Why is it that hell is always depicted as being really hot? Last I checked most people tend to like warm weather. That’s why your most popular vacation spots are places like Hawaii and islands in the Caribbean. Last I checked, not too many people escape the summer sun and warmth with a two-week trip to the Arctic Circle.
Hell should really be depicted as a place where it’s always 2 degrees with a nasty 15mph head wind and your driveway (which constantly needs to be shoveled) is about a quarter mile long. I’m not sure where you live, but if you’re in the northeast today, chances are you know exactly what I’m talking about. Standing outside for more than five seconds in that kind of weather is enough to make me consider leading a more sinful life, just so I can be assured that I’ll spend eternity in a warm spot. Standing outside for more than ten seconds in that kind of weather makes want to quickly end my sinful life just so my spinal fluid could finally thaw out.
Maybe it’s just me, but frozen snot and numb gonads are neither fun nor invigorating. On the other hand, spending eternity in a place with year round shorts weather (and a nice pitchfork to horse around with to boot), well, that’s actually kind of enticing right about now. Somebody please remind me again why that’s so bad?
Oh, and I just found out my car needs a new fuel pump AND a new water pump. Constant $1,500 car repairs (with no warranty) should also be part of hell. Add that on.-Chum [link | comment]