Nature at work.
The Editor: Is there a Hell, LL ?
Demon Cat: I don’t know, but people are always talking about it. You can go to Hell, have a snowball’s chance in Hell, and even think of Hell freezing over ( to indicate a very long time ). Here CNN is mentioned with Hell. I do know it is Hell to watch. Look at how the liberals try to say ( me and us ) have the same meaning.
A chemistry student proves that Hell exists.
Sometimes Hell is used as metaphor.
This could be Hell if you were nearby.
A little ( h ) in hell might mean something good.
To be “one hell of” a ride means that the ride is going to be impressive, completely crazy, thrilling, exhilarating, a “once in a lifetime experience”, perhaps even dangerous, life-threatening. The main idea behind the expression is that something is going to be big, dangerous and thrilling.
I do know Hell is busy, they have a highway going there.