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- v. Present participle of go to hell.
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I mean, when I was in grade school, if anyone picked on anyone else the nun would send them on the errand and pre-arrange it with another teacher and tell us that if we didn't stop it, we were all going to hell very soon and this had better never happen again.
When I actually needed to be void of thoughts that the city was going to hell in a hand basket, I found myself reflecting on the young people of YAAT.
Who thought the country was going to hell in a hand-basket?