AkA Nicole, a person who is wubbed, mainly by a "NightsChaos"
Person 1- Sinful-Desire I WUB YOU
Person 2- ME TOO
NightsChaos- ME MORE
emo, and all who cling to its destructive nature.
I've been studying a class of sub-human species called "emos" that seem to proliferate extensively despite the fact that the race itself is bent on its long, dragged out, pitiful demise. It seems that these parasitic organisms persist with an insatiable desire to lure more and more humans into their realm of inexplicable, self-inflicted misery, contributing to the ever expanding, cancerous growth that is emo.more...
These creature's origins have been well researched and documented by the website of their origin: myspace. Thus, it may be henceforth noted that the creature "emo" was created by myspace for the sole purpose of extensive monetary profit, as the creatures assimilate themselves with their sorrowful, repetitive oscillations, deadening their minds to a practical reality that exists outside of their corporate-authored trap of emotional "understanding."
Simply put, the sub-human special group "emo" is simply a socially-acceptable goth, reinvented by the music business machine by vessels such as myspace and emotional instability.
Those who have fallen into such a pit as the emos have lack the maturity and practicality to be cognisant of the ridiculous state they insist to remain in, spiraling deeper and deeper into emotional dept.
Which is why it's so much fun to so unmercifully give them crap for being what they are.
The look in the eyes of a person (mainly male) that detects sexual, intellectual, physical, or emotional desire. Silkeyes are mainly found within males with dark, captivating eyes -- the kind no person can look away from.
Ashley: "Why did you fall for him? He's two years younger, not near as smart, not near as talented, and definately not near as attractive."
Sarah: "He's so kind and thoughtful, and he has silkeyes."
Ashley: "You are right. I'm unable to look away from him once I've caught his sight."
According to Christianity, Satan was originally an angel who rebelled against God (power to the people!) and also influenced Adam and Eve to eat the fruit of knowledge- which implies that had they of not eaten it, then we might not have possessed the knowledge to question authority. Ultimately, Satan was thrown into the lake of fire with his other followers- which also implies that Satan is a victim too in all of this, and considering he braved god's wrath to question the lord's divine authority- it says a lot about how Satan should be perceived, and that Satan might have had decent intentions after all. Of course, this is all subject to whether you have religious ideals- in which case, you might want to consider which being you're supporting :P
Satan's ultimate goal is to lead people away from the love of God, and to lead them into fallacies which God opposes- or if you look at it another way, fallacies which mean God no longer has control over you- some of these fallacies are listed below:more...
Premarital sex: A normal desire for human beings, and it should not be perceived as a sinful. Everyone has the right to love their body and the body of others, providing they realise what sex entails and that they are aware of any implications that follow the activities they are parcitipating in.
Drugs: As we know, some drugs are very dangerous for the body and mind- but naturally occuring drugs such as weed and hallucinogens can lead to experiencing alternative perceptions of reality, and providing necessary precautions are taken, this can lead to positive realisations about yourself and the world you live in. And may also result in a more independent mindset- which would be bad for God, understandably...
Rock Music: Opposed by hardcore Christians, Rock music is actually celebratory of everything that makes us human- and is known for championing complex ideas (seen in art rock, etcetera) and anti- authority ideals. Again, bad for God...
In all, there are lots of things perceived as sinful by Christianity- most of these are merely aspects which contribute to our independence and rights as a human being.