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For those with more Christian tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Accident.

What the hell?[edit]

I think I deleted part of the intro. Unintentional, idiotic, and yet completely appropriate for this article. Huh. Anyway, the term accident first originated when someone spelled mistake completely wrong. Somehow, instead of the spelling being fixed, it was unintentionally added to the dictionary and became a common word in the English language... Funny, none of these links seem to be working correctly. I hit the dictionary link and suddenly I'm on some page about frog semen.

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Wait, I didn't mean to hit that button. A new section? But I didn't finish what I was saying. Oh well, I guess I'll just continue. Accidents can be both physical, such as falling out of a ten-story window while you're mining underground, or non-physical, such as telling everyone that you're going to murder them in their sleep when you meant to ask them what time it was. Accidents can also refer to people like Tamia Hill in 1974 - 75.

Ummm... Okay, I'm not really sure where that came from. Bold text Dammit! How do I keep hitting that button?


The first recorded accident took place in Prehistoric times when apes evolved into humans instead of a decent species. Other significant accidents include: the earth being built at an angle, causing the Perfectly Straight Tower of Pisa to appear to be leaning; the bridge connecting the earth to the moon being destroyed during World War II, thus cutting off all human contact from the egalitarian moon people; millions of tons of poisonous gas being released from power plants, causing everyone on the planet to get amnesia and forget the previous event; og din undfangelse.
Vente et sekund.
Hvad der sker?
Alvorligt, det er underligt.
Somehow, I just translated everything I said into Danish. Not really sure how, but whatever. I guess I'll just