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Unmarked Hand - Pisspoor / Ungrateful - Straight To Hell (Handbasket Not Included) (Vinyl, LP)

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Evidently, the idea of being carted to hell in a wheelbarrow can be seen on such religious iconography as the stained glass windows of Fairford Church in Gloucestershire and Hieronymus Bosch 's painting The Haywaincircaand was used in sermons dating back to Hieronymous Bosch painting The Haywain c. The cart is drawn by 'infernal beings that drag everyone to Hell'. Various versions of the phrase have appeared in the title of several published works and other media:.

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9 Responses to Unmarked Hand - Pisspoor / Ungrateful - Straight To Hell (Handbasket Not Included) (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Got says:

    The origin of the phrase ‘hell in a handbasket’ can be found in the practice of capturing the heads of guillotine victims in a basket, with the presumption being that these criminals would be going straight to hell for their crimes. Although the phrase is thought to have originated sometime during the 18th century, the first printed example.

  2. Zulushakar says:

    Hell in a handbasket: Phrases. Meaning: 'Going to hell in a handbasket' is to be deteriorating - on a course for disaster. Example: Origin: The transit to hell is conjured up in various terms that use the imagery of swiftness; for example 'hellbent' and 'hell for leather'. There are one or two theories as to why 'handbasket' was chosen as the.

  3. Kekasa says:

    Q From Brian Walker: Can you please tell me anything about the origin of the phrase going to hell in a handbasket?. A This is a weird one, which has puzzled and confused many writers. The meaning is clear enough, that some situation is getting rapidly out of hand and is going downhill fast. That explains hell, as the ultimate bad destination, but why a handbasket, of all things?

  4. Kigagis says:

    The similar earlier phrases 'hell in a basket' and 'hell in a wheelbarrow', not having the same catchiness, have now disappeared from common use. Let's launch 'going to hell in a hovercraft' and see if that flies. The earliest citation of 'Hell in a handcart' that I can find for that is in Elbridge Paige's book of Short Patent Sermons,

  5. Zologul says:

    To go to hell in a handbasket means to go to one’s doom, to deteriorate quickly, to proceed on a course to disaster. The phrase go to hell in a handbasket is an American phrase which came into general use during the American Civil War, though its popularity has spread into other countries. The origin of the term go to hell in a handbasket is unknown, the assumption is that the word Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.

  6. Bazilkree says:

    Apr 29,  · To hell in a handbasket means either ''to one's doom'' or -if used mockingly to describe a small dissipation - merely ''mildly indulgent.''. The .

  7. Yozshurn says:

    Jul 21,  · Similarly, songs like “Highway to Hell,” that present the idea of hell as a big party, reveal the foolishness of those who do not know God’s truth. “Going to Hell in a Handbasket” has several variations including, going to hell in a handcart, going to hell in a handbag, go to hell in a bucket, sending [something] to hell in a.

  8. Kara says:

    Dec 07,  · And so much for the term “handbasket.”. Now as for “going to hell in a handbasket” it is said that the goths believed that if you were not buried intact, in particular if you did not have a hand, that the gate of Heaven would not open for you, and you would go to the other place with all due haste. Hence, the expression.

  9. Brazuru says:

    Mar 08,  · Ever researched “hell in a handbasket”? Good grief, there are some weird people out there with all the answers. Glad your boys have a quirky sense of humor; ammunition against the pod people= Merrilymarylee´s last blog 20 Years to Life =-. Reply.

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