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BugBoyBugBoy once a boyalways a bugRegistered User regular
edited July 2010 in Social Entropy++
Imagine, for a moment, that somewhere in the world, a secret group of elite researchers is studying weird and creepy artifacts that could destroy the world.

Well, imagine no more, because it's real. Kind of.

The SCP-Foundation is a wiki that lists hundreds of "SCPs" or "Special Containment Procedures".

What are those?
Commonly known as 'SCPs,' these articles are overview reports of individual 'Items' in containment by SCP personnel and facilities. They quickly summarize threats and describe Items with only necessary details (as time might be short on hand in the event of a containment breach or other event).

Items can be an object, place, person, animal or even an occurance. They are given an Item# as SCP-XXX and categorized. SCPs are grouped as being 'Safe,' 'Euclid,' or 'Keter' which are classifications that explain expected threat levels.
Anyone may draw up an SCP protocol on any Item and add it to 'The List,' but every author is subject to review by his or her peers, and must adhere to the high standards and clinical approach mandated by his fellows

They range from creepy things, like a room made out of human flesh, to hilarious things, like the world's gayest man

At any rate, it's a great way to waste some time or scare yourself silly.

Press random article and get going!

Be warned though, some of this is NSFW

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