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You Are Going to Hell

Going to hell is fine with you. You're not sure if you even believe in hell.

And if there is a hell, it's probably a pretty fun place! You rather be stuck with the troublemakers.

Life is short, so why wouldn't you live it up? Being good is incredibly boring.

You're not going to miss out on anything in life... even if you have to lie, steal, or cheat to get it.


Carl said…
I know I will burn in hell forever.
Count Sneaky said…
I think it was Mark Twain who said...Heaven for the climate...Hell for the conversation. Count Sneaky
Maureen said…
This is one I think I will pass on.

I prefer to be surprised.
nonamedufus said…
Carl: Guess I'll have some company.

Count: Love it!

Maureen: I just had to know. Now that I do, I can live it up!

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