Life in Hell
Date of Joke: Saturday, 29th October, 2005

Ole and Sven from International Falls, Minnesota die and wake up in Hell. The devil stops in to check on them and sees them dressed in parkas, mittens and bomber hats, warming them selves around the fire.

The devil asks them "What are you doing? Isn't it hot enough for you?" Ole replies, "Vell, ya know, ve're from nordern Minnesooota, da land ofsnow an ice, an ve're yust happy fer a chance ta varm up a little bit, ya know." The devil decides that these two aren't miserable enough and turns up the heat even more.

When he returns to the room of the two guys from Minnesota, the devil finds them in light jackets and hats, grilling Walleye and drinking beer.

The devil is astonished, "Everyone down here is in abject misery,and you two seem to be enjoying yourself." Sven replies, " Vell, ya know, ve don't git too much varm veather up dere at da Falls, so ve've yust got ta haff a fish fry vhen da veather's dis nice."

The devil is absolutely furious. He can hardly see straight. Finally he comes up with the answer. The two guys love the heat because they have been cold all their lives. The devil decides to turn all the heat off in Hell.

The next morning, the temperature is 40 below zero, icicles are Hanging everywhere, and people are shivering so bad that they are unable to Wail, moan or gnash their teeth. The devil smiles and heads for the room with Ole and Sven. He gets there and finds them back in their parkas, bomber hats, and mittens.

They are jumping up and down, cheering, yelling and Screaming like mad men. The devil is dumb founded, "I don't understand, when I turn up the heat you're happy. Now its freezing cold an you're still happy.

What is wrong with you two?" They both look at the devil in surprise and say, "Vell , don't ya know, if Hell iss froze over dat must mean da Vikings von da Super Bowl.

A true fan can make fun of his team and still be a fan!

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