1. (in-ˈsep-shən)--n. the act of convincing a female (usually out of one’s league) to have sex with you by making the female think it is her own idea.
“How’d John get that girl to fuck him?... She’s so much hotter than him.”
“I don’t know; he must've inceptioned
’s are those who perform the inception. Well known extractors include the following: Jay-Z, David Spade, Michael Douglas, Marlyn Manson, and Marc Anthony.
There are 4 ways for a girl to avoid inception: 1) ‘totem
’--a specific object that acts as reminder that they are too hot for this dude (ex. a mirror or daylight as oppose to the darkness of a club). 2) Security (friends to cock block
the extractor) 2) ‘kick
’- something that wakes the target up from the dream (drunken stupor) that makes inception possible, aka sobering up.
Help in performing inception comes in the form of a ‘point man
’ (aka wingman
); an ‘architect
’ (who designs a maze like setting that is difficult for the target to escape, aka provides an empty room); a ‘chemist
’ (who can roofie the female); and a ‘forger
’ (to trick friends and/or the target into thinking the extractor is worth a shit).
2. Inception-- n. a 2010 science fiction
action film written, produced and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, with a supporting cast that includes Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy, Tom Berenger, Dileep Rao and Michael Caine.
quotes: “What's the most resilient parasite? An Idea. A single idea from the human mind can build cities. An idea can transform the world and rewrite all the rules. Which is why I have to steal it.”
“If we are gonna perform Inception then we need imagination.”
“The seed that we planted in this man's mind, may change everything.”
3. Inception-- n. the creation of new thoughts in a target, which he or she later accepts as his or her own idea.
Cobb: “We create the world of a dream. We bring a subject into that dream and they fill it with their secrets.”
Ariadne: Then you break in and steal it?
Cobb: Well, it's not strictly speaking legal.
4. n. an act, process, or instance of beginning.