9 Real-Life Levels of Hell

Submitted by: for_serious? 7 years ago in Funny
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Hell--we"ve all (almost) been to every one of these locations and regular readers of I-A-B will especially appreciate #9
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Male 21
#8 reminds me of school....
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Female 517
I thought it`s Detroit, not Florida (Southpark, anyone?).
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Male 139
#9 is totally on point. I actually live in GA, but for work I have to descend to the 9th level all the drating time. I drating hate Florida and everyone who comes from Florida.
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Male 110
APJ311 & krazyfreak58 - www.proxyspinner.de - (It`s in German) type www.i-am-bored.com into the bar at the top. Should get you past their blocking.

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Male 78
I live in Florida, and that seems about right.
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Female 245
APJ- tell me about it! our school blocked the site we use to get through the facebook block! (add `s` after http once youre on facebook, also works for other sites, but not all)
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Male 749
@ xXKaryXx

You`re lucky just to get IAB. My school blocks pretty much everything. :(
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Male 782
Holy crap I`ve experienced 7 of those.
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Female 4,039
Wow, I have been out with the couple who hates each other way more times than I`d like to admit! I`d rather poop at the gas station.
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Female 4,028
Ha, we used to do the Denny`s thing. We weren`t obnoxious though, we basically just hung out like anyone else. Although, some of the younger kids/newbs would be a little annoying...
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Female 635
can`t see it...

damn you school blocker!!!!
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Male 145
I agree with the 9th level. I`ve never been to Florida, but it`s about as far south on the mainland as you can get. Enough said.

I have to disagree with the birthday part, but that`s only because in Maui (And the rest of Hawaii, I believe), a child`s first birthday is a huge event. The smaller "first birthday"s that I have seen still included multiple kegs of beer and plenty of delicious food on the beach.
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Female 267
I`ve been to the ER multiple times in the past few months (For asthma attacks, mostly) and it`s never really been that bad. The worst was in the day time, actually.

"ugh 1am hospitals- go there for a sprained ankle , come back with 5 different kinds of the flu.
is it just me, or do people with the flu need to just stay home and rest, and cover their damn mouth? like why bother go to the hospital because you feel crappy? Maybe thats just a canadian thing, though, because we dont have to worry about insurance or cost. still pisses me off though. you obviously have the flu. rest, drink fluids, see your doctor in the am."

I never get sick at the doctor, only at concerts. I`ve now been sick for three weeks from a Toasters concert. Ugh.
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Female 3,828
ugh 1am hospitals- go there for a sprained ankle , come back with 5 different kinds of the flu.
is it just me, or do people with the flu need to just stay home and rest, and cover their damn mouth? like why bother go to the hospital because you feel crappy? Maybe thats just a canadian thing, though, because we dont have to worry about insurance or cost. still pisses me off though. you obviously have the flu. rest, drink fluids, see your doctor in the am.
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Male 571
Open mics are fun actually. To me anyway. It`s funny hearing how untalented people are, especially when they don`t realize it. And every once in a while a clinically insane person will get up there and be crazy. Isn`t that why people watch American Idol?
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Male 2,737
Being an ex-florida resident,I have to agree with the ninth level.I spent 20 years in Hell.
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Male 420
goddommit, I`m going to Florida for spring break. hopefully its not too bad for me
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Male 367
I can agree with Florida, especially the old people part. We saw a man on a motorcycle get CREAMED by this old guy who looked to be 90 years old. I think the guy died before he hit the ground about 20 feet away. Also, during the summer the "rudes" come; people from up north who cut in line and are pushy and nosy and generally rude.
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Male 586
hahaha! the open mic night and denny`s are sooo ture.
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Female 1,006
That made me giggle.

And no. There is no place worse than Florida. Why do you think it has the reputation it does? Why does IAB play "Guess the State" when crazy poo happens? Why does Fark have a Florida tag? Ethiopians wake up everyday thinking "God damn, at least this isn`t Florida."
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Male 3,756
Florida sucks.
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Male 14
Theres at least 20 states that are worse than Florida. The Midwest especially
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Female 509
Yeah...Miami Beach.
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Female 509
Yeah...Miami Beach.
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Female 376
9 is right.
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Female 336
So, Florida is the worst, huh?

