nap·cci·dent (nāp'sĭ-dənt, -děnt')
1. An unexpected and undesired nap, especially
one resulting in tardiness, confusion or hurt feelings.
2. Lack of intention to nap; a chance nap:
1. Although Amadeus hadn't forgotten about his romantic
date with Bernadette, he'd played too much Warhammer
that day, and had a napccident at the computer. They
didn't live happily ever after.
2. I finally got a good nights' sleep by napccident.