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20th Mar '17 12:17:59 PM LegoLover58
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20th Mar '17 12:17:02 PM LegoLover58
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* In ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'', when Santa Claus comes back to life to seek revenge on Wonderella for (accidentally) killing him, Wonderella gives him one of these: [[spoiler: Santa becomes the intellectual property of Disney. And they NEVER give back.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'', when Santa Claus comes back to life to seek revenge on Wonderella for (accidentally) killing him, Wonderella gives him one of these: [[spoiler: Santa becomes the intellectual property of Disney. And they NEVER give back.]]]]\
* Rodimus from ''WebComic/Rejects'' is forced to endure 3 hours of Life Time Movies as part of his torture, after being kidnapped by Blackout from ''Webcomic/ChallengeoftheKreons''
9th Mar '17 4:39:23 PM Yukianesa
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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-267 SCP-267]] is a species of naked mole rat which feeds off tumours. They attack large animals, paralyze them, and drag them into their burrows, where they chew off their limbs and pump them full of carcinogenic venom to feed off the tumors this creates. This means that the larger creature, usually a human, is trapped in a pitch-black, reeking cave, in constant agony as the tumors swelling all over its body are chewed off by tiny unseen monsters that vomit root pulp into its mouth on a regular basis. This can last for ''decades''.
5th Mar '17 4:46:50 AM MoonByte
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* Irukandji Syndrome. It is caused by being stung by Irukandji jellyfish and causes the worst pain a human can imagine in their entire body, vomiting and a phenomena called "impending feeling of doom". It is never lethal to a human unless it is a child or someone with a weak heart. It can't be treated except for giving patients unholy amounts of painkillers to make it a ''little bit'' better. Oh yeah, and the venom takes ''weeks'' to get out of the system, so victims are stuck in this situation for over a month at least. The only reason why most patients don't [[DrivenToSuicide just kill themselves]] is because they are usually under strict medical surveillance and barely able to move.

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* Irukandji Syndrome. It is caused by being stung by Irukandji jellyfish and causes the worst pain a human can imagine in their entire body, vomiting and a phenomena called "impending feeling of doom". It is never isn't lethal to a human unless it is a child or someone with a weak heart. It can't be treated except for giving patients unholy amounts of painkillers to make it a ''little bit'' better. Oh yeah, and the venom takes ''weeks'' to get out of the system, so victims are stuck in this situation for over a month at least. The only reason why most patients don't [[DrivenToSuicide just kill themselves]] is because they are usually under strict medical surveillance and barely able to move.
5th Mar '17 4:46:16 AM MoonByte
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* Irukandji Syndrome. It is caused by being stung by Irukandji jellyfish and causes the worst pain a human can imagine in their entire body, vomiting and a phenomena called "impending feeling of doom". It is never lethal to a human unless it is a child or someone with a weak heart. It can't be treated except for giving patients unholy amounts of painkillers to make it a ''little bit'' better. Oh yeah, and the venom takes ''weeks'' to get out of the system, so victims are stuck in this situation for over a month at least. The only reason why most patients don't [[DrivenToSuicide just kill themselves]] is because they are usually under strict medical surveillance and barely able to move.
** There have been a few cases where people swallowed one such jellyfish. Those that didn't die from the blood pressure hike had to be put into artificial coma because the doctors didn't know how else to treat the unimaginable pain. Also, since they get a lot more venom than those who simply got stung, they stay a bit longer in hospital. One case pretty much lived in one for ''over a year''.
* Some people argue about this in regards to Persistent Vegetative State. The people suffering from this are factual awake, can open and move their eyes, some even eat. But they are unresponsive and unconcious like someone in coma and while coma patients sometimes seem to notice their environment (as proven by brain waves), people with PVS usually don't (they are in a legal grey area since they are still seen differently from brain dead people and thus are not considered dead). If a person doesn't fully wake up between the first 6 months and first year, chances of them ever waking up drop down to 13%. And even if they do, the reason they are in this state is because of extreme brain damage, so [[AndIMustScream it might not even be desire-able for some people to wake up at all]].
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16th Feb '17 1:11:04 PM EDP
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12368827/1/ Grunkle Raditz]]'', as said by the fic's summary:
-->Raditz would have chosen continued damnation over babysitting. Unfortunately, it wasn't his choice to make.
27th Jan '17 4:17:18 PM TomServo3000
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** Ten years later, the 2016 Halloween episode has the Nerd managing to communicate with an alternate universe version of himself, whose Jason actually ''did'' kill him when asked. Unfortunately, that Nerd's soul went to Hell, [[MortonsFork where his punishment was to play]] ''[[MortonsFork Friday the 13th]]'' [[MortonsFork with Jason watching him like a hawk for all eternity]].

