Limericks, Rated G

Adapting to Hell

In Hell, some accursed adapt well;
They burn through their tasks and excel;
Amid the smoke and the flames,
They haul ash and take names,
And shrug off the sulfurous smell.

Sadly, 230,548 people plunge into hellfire each and every day. At least according to whackjob would-be statistician David J. Stewart’s fanciful “facts” about imaginary souls sent to a fictional place by a non-existent deity for commiting made-up transgressions.

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