Difference between revisions of "Hell (Norway)"
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Hell is a village in Norway.
Hell is on the train line to Trondheim.
This is one of the most popular ways to get to Hell. Just start talking on a cell phone while behind the wheel and you are sure to end up here sooner or later.
Just sit you able-bodied butt in the handicapped seat, or bring your smelly, hairy dog or cat onto the bus. You'll end up here.
Chiron the Ferryman will take you on a brieft but traumatic ride across the burning river to Hell. There is a small fee, but what do you have to lose at this point? During large epidemics or wars, the wait for the ferry may be very long as tormented souls crowd the riverbank. There is no reason to be in a hurry anyway.
Work may be available shoveling brimstone, operating giant bellows, or prodding victims with a trident. There is no pay, but room and board are free in Hell. The boss is tough, but you've already been working for him, haven't you?
It's a little late to worry about that, isn't it?
Most people figure they will eventually get used to fire and brimstone, but they're wrong. the torment will be eternal. You should have thought about that before you decided not to tip that bathroom attendant at Mama Leone's.