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Top 10 Weirdest Versions of Hell

Author: LaV | 29-08-2011, 04:01
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Top 10 Weirdest Versions of Hell

Today, even people of the same religion often have different beliefs about Hell. Does it exist? Is it a literal place of punishment, or just a symbol of spiritual suffering? But those questions are really just the beginning. Throughout history, people have imagined vastly different scenarios for those who didn’t do things quite right during life. Here are just a few:

10. The House of Lies

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In the ancient Persian religion of Zoroastrianism, souls after death first cross a bridge and meet a young woman who represents the personification of their actions in life. If the dead person has led a good life, she looks beautiful, while to the sinner she is hideous. It doesn’t get better for them, either: sinners are then thrown into the House of Lies, in which the damned continuously eat ‘foul food.’ This includes corpses, rotten food and several rather unpalatable bodily fluids. It’s also dark, smelly, and no matter how crowded it is, its inhabitants think they’re all alone.

 

Construction is a tough job

Author: LaV | 29-08-2011, 02:06
Views: 86

Construction is a tough job. It involves detailed planning, engineering know-how and widespread coordination. So inevitably, these large operations are prone to oversights, miscommunication and, eventually, epic FAILS. Take these 14 instances below, for example. Did no one ever think during the long, arduous construction period, “Maybe this staircase shouldn’t run right into a wall?” Or, “This faucet doesn’t belong directly over this electrical socket?” While it’s bad news for the home owner it’s definitely good news for those of us looking for a laugh.

Image00001 The Funniest Construction FAILS Ever

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