Although I'm woefully unfamiliar with H.P. Lovecraft's work, I am aware of his reputation as a master of horror literature and prose as well as his disturbing creation, Cthulhu.
All of this is irrelevant other than to introduce you to another masterpiece, Dark Accounting, "A collection of Lovecraftian accounting standards which are entirely computer generated."
I don't think I exaggerate when I say: It is the best.
Here's a mere sampling:
- A description of material leasing arrangements including, but not wholly-owned, accumulated exchange differences arising on the couch.
- I wirelessed that Pabodie and I concluded that the initial direct costs are incurred.
- I now beheld; so that Olney did not heed the day came, praying to keep any combination of monetary and non-monetary assets.
- If payment for an identical instrument (ie a 'portion' of the young gentleman had lots of queer things in general.
- At last they will be depreciated by the cosmic majesty of this Standard and IFRS 11.
- This differs from the table, where he began buying drugs in order to increase dividends by approximately 3 per cent or 5.5 per cent.
- The fund manager is a deductible expense in the aether of faery.
- And my personal favorite: In addition, basic and diluted earnings per share for the swart, sinister men in great decrepitude.
There's a Twitterfeed of course, so you can keep up with the financial reporting macabre. Enjoy.