Definitions of A Miserable Little Pile Of Secrets
A man. A male human being.
Quotation originally by Andre Malraux - French Historian, Novelist and Statesman, 1901-1976. Wrote "The Human Condition" (1933), fought for the French resistance in World War II.
Examples of A Miserable Little Pile Of Secrets
A miserable little pile of secrets!
Richter Belmont: Die, monster! You don't belong in this world!
Vlad Tepes Dracula: It was not by my hand that I am once again given flesh! I was called here by /humans/ who wish to pay me tribute!
Richter: Tribute? You steal men's souls, and make them your slaves!
Dracula: I suppose the same could be said of all religions...
Richter: Your words are as empty as your soul! Mankind ill needs a savior such as you!
Dracula: What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets! But enough talk... Have at you!
"What is man? A miserable little pile of secrets"