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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Being forced to live life in a body that is not your own, feel like no one knows who you are nor can they (so you're always alone even when they think they're connecting), and you're not allowed to make changes because you'll go to hell if you do.

    Except that you are already there.

    AUGGGH.
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    Every insecurity you have about yourself is validated by the world. And hammered nonstop into your mind.
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    You're stuck eternally in a room with only one television and a Nintendo 64. There are only two channels:


    When you turn on the N64, the only thing that plays is Ocarina of Time's Water Temple.


    When you try changing the channel, the only thing that loops is the trailer to "Gigli".

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    I kinda like the Supernatural: Crowley kind of hell.

    The infinite waiting line, once you're up front, you have to move to the back of the line.

    In all seriousness, that is more like purgatory, or at least purgatory has been described as an endless procession of souls which no soul can see the beginning or end of and which is proceeding forever in a direction without ever reaching its destination.

    Hell is described as perfect isolation from others, that each is folded inward on themselves forever.

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    I kind of think that my personal hell would be peopled by tea party assholes and ayn rand would be satan. And they'd all be dressed like a pack of gays.

    Well, so long as we're kidding and not talking seriously...

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    It's an image which BBC once used in an advert. A large talking head made up of tiny talking heads. They had to take it down because so many people found it repulsive. Genuinely the worst thing I can remember having seen. I will not be checking replies in case some smart-ass posts it.

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    Akathisia and a cluster headache. Forever.

    Also throw cancer in there too, I guess
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    You have a difference of opinion with someone and they won't let it go, endlessly asking you the same question rephrased a million ways, which you answer every way you can think of but which answer never reaches the other person, causing them to keep coming back and asking you what you meant, for all eternity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiltyred View Post
    You have a difference of opinion with someone and they won't let it go, endlessly asking you the same question rephrased a million ways, which you answer every way you can think of but which answer never reaches the other person, causing them to keep coming back and asking you what you meant, for all eternity.
    Type C can be difficult, but I wouldn't compare it to hell
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    I wasn't entirely serious.

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