I have to take issue that this is talking about being literally hungry in hell. There is no promise that the damned will have new bodies, much less life in eternity. The wages of sin is death. They will be thrown into the lake of fire, which is the second death. Certainly from the perspective of those in eternity, their torment is eternal, but from their own perspective, they are destroyed, dead, apart from God...where God is the essential reality of all things...in other words they go to oblivion. They end, but from the perspective of those in eternity, the smoke of their torment is visible always.
Rather I think Christ's point was that too much is never enough. That intemperate people are trying to fill a God sized whole with mere earthly food.
Such is all vanity, and a chasing after the wind. So ofcoarse those who are full in an earthly sense end up the most desperatly hungry in a heavenly sense...and we know some, such as pop culture stars who have all the money, fame, fortune, and wild women thier flesh could desire...and yet oft times left so hungry for something real they despair, and a signifigant number have even commited suicide.
Note, Christ often used earthly things like hunger and thirst as illustrations of heavenly things. And even confused and shocked some listners when He told them they had to eat His flesh and drink His blood.
I have to take issue with that; I believe it.
"That intemperate people are trying to fill a God sized whole with mere earthly food."