Man, did that bitch ever lie to me when she said something along the lines of, "AP is a wonderful place for intelligent discussion and feedback." More worthwhile activity at my local graveyard. Up to yet, informative sexism chatter is all AP has offered. This is why I shut the door in the faces of door-to-door salesmen--and I'll do the same with saleswomen, in the future.
...Since you asked, I'll sum NG Life up in a paragraph, and I'll even throw in an image I lazily Googled that illustrates part of my rambling. No need to thank me.
NG Life is about a dorky (though good-looking and athletic) guy called Keidai. 1,900 years ago, he lived in Pompeii as a warrior called Sirix, with the most beautiful woman in the land on one side and, on the other, a true broship friend. Sadly, everything ended in misery when a volcanic eruption destroyed Pompeii; killing everyone. Fast-forward 1,900 years into the future and Sirix has been reborn, with all of his memories fully intact, as a Japanese kid. His mother was once his little sister; his father was once his rival in love; his (now male) next-door neighbour was once his wife; and his (now female, in love with him) best friend was once his male best friend. In the No Good Life he finds himself living, Keidai must avoid becoming gay out of love for his former wife and deal with his lovable best friend wanting to enter into a relationship with him--everyone else around him not sharing his memories of tragedy, love, and broship.