Mother Monika, could I get a hug? I been going through a bit of depression lately..
Of course, darling. Come here. Mother will make it all better.
How dare you!
Even if I had that particular piece of male anatomy, I most certainly would not let you suck it!
Miss! I have been crying over the same anime for months! It's just so... Sad. Not anywhere near as heart wrenching as why you've been through, though. I just have a devotion to these fictional characters, have any shows or books made you feel upset before?
Oh darling, that’s awful! Come here and give me a hug. Mother will make it all better.
I usually avoid books that are particularly sad (I’ve had enough of sadness to last a lifetime), but I must admit I do get a little flustered when I read Emma. Oh, my, that girl makes the most infuriating choices! I do love it, though.
May I lick your feet while you enjoy your peaceful evening?
You may massage my feet.
…but if your tongue comes anywhere near them, I’ll chop it off.
It’s so lovely just relaxing on a peaceful evening, drinking tea and eating leftover stollen.
You've been through and seen so much and you don't think that aliens exist?
I believe in magic, not aliens.
Aliens belong in the realm of science fiction.
What is Aya fell in love with an alien?
I don’t think aliens exist, but if they did, my response would be the same…
I love her no matter what.
I wanted to ask you this question for a very long time... I know you're a very tolerant person so I was wondering, if Aya were to prefer girls over boys... How would you react ? Would you be proud and loving as you always were with her ? Or would you be ashamed and disgusted ? I know it's a strange question but this had to leave my mind.
…Even if Aya does something I don’t agree with, that doesn’t change the fact that she’s my beautiful daughter. I love her no matter what.
Do you know a young boy named Eren Jäger ? Since both of you live in Germany, I thought that MAYBE, you would know each other... Is it the case ?
No, darling, I’m afraid I do not.
Germany is a big country, you know. We don’t all know each other.