedies with her. Probably a cute, wholesome girl…like Momo or Orihime. Renji had been a total ass, gallivanting about the place like a baboon. Izuru had been so timid, she had to pick him up for the date and organise all the details.
And let's just say her captain was right not to talk about her date with Ikkaku…she shuddered at the thought alone. Her captain paused over the form he had been about to pick up from his stack of unfinished paperwork. Rangiku too paused, the breath caught in her throat. Rangiku thought about it for a second, what was the harm really?
To be honest, she was getting a little giddy on the inside. Her captain rolled his ink brush in his hand as he appeared to mull things over. After a minute, he gave a confident nod, having finally reached his decision. It specialises in modern Western cuisine, that's your favourite, right?
She did love trying all the western-style food, but it was hard to come by in the Soul Society. Get back to work. He knew she'd never shut up about it if he didn't agree, and she'd probably just do it anyway. He was definitely going to regret this. This means you'll have to call me by my first name as well! Her boobs were pressing into the back of his head but he still didn't look up from his paperwork.
I'll be on time too, so make sure you're ready. Over the last two days her excitement had been building. It was kind of funny to see her captain under this new light, to see him as a possible romantic partner rather than just a professional one. Of course she knew that the date was just a friendly one, for Toshiro to make his point, but she couldn't help but wish it was something a bit more.
Toshiro had grown up to be quite a handsome young man in Rangiku's opinion; well 'grown' probably wasn't the right word as he was still shorter than her. The height gap had closed a little though, which she was thankful for, as well as the age gap. He could now easily pass for 17, perhaps 20 if they pushed it push it a little, and Rangiku found herself looking remarkably good for her own age. On the physical appearance scale, she believed that they would make a rather attractive couple and not at all weird.
Of course, there was the professional side of things to consider as well. It was not always a good idea for couples to work in the same division, especially higher up the ranks.
Luckily there was no law against it; with soldiers living in such close quarters to one another, feelings often developed, and as long as they didn't let it get in the way of their duties, it was generally accepted. Higher ranked couples in the same division have also existed over time, such as the Thirteenth's previous Lieutenant Kaien Shiba and his wife, the Third Seat Miyako Shiba.
There were also a number of rumours about Rangiku's good friends, Captain Kyoraku and his lieutenant, Nanao; rumours which Rangiku could confirm, by the way.
Okay, Rangiku was definitely getting way too ahead of herself. She wanted to date her captain, like seriously date him. She didn't even know how her captain felt about her yet. Hell, she didn't even realise she wanted this until it happened.
Toshiro was just so perfect now that she thought about it. No one else cared for her the way he did, and none of her guy friends were the gentlemen her captain was. Coincidentally, though, he does not address any other officer with their title, only their last names.
The only people that actually call him by his given name are Ichigo, who is constantly reminded to address him properly, and Hinamori, who is the only person allowed to get away with it. In addition, Karin and her friends call him by his first name and they are never given any rebukes for it. Hitsugaya comes from the province of Junrinan in the 1st District of West Rukongai. As a young child, Hitsugaya was a bit of a brat who likes to eat watermelons and poke fun at Hinamori. Despite this he never told anyone and couldn't accurately determine what was happening other than to assume it was an ever recurring dream.
Her next door friends were scared of him, even though he had never done anything to them. His grandmother, "Granny", and Hinamori were the only ones in the district that weren't afraid of him.
His personality was supposedly "cold as ice" or at least thought to be, and he often wondered if it was due to his appearance or attitude. He noticed that Hinamori's hair grew longer and she visited less often, seemingly having a goal in her life now. He also noticed that "Granny" was getting skinnier. While out at the market one day a shopkeeper, whom he was buying items from, was treating him disdainfully.
When Hitsugaya turns around, he is knocked down by bumping into Rangiku's bosom. She then yells at him for "lying there and crying about it and not standing up like a man", although it was she who had knocked him down in the first place.
He then shakes her off and runs away. This dream is markedly different from the previous ones, where he had only experienced sensations but nothing substantial to what the meaning might be. This time, however, the reason behind the dreams not only materializes, but tries to tell him its name. Hitsugaya cannot hear him, however, as his voice is muffled by strong winds. He then wakes up in a cold sweat. She further explains that his grandmother looks pretty cold, which causes Hitsugaya to notice for the first time that the room is exceedingly cold and affecting his grandmother.
Rangiku then tells him he should become a Shinigami, stating that kids with power as strong as his need to learn how to bring their power under control. She explains that if he stays the way he is, his power will end up killing his grandmother.