However, the fire in hell never goes out, especially for little boys who throw frogs. Little Timmy was no exception. He had always been a curious child, often wandering off to explore the nearby woods. One day, while out in the forest, he stumbled across a pond with a large number of frogs. Without a second thought, he began to throw stones at the frogs, laughing as they hopped away.
Little Timmy never realized the consequences of his actions. As he continued to throw stones, the frogs began to transform into a group of fire-breathing dragons. They flew out of the pond and circled around him, their fiery breath singeing his skin. Terrified, Timmy ran home as fast as he could.
For weeks afterwards, Timmy had nightmares of the dragons chasing him, their flames burning him alive. He knew he had done something wrong, and he was sure he was going to be punished.
One day, he heard a loud rumbling outside his house. He ran to the window and saw the dragons, hovering in the sky above his home. Timmy knew what was coming next.
The dragons swooped down and engulfed the house in flames. Little Timmy was never seen again, and it is said that the fire in hell never goes out, especially for little boys who throw frogs.