"Originality is the art of concealing your source." --Franklin P. Jones
Hey, at least I acknowledged mine!
1. A sexy demon chick with wings, horns, and a gothic leather dominatrix getup, complete with 4-inch heels.
2. "In medieval legend, a succubus (plural succubi; from Latin succuba; "prostitute") is a demon which takes the form of a female to seduce men (especially monks) in dreams to have sexual intercourse. They draw energy from the men to sustain themselves, often until the point of exhaustion or death of the victim." --Wikipedia
The young boy masturbated to a picture of a succubus in his Diablow manual.
Perhaps a hundred years ago or more, it was called inspiration. Now it's called plagiarism.
1. Belief in the spirit, soul, often as it relates to religious, sacred, or otherwise noncorporeal matters. A little metaphysics and philosophy are peripherally related as well, as its purpose is to give us perspective on life and what to do with it.
2. The application of any sort of philosophy, however defined, regardless of whether the person in question has any spiritual beliefs or not. This use of the word is so vague that it can be redefined to mean anything, even something that is completely materialistic.
I'm sorry, "belief in the laws of science" is not spirituality. "Realising your own inner divinity" is not spirituality. "Being nice to people" is not spirituality. If you have no spiritual beliefs, you are not spiritual, simple as that.
Of course, one shouldn't be afraid to call oneself and atheist or agnostic. It doesn't mean you are shallow, immoral, closed-minded, intellectually dishonest, or anything of that sort.
That which is founded in truth.
Just don't look up my definition of "truth", that's all I ask!
That time in the future in which you will eventually find love, happiness and financial security, which you wait for indefinitely.
Don't worry. I'm sure you'll get a girlfriend someday. Just don't ask me what my assumption is based upon and stop following me.
What envious underachievers call artists, writers, actors, or musicians when they no longer conform to their expectations.
Band X changed instead of staying exactly the same. They're sell outs!