does he say 'but i'm hard' right here or

It probably went like this?
  • Onodera: What do you mean "shoujo manga"? I thought it was clear back during the interview that I'm a literature editor!
  • Office girl: Yeah, but you see...
  • ---flashback---
  • Onodera's dad: I really love my son, and I respect his decision, but I was hoping you could give him a job at Marukawa?
  • Isaka-san: Sure, no problem! So long as he's willing to work hard. What does he do?
  • Onodera's dad: He's a literature editor. A very good one!
  • Isaka-san: Ah, I see!
  • Onodera's dad: Also, I think he might be gay.
  • Isaka-san: Who isn't these days? But say no more: I've got just the right department for him!
  • ---flash forward---
  • Office girl: And this is the Emerald Team.
  • Onodera: WHY WAS I SENT HERE

anonymous asked:

I have been single for about 2 years now, and it's hard to see all of my friends in committed relationships. I would much rather be in a relationship than be single, but I want to wait for the right guy. One who loves me but loves Jesus even more. One that makes me a better Christian. And I don't think I've met him yet. However, I am growing impatient and I feel bad because I feel like that means I'm doubting God. Does He get angry when I get impatient?

Hi sweet friend.

I’m so glad you’re here. If I knew who you were I’d invite you to coffee and want to be your best friend because I would ask this very same question. 

I don’t think God gets angry per say when you get impatient. You see, God is a very understanding god. Would a father grow angry with his daughter when she wants to make the right decision but is having a hard time with it? No! (At least a good father wouldn’t - and God is a perfect father soooo)

I think God is rejoicing in the fact that you know the right decision to make and that you are actually waiting instead of rushing or settling or going back to someone you know isn’t good for you (I’m 1000% guilty of the last one).
Here’s a few questions I’ve answered that were similar to yours. You can find them here and here. And here’s a link with a blog post about waiting and dating and netflixin and chillin.
Also, please listen to the song Darling. It’s beautiful and convicting and encouraging and makes me cry. 
And to top it off, a post from a girl named Jordan Lee who’s a beautiful fountain of wisdom when it comes to all of this. 

“ To my girls feeling lonely or waiting for love:
Yesterday we failed to make reservations at our favorite restaurant and got there with empty bellies only to find out there was over an hour wait. Irritated, we opted to check out the restaurant across the street. 45 minute wait there. Extra annoyed and super HANGRY we stormed off. Okay not really, but we were frustrated. We were so hungry that we decided to get dessert first. Just to keep our blood sugar up. As we finished our ice cream, we were still hungry. It helped, but didn’t quite do the trick. Thankfully, our table was ready and we sat down to eat a completely satisfying meal. I fell asleep as he drove me home, so obviously it was good.
So what’s my point? I think sometimes we turn people into ice cream cones. Like our hearts are so hungry as we wait and wait, as place after place we seek satisfaction from fails, that we settle. And that’s just it. Sometimes, we chase after a man, or run into an ice cream shop, for that quick little fix. Funny though, how we still feel hungry, or lonely, still. It’s not quiet enough.
I know because I do it. And I know what you’re thinking as you look at pictures of us grinnin’ & stuff: “big whoop. At least I’ve got a guy.” Well, yes, but that doesn’t just turn off lonely.
Because I’m a firm believer that the condition of loneliness has very little to do with a relationship status. But everything to do with God calling us to be alone with Him.
I’ve felt lonely time after time both in and out of a relationship. I get antsy when Matt doesn’t text back. I question if I’m a burden to him. I wonder if he misses me when we’re apart. I spend countless hours shuffling through lies in my head telling me I’m not quite missable or noticeable or love-able enough. Just like you do, girlfriend. Whether your single or madly in love.
So if you’re feeling lonely, look at what you’re filling yourself up with. Is it an ice cream cone, or in other words, a romance? OR is it the real meal? I’ll bet if you wait and seek a little longer, your table will be ready. And He will satisfy your hunger.
Because loneliness doesn’t exist in a place where God’s love dwells. I promise you that. ‪#‎soulscripts‬
For more like this, you can follow me on Instagram: @ soulscripts 

Keep your head up, sweet friend.

-31Women (Emma)