I was born there. I guess that means I`m from hell. Hehe.
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Female 4,447
I`ve been to every one of those places, except Florida. In fact, I used to participate in #4, but replace actors with the stage crew and Denny`s with Village Inn. We were a much more fun group than the egotistical "actors".
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Male 2,436
Florida, so true.
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Female 1,682
Cubans who won’t shut up about Cuban politics
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Where is Prime at...>.>
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Female 330
"Florida"
haha
EPIC WIN IAB!!
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Female 695
Oh the pain of post-performance Denny`s.
Actually I was in marching band and after field shows, the band would infect some Denny`s type restaurant and were just as obnoxious as drama kids if not more.

I have horrible memories of them screaming victory school spirit chants over and over. Ugh.
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Male 500
"I recent the Cuban comment..."

Why? have you been to Cuba resently?
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Male 2,050
I recent the Cuban comment...
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Female 1,283
[quote]" `Try Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Smells like piss, vomit, booze and depravity.`

The reasons behind this are:

1. It`s true.
2. Many bars on Bourbon Street don`t let you use their bathrooms unless you get food or drink, hence people pee outside.
3. People are drunk, have thrown up, and the street cleaners haven`t shown up yet.
4. You`re still sober enough to smell everything.
5. There aren`t enough people outside yet to mask the smell."[/quote]
Dude, that sounds just nasty.
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Female 1,283
Florida...
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Male 431
Good Article!
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Female 492
KINKO`S. YES. I just finished four and a half years as a graphic design student, and I made more trips to Kinko`s in that time than I would have liked. It is a terrible place.
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Female 4,197
oh, and I`ve never thrown a party for a 1 yr old lol
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Female 4,197
Thankfully we have none of these places, but I can think of our own over here..
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Female 4,376
lol number 3. Since my fiance`s brother`s girlfriend had her second kid I will now have to endure another 1st birthday in a few months. I don`t think my mind can handle all the baby talk and screaming.
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Female 1,427
"Try Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Smells like piss, vomit, booze and depravity."

The reasons behind this are:

1. It`s true.
2. Many bars on Bourbon Street don`t let you use their bathrooms unless you get food or drink, hence people pee outside.
3. People are drunk, have thrown up, and the street cleaners haven`t shown up yet.
4. You`re still sober enough to smell everything.
5. There aren`t enough people outside yet to mask the smell.
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Female 2,352
I couldn`t agree more. I really thought the DMV would be a circle of hell.
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Female 44
good set-up
bad punchline

I`ve been on far worse places than Florida.

Try Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Smells like piss, vomit, booze and depravity.
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Male 192
haha nice and very true!
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Female 667
But... I live in Florida. I have for 5 years.
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Female 682
Its right about the drama kids. My school drama company used to go to denny`s (before it closed)after closing night. A jeep got flipped over b/c the drama company from our rival school was there the same night. heh heh heh....p.s. 5th type of florida person: The really chill, uber-groovy surfer/hippy people who say they own a ligit bussiness/hold a job but really just sell soft-core drugs and listen to good music. :D go florida folk #5!
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Male 25,416
lame!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Female 2,927
i wouldn`t say Florida is a level of hell, more like a dimension of the twilight zone.
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Male 2,688
HAHA! I survived LEVEL 9 for a month. I lived in FL during January of this year.
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Male 5,190
Woo I can survive in level 9 hell. In your face buwahah. Bet no one here will try?
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Male 794
#8 looks like my friends old bathroom, its a lot scarier in real life
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Female 427
Florida is fine.
Minnesota sucks.
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Female 836
Sigh... kind of ignored the rest of us normal folk here in Florida with that one :-P
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Male 454
#9 is Florida. Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!
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Male 3,255
lol, Florida sounds terrible.
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Female 125
But I live in Florida..... :-(
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Male 503
#9- "Gods Waiting Room" -Stewie Griffin
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Male 14,332
What no Registry of Motor vehicles!!! At least in Mass it consists of you taking a number that begins with either A,B,C or D then a number. Then you wait for hours with the letters and numbers following no logical order and usually have an insane homeless man try to hold a conversation between you and his imaginary friend.
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Male 1,013
DMV missed this list? The worst should be the Passport Authority. They take forever and barely speak engrish.
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Male 343
Hang on...
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

ok im good.
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Male 207
To be totally honest Florida isn`t all that bad. It is warm all year round and if you stay the hell out of miami, the trailer parks near the beach, and Disney World, it is a pleasant place to live.
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Male 5,314
i must say, i`ve never been in any of those, well except florida, but that was for only a day.
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Female 1,403
Link: 9 Real-Life Levels of Hell [Rate Link] - Hell--we`ve all (almost) been to every one of these locations and regular readers of I-A-B will especially appreciate #9
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