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I like various fandoms and way too many things so I just lump it all up here. I particularly like funny stuff. I'm also very social and talk to just about anyone.
On another note I'm a bisexual 27 year old Puerto Rican single mom. Expect to see tons of stuff in here about yaoi, yuri or het, so I hope that all of my followers are open to these types of things, otherwise you won't like following me. *wince*
Ichigo OTP: I pair Ichigo with literally everyone, except for Rukia or his sisters (I love him in yaoi). I just think he's a very pairable character, but if we were to talk about pairings that make sense I think he'd be better off with Tatsuki. Those two have had a rift between them after knowing each other for so long due to him becoming a shinigami. I guess I have a really soft spot for childhood friends, but I've loved this pairing for a long time, though before I used to love IchiRuki (lost interest too quickly on those two. NOBODY KILL ME. I'm just being honest.)
Opinion on Ichigo: He's selfless, sacrificing, goofy, has his mature moments... Sometimes I think he gives too much in his selflessness. He's willing to protect even enemies or strangers. Perhaps its the shinigami in him that is so willing to fight to protect, or he's just a very considerate guy that know what it is to be a human with problems and life-threatenign situations. He may seem bratty at times, but in some occasions he's being bratty because he cares and is used to displaying it uniquely. Other than that, we have to admit that the boy is pretty hot.
Rukia OTP: Renji. Nobody will change my mind on this. I can tolerate all pairings with her and pair her up with just anyone except Ichigo, Hichigo and Grimmjow. She does show a certain softness around Renji, though most of the time that can be overshadowed by her toughness. I like the fact that they grew up together, despite Renji deciding to let her go to Byakuya because he thought she'd be better off which was a mistake on his part (but relationships/friendships will always have its tempest which make things interesting.) These two have a lot of things to talk out and I wish Kubo would delve into that instead of just jumping over everything. And the childhood friends thing again comes into play for this pairing... TEHEHEHE Also, there's a foul rumor going about made up by idiots, that says: "You don't love Rukia if you don't ship IchiRuki." I think that's bullshit. Rukia is my second favorite female character in Bleach and I hate seeing her bashed, but I guess I'll go into that in the opinion area.
Opinion of Rukia: Despite popular bashing saying that she's 'manly' (I don't see a manly thing about her) She's indeed very feminine, beautiful and cute. She can be tough, yet understanding and insightful of things other may not see or take the time to see. She can be wise and funny at the same time. Her work as a shinigami is something she obviously loves and takes seriously. People sometimes say she's insecure, but I don't see what she needs to feel insecure about. The only time I've seen insecurity in her is when she's trying to figure out a situation or is nearly overpowered by an enemy and in spite of this, she still comes out victorous (which is the reason why I love her). I also dislike it when people depict her as hateful or too girlish. The reasons why I love Rukia's character in the first place is because she happens to be the perfect balance of feminity and strength. That doesn't mean she has to be a female version of Rambo or a Helen of Troy in feminity. She's already fine the way Kubo wrote her and I love that he made such a fascinating female lead character. (I can identify with her in many ways.)
Orihime OTP: Hands down I love her with Ulquiorra. Just like with nearly all characters in Bleach, I can tolerate and like all pairings with her in it, but when it comes to UlquiHime, it's already an addiction. People may judge me for my love of this pairing and even tease me for it (believe me that whole anti argument about him being 'dead'' has rung in my ears and given me eyesores quite a number of times) but what I liked the most about their interactions in the HM arc is that the possability of there being MORE. Orihime felt sympathy for him (the enemy) and almost became a teacher for him and he listened and saw the inner strength others fail to see within her. I think that was what made me love them in the first place. That understanding. It was almost like they were communicating without words. The expressions in their eyes, the way they stood around each other... Shit I could just go on and on about them, so to sum it all up... I don't give a shit about what anybody says, I'll still love this ship no matter what Kubo decides to do. And also, if Ulquiorra did come back to life, I wouldn't doubt for a moment that him and Orihime would pick up where they left off the moment he had turned to ashes. That is why I don't have hissy fits with the haters. I am confident. This FACT alone is what helps me get by, regardless of him not being in the manga (for now).
Opinion on Orihime: To shit on all haters comments (yes. I am used to hatemail and think haters are insecure morons), Orihime is selfless... In fact she happens to be too selfless. People hate her for the things I like her character for. Her innocence, her flaws, her funny moments, her desire to become stronger that is sometimes trampled on by her insecurity when in fact she has more than enough strength to succeed on her own... I've liked her character from the begining. Though alot of people see her as a useless goofball, I've always seen the highlights of the maturity of her character that is well coupled with her girlish innocence. Other than that the girl is beautiful but she isn't conceited about it and doesn't even seem to notice her effect on the opposite sex (and other girls), so that whole 'slutty conceited' argument is crap. Sorry for my overzealousness, but people make up some of the stupidest most OCC crap in order to bash her.
Chad OTP: I don't really pair him up with anyone, though I know he'd be a great guy to whoever he's paired up with. I do enjoy yaoi with him. Thehehehehe....
Opinion on Chad: He's a gentle giant, I'm sure many will agree with. He is willing to take abuse to protect someone else and not himself which I think speaks highly of him. Besides that I'm hispanic, so seeing a half-Mexican character in my favorite manga makes me sappy. LOL
Uryuu OTP: Sorry, but I don't pair him with any character. I've tried in the past, but er... no. Don't kill me for it people, but I'm not partuclarly drawn to any Ishida pairings and that includes yaoi. Don't hate him... I just don't pair him.
Opinion on Uryuu: He seems to like to keep everything in his inviroment in control and keeps his calm despite any situation which is an admirable trait. I don't know what else to say about him other than the fact that he's a gentleman (goofy of me I know) even toward female enemies which speaks highly of him.