^ is correct, because there are just too many for me to write here.
< is actually more popular in the forums than IRL (actually, I'm quite popular, but against my will).
v is someone who is not in school (finished studies/quit).
^ Is V in a disguise, but V should go to where ^ is staying, as ^ has no intentions to kill ^ although V has intentions to kill ^ under the rules of V. Unburdened by thought, V is not ^ to ^ in V by ^'s word, from V, by ^.
< Is stuck in a very long and strangely shaped crossfire, oddly resembling a long line of text and ramblings, most likely typed out by an incredibly tired person, who may or may not be the person to the left.
^ is not V, but may be ^ under the circumstances that V is filtered by, ignoring ^'s filters, and also ^'s loud music. Furthermore, V is not a mountain lion, however, V is a mountain lion and ^ is not, while ^ is confused.