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Bleach Spoofing

By phantom130 5


Meet Ichigo Kurosaki

Chapter 1: Meet Ichigo Kurosaki

Disclaimer: I don't own Bleach or anything else that I may make reference to throughout this story.

You're traveling through another dimension; a dimension not only of Bleach characters and reading but of stupidity; a journey into a juvenile land whose boundaries are that of a FanFiction. That's a signpost up ahead: your next stop: the Spoofing Zone!

My name is Ichigo Kurosaki and I see dead people. I also see goats, ghosts, and Keigo picking his nose when he thinks no one is looking; which is kind of disturbing.

The point is I see many things so I wasn't the slightest bit surprised the night that a fifty foot monster known as a Hollow attacked my home and almost killed my sisters.

That was the night I met Rukia Kuchiki, a girl that would soon inspire over seven thousand FanFictions just pairing me and Rukia alone. I haven't read any of them... haven't got the time... too busy savin' the world.

To be honest I'm not a big fan of the Bleach Manga anyway... too many Aizen look a likes. And why does Riruka's name remind me so much of Rukia's?

Anyways this isn't the story of my life, it's just a FanFiction written by some random teenage boy still living in his parents house. Nevertheless, enjoy and don't hesitate to review.

-phantom130 5 (June 2012)

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