Words & Phrases
pretty much never (mostly said in a playful way)
Granddaughter: Mom is still waiting for you to sell your house and move in with her.
Grandpa: Tell her she’ll have to wait until Hell freezes over.
That was a hell of a good game!
Even though I’m used to it, driving in rush-hour traffic can be hell.
a whole bunch
He’s done a hell of a lot for the preservation of monkeys in China. He's a good man!
Often related to school or military training, a week-long series of events that are difficult to get through
I have four exams and a term paper due; this is definitely hell week!
definitely yes (or) definitely no
Lee: Let’s jump into the water and go swimming.
Mariana: Hell no … it’s too cold!
I don’t know (with emphasis)
Mom: Do you know how to put in a new ink cartridge in the printer?
Dad: Hell, I don't know. Ask your son.
extremely determined and motivated
The employees are hell-bent on getting better health insurance.
said when someone is frustrated or can't seem to understand a situation
hell? I told you that I was saving the
pizza for my lunch, and you ate all the rest of the slices!
an extremely painful situation
I have a really bad sore throat, and I have to give a speech today. Unfortunately, there's no way out of it. It's 'gonna' be a living hell.