hmm. off the top of my head: 5 centimeters per second, Steins;Gate, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Hajime no Ippo, and maybe anohana (though I recently finished it so it might be just some recency bias)
:weary:, some form of :nyab:, some form of :thinking:
Might be sleep tbh
Hmm I guess in small ways, mostly in arguments I think. Outside of moment to moment things I don't really find myself being vindictive or out to prove something against someone.
Out of the three, I'd say a warm blanket. I generally prefer coffee over tea but tea is plenty good too.
I've been thinking a lot about going to Japan in the next couple of years so if I could go right now I think I would for sure.
Not particularly. Haven't really been on many flights, but I find them more uncomfortable than anything else.
I don't have any pets xd
3 months is the current minimum wait before appealing a restriction. If you are currently not restricted and genuinely did not know the rule at the time and have not made any egregious misconducts with the accounts, you can send an email to email@example.com explaining your situation and your now awareness that having multiple accounts is against the rules. YMMV though, so do be careful.
At least 6 months. Depending on the severity of the reason as to why someone was restricted, they might want to wait longer before appealing.
If you were restricted, that means you did something that warranted such an action. Antagonizing a moderator once isn't why you were restricted.
Be active in chat and on forums, report users (but don't overdo it), be well behaving, have altruistic reasons for wanting to become a GMT member, and fill out the application. Bonus if you speak another language whose channel could use more moderators, and/or if you have some other outstanding qualities. And then good luck.
Varies from person to person. Most people are likely to improve more quickly by using a tablet. But without knowing how good you are currently it's kind of hard to say lol
No thanks. I appreciate the sentiment though owo