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Morgan17    1305

Name: Tall Man

Item #: 8888

Class: Either Euclid or Keter

Special Containment Procedures: To keep from teleporting out, the cage is armed with electro-magnetic force fields in each area. Guards are armed with Plasma guns in case of escape. Everyone is required to avoid contact, or they will be contaminated with Slender Sickness. If contaminated, please report to any nearby guards. They will immediately execute you, or place you in SCP-8888's containment center.

Description: SCP-8888 resembles the subject of many child kidnappings, including SCP-1486, Slender Man. He is known to give humans the disease Slender Sickness. SCP-8888 wears a shirt that says, "MASKY." The shirt possibly references Masky, one of Slender Man's three proxies, the other two Hoody and Ticci-Toby AKA Toby Rogers.

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Morgan17    1305

Name: Tentapotato

Item #: 8549

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Place SCP-8549 in ground with a 9x9x9 space near potatoes. Class D members are to water SCP-8549 daily. If a potato becomes an SCP-8549, report to any nearby guards. Guards will eliminate the infected potato.

Description: Found in the year 19██ by a farmer in the town of █████, SCP-8549 has been a mystery. Recently, it has revealed it's name to be @DwerBomb. It is known to infect other potatoes.

 

I hope this make ya happy, @DwerBomb

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Gurisar36    7

Can I join to Because I think it looks rather confused. Could you explain it or what?

And one thing more. Can I also take inspiration from a mythology, urban legend,monster,animal,cryptid,object or anything I could possibly think of.

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Name: dolphins

Item #: 34567

Object class: necrophilic

Special Containment Procedures: place scp-34567 in ocean away from other scp-34567's. Also keep scp-34567 away from humans. If scp- 34567 comes in contact with other scp-34567's report to guards as it could result in scp-34567 raping other scp-34567's. Class B personal is recommended to give scp-34567 a plush scp-34567 to ****.

Description: found in......... Reported to be extremely dangerous and necrophilic. To not come in contact or...........TRANSMISSION ERROR TRANSMISSION ERROR TRANSMISSION ERRROOR...........

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BarovSoap    878

I don't understand what any of this is, so here it goes.
 

How to make SCP: 

  1. Prepare the eggs. Break two eggs per person into a bowl or jug. Add one tablespoon of milk, water and olive oil, or sour cream per egg if you prefer a more tender moist dish; adding liquid to the eggs means the dish is less likely to turn out tough or rubbery.
  2. Mix well until the color and texture are uniform throughout. Add salt and pepper to season, if desired. You may also add cheese for cheesy eggs.
  3. Select the right sized pan for the number of eggs you will scramble. Two eggs will require a very small pan, while a dozen eggs requires a much larger one.
  4. Heat a pat of butter (2 teaspoons), bacon drippings or oil in a frying pan. Move the pan by its handle, so that the melted fat glides around the surface and coats the entire pan.
  5. Flick some tap water onto the skillet from your fingertips to test the heat. When small droplets sizzle and evaporate, the pan is just hot enough to pour in the egg mixture. Continue to whisk as you pour the egg mixture into the pan. Set the burner on low.
  6. Watch that as the eggs start to cook, the mixture solidifies. As soon as this starts happening, move the mixture around the pan with a spatula to scrape the cooked eggs from the bottom to the top of the mixture and expose the still-wet portions to the heat. This keeps the eggs from developing a leathery brown skin on the bottom.
  7. Look to see if your eggs are almost cooked. When they are, take them off the heat, as the hot pan will continue to cook them. If you prefer drier-textured eggs, leave them on the heat as required. Your eggs are done after there's no liquid of any kind left in the skillet. Remove your eggs from the pan before they lose their moist appearance.You can also add strips of cheese to the eggs to get a more vibrant flavor out of them. Make sure to add cheese when the eggs are still hot so it will all melt onto the eggs.
  8. Finished

Name: Scrambled

Item #: egg

Object Class: "or"

Special Containment Procedures: Keep refrigerated

Description: Delicious


scrambled-eggs-and-crispy-bacon-1-608x40

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Morgan17    1305

I don't understand what any of this is, so here it goes.

 

How to make SCP: 

  1. Prepare the eggs. Break two eggs per person into a bowl or jug. Add one tablespoon of milk, water and olive oil, or sour cream per egg if you prefer a more tender moist dish; adding liquid to the eggs means the dish is less likely to turn out tough or rubbery.
  2. Mix well until the color and texture are uniform throughout. Add salt and pepper to season, if desired. You may also add cheese for cheesy eggs.
  3. Select the right sized pan for the number of eggs you will scramble. Two eggs will require a very small pan, while a dozen eggs requires a much larger one.
  4. Heat a pat of butter (2 teaspoons), bacon drippings or oil in a frying pan. Move the pan by its handle, so that the melted fat glides around the surface and coats the entire pan.
  5. Flick some tap water onto the skillet from your fingertips to test the heat. When small droplets sizzle and evaporate, the pan is just hot enough to pour in the egg mixture. Continue to whisk as you pour the egg mixture into the pan. Set the burner on low.
  6. Watch that as the eggs start to cook, the mixture solidifies. As soon as this starts happening, move the mixture around the pan with a spatula to scrape the cooked eggs from the bottom to the top of the mixture and expose the still-wet portions to the heat. This keeps the eggs from developing a leathery brown skin on the bottom.
  7. Look to see if your eggs are almost cooked. When they are, take them off the heat, as the hot pan will continue to cook them. If you prefer drier-textured eggs, leave them on the heat as required. Your eggs are done after there's no liquid of any kind left in the skillet. Remove your eggs from the pan before they lose their moist appearance.You can also add strips of cheese to the eggs to get a more vibrant flavor out of them. Make sure to add cheese when the eggs are still hot so it will all melt onto the eggs.
  8. Finished

Name: Scrambled

Item #: egg

Object Class: "or"

Special Containment Procedures: Keep refrigerated

Description: Delicious

scrambled-eggs-and-crispy-bacon-1-608x40

HUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUEHUE. Class would be safe. Item # actually HAS to be a number

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Gurisar36    7

Name: The Hú xíng dāo Teapot

Item#: SCP-4567

Object class: Safe?

Special containment: The containment is a little rough hole down wise to the security room of the teapot. Is must contain one mile gram floating H2O gas per three week or is might set the heating meltdown, and might have the freeze point of -66 Celsius. This object must not be near azeotrope or oxygen, or it might exploding. It also engages in vigorous reaction with materials that are oxidizers. It also engages in violent reactions with acids.There are also a little bit of Organochloride too. The sickness it can gives ( if you open the tea pot) can give you (Dichloroacetylene) has a toxic effect on humans who are exposed to it. The most common effect that the compound has on humans is the development of neurological disorders. These disorders can persist for any amount of time between a number of days and a number of years.Exposure to the chemical can also cause a large range of other symptoms, including a headache, vomiting and nausea, jaw pain, cranial nerve palsy, appetite loss, and acute lung edema. Dichloroacetylene's level of carcinogenity in humans is not classifiable, although there are small amounts of evidence that suggest that the chemical is carcinogenic in animals.

Description: the tea is made out of the finest silver in south China they are combiner with bronze. It has little bit gold string in the other side of the tea pot . It is very small ( 6,6 cm tall ) the underside is very round triangles. It is not so colorfully decorated , just some gold stripes on it and have a fine silver other side. This is found in south China in the ending of the 18th near a small town named ...... In a little china farm. We don't know where it belongs to but the stories telling that a young chiniese woman that had make the accident to make such a strange things.

(Sorry for the bad words and maybe I will put a picture. Maybe I will add more)

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