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1. the place most people go when they die.
2. hell michigan, a actaul place.
1. ur gunna die and go to hell and be ruled my satan!!
2. ur moving to hell!! isnt it cold in michigan tho?
by drew rowe October 17, 2004
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A yellow bus carries me there every morning Monday through Friday.
Oh, no, here comes that bright yellow bus to take us to Hell!!!!!!
by Jesus Himself June 02, 2005
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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*
*man screams*
Out of nowhere: In the Navy...
by anonymous June 11, 2003
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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"
by Aiden Wolf™ July 29, 2004
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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.
by Biafra J July 30, 2004
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A town in Norway.
I got a greeting card from a friend. It said, "Greetings from Hell, wish you were here!"
by Atomic Chainsaw November 25, 2003
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the place were all the lawyers and country music stars go
were all going to hell and m driving the bus
by anonoymous726389 October 19, 2004
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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.
by Chang the Honorable December 05, 2002
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