She felt neglected.
When Kaede came to baby sit, she experienced attentive care like she hadn't had before. We see her settled after Kaede passes her test by tantrum. Renge was impressed by Kaede's sense of responsibility for her and so Renge trusted her, which is something she carried for the rest of her life.
She's stressed because another day of not cracking the Enigma code is another thousand dead
If a little girl offers you a biscuit, you friggin take that biscuit, eat it, and thank her you stupid idiot.
She offers you some invisible tea, you sip that shit like you're the goddamn King of England.
Kaede Kagayama is a young woman with little direction in life. After finishing her studies, she inherits her grandmother's candy shop in the farming village she grew up in. Her business is not very profitable, her only customers are four girls that attend the only school in town. The youngest, a precocious first grader named Renge, is her most frequent guest. We learn that Kaede while in high school, reluctantly would care for baby Renge in place of her feckless onee-chan, Hikage. She is not good with kids and did not enjoy being around them. Renge was more than a handful yet Kaede managed and began to become affectionate towards her.
As the years went by, Kaede grew up living only for herself. Now as the proprietor of a small store, she spends her most of her time alone and struggles with poverty. Renge, older and beginning to explore the world around her, never forgot the compassion she received from Kaede. She often goes to see Kaede to tell her about new discoveries or share her enthusiasm for life. Though normally detached from others, Kaede takes a renewed interest in the little sprite. While Renge grows and has new experiences, Kaede watches closely over her. The curious young girl gives Kaede purpose in her dreary life. As Kaede's love for Renge nurtures, she finds a warmer side of herself she had not known before.
Who shed a tear?
Not like she isn't asking for it, just look at that ass.
Heavy feels were felt, not from the cuteness, but from the realization that I'd never have a daughter like Renge or a wife like Kaede.
Nothing heavier man.
Teddy abuse thread?
Bad things happened, anon. She has the right to be upset.
So I know that there are a lot of memes surrounding this, but what was the real purpose of that line? It seems to have came out of nowhere and maybe served as a whacky joke, which didn't seem to fit the show's normal style.
Your consciousness simply ceases to exist, no, black, no nothing.
It's a scary thought for us humans. It's hard to accept.
It's why people go to war with each other and fly planes into buildings.
Why Jim and Bill died.