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Question #92226 posted on 05/07/2019 10:30 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Some of you have seen The Good Place, right? If you went to the Bad Place, what would your personal hell be? (I would be stuck in a dark, noisy, crowded dance hall in heels and a dress that's too tight. For the rest of eternity.)

-Sartre

P.S. I welcome any other responses to The Good Place, which I only just watched for the first time. Do you love it? Hate it? Meh it?

A:

Dear Trevor,

My personal hell would be sticking me in an uncomfortable chair, sitting at a desk, it's hot and muggy, it is completely silent and impossible to make any sound, I am correcting grammar for all eternity. Also, I am constantly being tickled. I'm deeply unsettled just answering this question.

Peace,

Tipperary

(Also, The Good Place is the greatest show of all time in my opinion)

A:

Dear Jean Paul, 

My bad place is feeling like I'm disappointing everyone I care about. That's my least favorite feeling in the whole world, and I can't think of a worse way to be punished than constantly feeling like I'm not good enough, even though I tried my best. 

Cheers (even though this answer turned out not so cheery...) 

Guesthouse

P.S. if you're really Sartre, I'd be very interested to hear about your hell, since you don't believe in personal "being" very much. Please enlighten me by shooting me an email. 

A:

Dear Forknuts,

I don't have a personal hell, and even if I did, I wouldn't tell you, ya salty ding dong. 

*Farts* 

Bad Janet

A:

Dear Sartre,

My personal Bad Place wouldn't have any hot chicks, and whenever I tried to text one somewhere else, she would respond a few times with salty texts about how I'm "insensitive" and "need to stop objectifying women" before ultimately ghosting me.

-Provo Bros