That page doesn't exist.
Did I screw up? Tell me!
...Otherwise, I think this one's on you bud.
By the way, do you ever wonder why the error code is 404?
Since you're here, maybe you'd like to learn.
HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is the language computers use to send each other web pages. Being a protocol, there's a bunch of standards that everyone has to follow in order to make sure everyone is on the same page. As part of these specs, the HTTP Status Codes define a bunch of three digit numbers that let a client computer know what happened to their request. The first digit specifies the class of message:
Anyways, I ripped this table straight from Wikipedia so if you have any questions check out that page I linked above.
As it turns out, 404 Not Found falls under client error (also known as PEBKAC: Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair, although that's outdated now since we have tablets and smart fridges, so really the problem could exist anywhere).
More Status Code Material
You didn't think I was going to make you sit through that without a reward, did you? Now that you know all about status codes, let me show you some fun ones. In particular:
418 I'm a Teapot - Implemented by the Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol. This was apparently a controversial addition, so naturally, I give you the Save 418 Movement. Don't worry - the 15 year old Shane Brunswick who made that website won. 418 is now a reserved status code, meaning it'll be with us forever.
451 Unavailable for Legal Reasons - The number for this one is a direct reference to everyone's favorite dystopian censorship novel, Fahrenheit 451.
300 Multiple Choices - Remember the SATs?
420 Enhance Your Calm - Previously returned by Twitter's API if you search for something too frequently. They now return 429 Too Many Requests, which is sadly not as cool.
And it doesn't end there. Have you ever wanted to see each status code, visualized as a dog?
Dogs not your thing? What about Valentine's Day comics?
The Internet is great.