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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 decade ago

confusing the hell -- I mean -- the heck out of God?

This is an exerpt from an essay.

I can't help but smile when I picture what has happened now that John Paul II has joined my father in Paradise. I bet they're confusing the hell -- I mean -- the heck out of God. I am certain they are both looking down from Heaven right now and blessing us all.

  

Long may they wave.

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Q. What does this sentence mean?: I bet they're confusing the hell -- I mean -- the heck out of God.

And what does the laste sentence mean? Long may they wave their hands in the Heaven?

Update:

And then, they are confusing the hell? or Damn, they are so confusing?

or Damn, they are confusing the God?

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  • Qextor
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    First Q: Many people feel hell is a swear word, so use heck instead.

    Second Q: You do a lot of waving at people when you are the pope.

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