another name for the place most people call SCHOOL!!!
student: bye im off to hell
mother: ok see you at 3:00
by ooh look February 25, 2009
1.The opposite of heaven
2.A nice little town in Michigan
1."If you continue to say things like that,you're gonna burn in hell for eternity."
2."Want to go to Hell for spring break?"
by crazyrawkergirl June 08, 2006
The Department of Motor Vehicles. A place where you stand in line for 4-5 hours, in mid-summer, in a building with no air conditioning, only to be told by one of Satan's imps that you lack 1 one of the 5 forms of identification needed to exchange your Minnesota drivers licence for a Utah one.

Contrary to popular belief, DMV employees are not human.They are vampires who feed on pure human misery,circular logic, and pointless bureaucracy.
During a visit to the nineth circle of Hell, also known as the DMV, I was unsuprised to see the grown man in front of me collapse and burst into tears. I was even less suprised when the employees the began to laugh like jackals.
by Mr. Random Person May 23, 2010
A number of distinct words and concepts in the original Greek that the New Testament was written in were all translated into the single English word Hell, from the Teutonic word ‘Hel’ which meant ‘to cover’ and later was the name of the Norse goddess of the underworld and later of the underworld itself.
Tartaros
In 2 Pet. 2:4 this word is used to describe a place where angels, not human beings, that have sinned are temporarily imprisoned.
Geenna
This word is used by Jesus to reference a physical (not ethereal) and specific (not abstract) garbage dump in the southwest of Jerusalem where the physical bodies (not ethereal spirits) of criminals were disposed of and cremated in flames instead of being given an honorable burial. When Jesus says hell in contexts such as "Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell?” (Matthew 23:33) Geenna is the word actually used. Today this valley is no longer a garbage dump and has instead been converted into a park.
Hades
This word, which means “unseen” describes the state of nonexistence in death. A being in the state of Hades does not do or experience anything. Sometimes poetic license is taken to express some point, but this is figurative. The term itself in the context of the bible refers to the state of nothingness, the Greek counterpart to the Hebrew Sheol.
Sheol
Although this later evolved into a type of afterlife, originally this, like Hades, meant merely the grave. The good and bad alike go here.
Lake of Fire
This was a later construction found in Revelations.
The Christian concept of hell evolved out of a hatred for the Romans, who ruled over the Jews, and a desire to annihilate them totally. This incredibly black hatred and desire for revenge to an unjust degree was forged out of a deep-seated insecurity, the childish rage that can only think of destroying one’s adversaries, and an incredible jealousy that wanted to rule over the Romans the way the Romans currently ruled over the Jews—taken to infinity.
"You're all going to hell!"
"Which one?"
by Freiheit November 26, 2005
1. a word of truth.
2. used for total agreement with a statement.
3. used to express a strong feeling towards a subject.
John, did you fuck that girl last night?
Hells!

for real u cant respect hoes hells no.
hells right.

was that as good for you as it was for me?
Hells!
by fuck master January 13, 2004
Pronoun: A place that child molesters told their victims they'd go if they told anyone.
"Don't tell anyone what I did to you or you'll be going to Hell!"
by StevieH884422 May 16, 2010
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