hell is such a pretty place, although they could really do with some renovations. such a happy place, where the "demons" inhabiting it are beyond quite a few horror movies, although unlike most, they aren't entirely mindless beasts. its more like an alternate universe to this one. yeh, that about sums it up. and its preferable, because the "demons" and all that are my kind of people. we get along pretty good. and human souls? they dont go there, its more like they're reborn into this world, in which they can rise out of, to glory and god's grace and all that sappy bs. ugh. revolting. but, if they are destroyed in "hell", then they pass from all existance. believe me!
by now you're asking yourselves: if i like "hell" so much, then why am i here? mainly because i'm on holiday... okay, i'm lying. i pissed off one of the major deities whos got friends in high places, so to speak, and i was sent to endure an entire mortal lifespan (the traditional holiday length), on this chunk of space-dust. it might not have been so bad had they sort of accidentally-on-purpose put me in such a dead-end life. i'm rambling again, aren't i?
me: been there, done that...
Out of nowhere: In the Navy...
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.