The silver haired man wouldn't stop staring at him. Despite the fact he couldn't see the man's actual eyes he knew the man was definitely looking at him. And he didn't like it, not one bit. "Stop staring at me."
"What do you mean chibi?"
Toshiro felt himself wash over with indignation. "What did you call me?"
"I don't like you!"
"Well, I certainly like you Shiro-chan."
"Don't call me that either!"
"Toshiro?" Rangiku's voice came from the doorway before she turned her head to look at the person on the couch. "Gin?" The woman let out a sigh. "What are you doing here?"
"Watching the kiddo?"
"I don't like it!"
"I'm not hurting you."
"I still don't like it!"
"I don't like people looking at me!"
The man's eyes suddenly widened and he suddenly leaned back onto the couch as if to take a nap, his eyes closing back up. "This better?"
Toshiro paused, blinking a couple of times. "Yes. Who are you?"
"Can't you tell? I'm a taicho."
"I got that. I also know that you're the taicho of the third division."
Rangiku walked out of the room speaking over her shoulder. "Don't antagonize our new member or you'll have to deal with me."
"New..." Gin frowned. "Ah... the third seat. We're both three's aren't we."
The boy glared at the man. "You still haven't answered who you are."
Rangiku had left the room. The man frowned suddenly. "You can think of me as Rangiku's classmate from academy days. That should be good enough for you."
Toshiro blinked a couple of times. "Did you two enter the academy because you heard a voice too?"
"What are you talking about? Nobody hears voices before they enter the academy."
Gin sighed loudly. "So did I."