He made his way down an impossibly long hall. Entering a vast room, something ushered him into one of the numerous queues, some moving forward and some moving back towards him.
He heard some complain, “The queue was so long. They said I was in the wrong one.”
He asked one complainer, “Am I in the right queue?”
Agony could be heard in the reply, “You’re new? You don’t know? It’s just the beginning for you. There’s no right queue.”
In time he learnt this was hell for those who had taken pleasure in making others wait in vain in the world of the living.
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