Showing you this page would only encourage you to want more pages.
The Financial Times has a 404 page that should be an inspiration to 404 pages everywhere.
It turns out they've been playing around with several experimental 404 pages, which are all far more interesting than the usual. It's enough to make you wish to find a broken link.
(via Sore Eyes)
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