Fascinating Reddit thread!
You would be stuck in a constant state of sleep paralysis.
If I had to design Hell, I wouldn’t want people to know it’s Hell. Knowing the place is designed to torture you would make it too easy to fight against. No, I would make it seem like the person didn’t die at all. I would make them live out their lives with the worst luck imaginable. Everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Well, nearly everything. The only way to make someone truly suffer is to put them in an unwinnable situation but keep their hope alive.
A small, black box that is not tall enough to sit up in, and not long enough to lay down in.
Make it a really warm, over crowded Walmart.
A place where everybody is exactly like you, the society you deserve.
Just white nothingness. Each person is unable to see any other person. Completely alone in a white world with no explanation or way out.
Sitting alone in a vast, empty, black nothingness watching a TV play 24 hour live-streaming of heaven.
You can go anywhere by elevator. The world is merely single rooms connected by elevators.
However, the elevator will always take a random amount of time to arrive, anywhere from a few seconds to months or even years.
The doors will only stay open for three seconds, and the time it takes to open them is counted. So, you must be ready to leap through as soon as they begin opening.
There’s no indicators to tell you you’ve pressed the button and an elevator is coming. There’s no indicators to tell you the elevator is arriving. The door makes no sound when it opens or closes.
The elevator can’t be blocked open. The doors close without resistance on anything you could use to bar them open. If they close on you, you are ejected back into the room.
There is a way out, but with infinitely many floors, your chances of finding it are equally infinitesimal.
Never ever going above -30 degrees.
Never ending call with Indian tech support.
A fun place where you could roast marshmallows at leisure. Almost everyone is going there, according to the bible, so it might as well be fun.