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Hello! Sorry for the kind of late reply, but I enjoy talking to strangers too! It's probably because I'm easily bored, and when I've been slacking on Facebook for more than an hour I go insane...
Yeah, I enjoyed Sailor Moon, which is surprising since I'm far different from the type of person it wants to appeal to. Which, I guess is a female who is half as old as me...
Aaaaaaanyways, you seem like an interesting person! But you shouldn't hide the fact that you like Anime for everyone! Who knows, it might get you new friends! Feel free to write whenever you like :3
Hey, my pleasure.
I chose it because on some level, I feel like I can identify with it. Not the whole 'wishes' thing of course, but just that there are certain things in my life that I would rather forget.
Well.. that's not entirely true. As difficult as those sorts of things can be to live with, I can't say that I want to forget that they ever happened. Bad experiences in life are a big part of what makes us who we are, so it feels wrong to say 'I wish that I could forget them'.
Still, it would make my life a hell of a lot easier if I did. :P
Aaand I'm rambling. I hope I don't come across as one of those guys that tries to be all dark and mysterious about his tragic past; I'm just an average white guy with average white guy problems, ahahhah.
Anyway, thanks for taking an interest :)
I guess it is kinda hard to take in. I'll try and explain it as best as I can.
- A man with amnesia meets an old woman. To his surprise, she asks him what his -third- wish will be; this confuses him because as far as he knows, he's never met this old woman before.
- She explains to him that after he used his first wish, he used his second wish to -undo- the first one.
- Even though he doesn't remember the first two, he uses his third wish to have the memories from before he had amnesia returned to him.
- The woman then informs him that his third wish was exactly the same as his first wish: "I wish to know who I am".
He had amnesia to begin with. That means that after his first wish returned his memories to him, he didn't want them anymore; he didn't like the person that he was or the life that he had lived, so he used his -second- wish to take the memories away again so that he could forget who he had once been and start over.
But, now that he has used his third and final wish to return his memories to him again, he can't undo it this time and he now has to live with the burden of knowing the terrible person that he was in life.
Hopefully that makes a little more sense.
Been a while since I've logged into here.. got a fair bit of updating to do, hahah.
To answer your question, I'm not too crash-hot at 'about me's. I tend to ramble on a bit about stuff that no-one really cares about when I do it properly. So, rather than boring the hell out of people or leaving the section blank, I'll throw in a quote or something instead.
Specifically? This one is a story about the main character of an old computer game called Planescape: Torment. It's interesting just by itself, but it adds a whole other dimension to it if you know who it's about it and how it ties into the game universe. The gameplay is atrocious, even by 20th century standards but the story is unlike anything I've ever experienced.
I hope that answers your question.