Does not the potter have a right over the clay, to make from the same lump one vessel for honorable use and another for common use? What if God, although willing to demonstrate His wrath and to make His power known, endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction? And He did so to make known the riches of His glory upon vessels of mercy, which He prepared beforehand for glory, even us, whom He also called, not from among Jews only, but also from among Gentiles.
The Bible suggests that God designed certain individuals to be honorable and other individuals to not be honorable.
Imagine a ceramic worker who designs and creates a beautiful doll for his daughter. That same ceramic worker may also construct a toilet, out of the same kind of material. He will use them both, but one is designed to be loved and the other is designed to be filled with human waste. This is the picture that Romans 9 presents of God's sovereign design over humanity.
So why did God do this? Why did He create the dishonorable? Why does He allow them to continue to live? And why does He send them to hell?
In my opinion, the above passage from Romans answers the question beautifully:
"He did so to make known the riches of His glory upon vessels of mercy, which He prepared beforehand for glory, even us, whom He also called, not from among Jews only, but also from among Gentiles."
Through the existence of the reprobate, we the chosen of God see His patience, His mercy, and also His perfectly just nature. Once we can see it, we glorify it. God continuously seeks His own glory -- if He did not, He would be an idolater.
While your question is a good one and perfectly valid, it brings up a few more important questions in my mind...
Why have you personally chosen to burn forever in hell? What is it about eternal torment that you find so very attractive? If you're getting exactly what you want, why would you complain?
The Bible teaches that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved (Romans 10:9). There is no better time than now to come to Christ.