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** Ten years later, the 2016 Halloween episode has the Nerd managing to communicate with an alternate universe version of himself, whose Jason actually ''did'' kill him when asked. Unfortunately, that Nerd's soul went to Hell, [[MortonsFork where his punishment was to play]] ''[[MortonsFork Friday the 13th]]'' [[MortonsFork with Jason watching him like a hawk hawk]] [[AndIMustScream for all eternity]].
27th Jan '17 4:16:56 PM TomServo3000
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->''"The Daemonic leads two crimes. You turn away from the path of righteousness and you abandon the Emperor as the object of your devotion. For the first death is merely a just retribution. The second is a Heresy so terrible that no punishment can be sufficient. Yet the search for an appropriate penalty continues, and it shall be found."''
-->-- '''Ecclesiarch Isus,''' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''

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->''"The Daemonic leads two crimes. You turn away from the path of righteousness and you abandon the Emperor as the object of your devotion. For the first death is merely ->''"A fate WORSE than a just retribution. The second is a Heresy so terrible that no punishment can be sufficient. Yet the search for an appropriate penalty continues, and it shall be found.fate worse than death? That's pretty bad."''
-->-- '''Ecclesiarch Isus,''' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'''''Edmund Blackadder''', ''Series/{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth''
10th Jan '17 8:40:07 AM Xion_the_Undead-Huntress
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** In other interpretations, the Mark of Cain was a physical mark, placed upon Cain's forehead, to denote that God himself had doled out Cain's punishment. This mark was to reverse any damage inflicted upon Cain, and instead force it on the assailant ''sevenfold''. Talk about BlessedWithSuck.
** Yet ''other'' interpretations state that while Cain's retribution (or Mark, depending on the translation) was not the only one doled out by The Almighty. A second mark was administered to Cain's descendant Lamech, which reversed any attack upon him ''seventy-sevenfold''!
8th Jan '17 11:13:22 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* While any version of Hell is bad in UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}, they are supposed to be places of purification as well as punishment, and damned souls can at least hope to be reborn again someday. However, Buddhism has a special one called Avichi, which is for souls that are so evil, they're kicked out of the reincarnation cycle completely. That only happens to those who commit one of [[ThisIsUnforgivable the Five Grave Offenses]] which is limited to killing an Arhat (an enlightened being), shedding the blood of the Buddha, creating a schism within the Sangha, a community of pacifist Buddhist monks and nuns, or murdering one of your parents. Most Buddhist monks consider it taboo to publically condemn a man to Avichi, as it would be making a judgment mortals have no right to make; even the will of gods cannot condemn a man to this Hell. Buddhist dogma specifically states that a sinner forges his own path here.

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* While any version of Hell is bad in UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}}, they are supposed to be places of purification as well as punishment, and damned souls can at least hope to be reborn again someday. However, Buddhism has a special one called Avichi, which is for souls that are so evil, they're kicked out of the reincarnation cycle completely. That only happens to those who commit one of [[ThisIsUnforgivable the Five Grave Offenses]] which is limited to killing an Arhat (an enlightened being), shedding the blood of the Buddha, creating a schism within the Sangha, a (a community of [[ActualPacifist pacifist Buddhist monks and nuns, nuns]]), or murdering one of your parents. Most Buddhist monks consider it taboo to publically condemn a man to Avichi, as it would be making a judgment mortals have no right to make; even the will of gods cannot condemn a man to this Hell. Buddhist dogma specifically states that [[SelfInflictedHell a sinner forges his own path here.]]
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