Shortest way to explain: I'll have rough estimates, since I don't know exactly anymore. Let's say five years ago is when it started. Anime was a large part of my life regularly for two years, then it was not for half a year. It becomes what it was once again for the following year, then no more for the next quarter of a year. Then what? It becomes that once more, but for a mere half a year, and that lasted until the summer of this year, 2012. After the summer, I got a job, and bam! Done with Anime.*
Basically, my periods of liking Anime shortened, and my breaks from it rose in frequency. Skip to "Well that's about it..." for more on this.
Computer games. Specifically MMORPGs. All during the end of 2011 and course of 2012, I went from LaTale to Vindictus to Prototype to C9 to Prototype 2 to Skyrim (but only Skyrim for a few days). I had played Vindictus and Skyrim before, so I merely returned. Each game lasted two months maximum. Then, I just grew tired of all games. I dunno why. Maybe it was the repetitiveness?
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Oh, and I'm considering moving out from my lunatic mother and moving in with a couple friends. Need to sort things out first, and think it through, though.
*Well, that's about it... until today, December 18th, 2012. Yet another free day and nothing I want to do, I decided to watch something that wasn't too long. So no movies, no full episodes of anything (meaning the typical 20-30 minute episodes of shows), so what? The only thing I have are Anime shorts, then.
Opened up Sekiei Ayakashi Mangatan and watched the three episodes of this net Anime. Was not fully satisfied.
Killed time by cleaning my email.
Then I decide to watch something before I go off to drop off college papers and whatnot. Recorder to Randoseru (Recorder and Randsell). Well guys, I can say I'll no longer be completely empty anymore. I've returned to Anime after about two months this time. Pretty short break, but I'm glad to be back. Thank you, Recorder to Randoseru.