Haha, well we didn't really take the test forum too seriously, since it was all going to be deleted in a few days anyway. So we just went nuts and made posts about all sorts of strange and pointless topics, like would Ash's gender ever be retconned.
Don't worry, it's okay to get distracted. There's a bigger world out there than Bulbagardens, after all.^^
I've been okay. I recently got promoted to provisional mod status, so I'm learning to shoulder a whole new level of responsibility.
I've been good, thanks. We've had some really lovely weather over here these past few days, so that's helped to heighten my spirits. I should be getting a new camera soon too, so I'm excited about that.^^
I actually have another lunchbox I've been taking in with me, since it's a bit bigger than my tapeworm one. This one says, "I am not a suspiscious package." It either gets me a smile or an odd look. XD
And no, don't worry, I understand if you can't be hugely active all the time...there is more to life than Bulbagardens, after all.^^ Just keep going at your own pace.
Ah, answering that might ruin the twist ending somewhat. I'm not actually sure, though it's kind of implied that they'll die, but will be reborn. It's a pretty strange ending (albeit not quite the same level of "strange" as the ending of The End of Evangelion!).
"Housemate" basically just means someone who I share my house with. I have two of them.
Weiss Kreuz is very melodramatic, though it's also very funny in its way.^^
Yeah, it's a pretty imtimidating expression. Here in the UK, we have the term "getting the sack", which sounds a lot nicer by comparison.
Wolf's Rain is about these four wolves who have the ability to take on human form. They live in a world which is supposedly nearing its end, and are in search of this girl called the "Flower Maiden", who will open the way to a reborn paradise. It can be pretty grim at times, but it's very good.
My housemate is really into anime, so she's a bigger expert on it than me. She showed me a series called Weiss Kreuz, which is about these guys who are florists by day, assassins by night. It's...entertaining.^^ She also showed me Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion - which just confused me.