In Hell, new arrivals are welcomed with a ticker-tape parade featuring marching bands, songs and long, detailed speeches about your lifetime achievements (such as they are). The Carnival takes up many decades, and segues into a crowded party with music, mayhem, ear skewering noise and brazenly lascivious behaviour, which is, of course, thoroughly frowned upon, but obligatory.
Demons organise games of charades and dressing up contests. Karaoke stages blast out your favourite songs. Rivers of booze flow through open sewers and everyone you speak to is loud and drunk.
The party lasts forever.
There’s no way to leave.