A horrible place of darkness and misery. Frequently mentioned by former AC/DC lead singer Bonn Scott. Generally equated with extreme heat or pain. Classically described as being populated by tormented sinners and filled with fire and brimstone. Biblically described as a place designed by God for the unrepentant who rejected Christ. Most people use the word casually or in a context that implies that it is a real place.
Mark: What the Hell is going on in here!
Mickey: I stepped on a nail and it hurts like Hell.
Mark: It's as hot as Hell in here.
Mickey: You look like Hell.
Mark: Your funny as Hell.
Mickey: How about some AC/DC to help my pain.
Mark: Go to Hell.
A yellow bus carries me there every morning Monday through Friday.
Oh, no, here comes that bright yellow bus to take us to Hell!!!!!!
A place where you get poked with pitchforks by red men with horns and goatlegs and listen to the Village People sing for the rest of eternity.
Satan: Welcome to Hell, sinner! *pokes victim*
Out of nowhere: In the Navy...
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A computer equipped with Windows 95 and missing the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys.
"NOOOO!!! THE BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH!! Ctrl Alt Delete!! Ctrl Alt Delete!! DAMN!! THE BUTTONS ARE GONE!!! NOOOOOO! 7|-|15 15 |\|07 L337!!!1"
The thing you never mention at a funeral
Priest. Er, yes she wasnt a christian i suppose, but she tried her best, i mean who believes in all that stuff anyway.
Oh crap im dead.
A town in Norway.
I got a greeting card from a friend. It said, "Greetings from Hell, wish you were here!"
the place were all the lawyers and country music stars go
were all going to hell and m driving the bus
often Hell The abode of condemned souls and devils in some religions; the place of eternal punishment for the wicked after death, presided over by Satan.
A state of separation from God; exclusion from God's presence.
The abode of the dead, identified with the Hebrew Sheol and the Greek Hades; the underworld.
A situation or place of evil, misery, discord, or destruction: “War is hell” (William Tecumseh Sherman).
Torment; anguish: went through hell on the job.
The powers of darkness and evil.
Informal. One that causes trouble, agony, or annoyance: The boss is hell when a job is poorly done.
A sharp scolding: gave the student hell for cheating.
Informal. Excitement, mischievousness, or high spirits: We did it for the sheer hell of it.
A tailor's receptacle for discarded material.
Printing. A hellbox.
Informal. Used as an intensive: How the hell can I go? You did one hell of a job.
Archaic. A gambling house.