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Submitted by whatswithjeff 981d ago | opinion piece

Kirio Hikifune or Rangiku Matsumoto: Who Do You Think is Hotter?!

From whatswithjeff.com: "So you think Senjumaru Shutara is the hottest Zero Division captain? And you didn’t expect that Hirio Hikifune was actually hotter just because she was really fat? Where you (and also me) were wrong! Who would have thought that this fat shinigami was actually totally hot after losing her stored Reiatsu? Huh?!" Please do continue reading below. (Bleach, Manga)

koga88  +   982d ago
Really?

Really.

Really...
LUCKYXS7LEVEN  +   981d ago
Really.

But to answer that question, i take Riruka Dokugamine any day
crxss  +   981d ago
Really?

Really.

Really...
Simon_Brezhnev  +   981d ago
In terms of Bleach they both are average.
iChii  +   981d ago
I see what you did there..
ExCest  +   981d ago
Who can shoot fire?

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