"I just don't see what the hubbub is about, dear". Alice's mother was a scrawny thing, just some skin and bones, rocking quietly on her chair. Alice tried again.
"We talked about this, mother. If you don't look to the stars at night, how can you expect them to look back?" To a certain degree, Alice could forgive her mother's carelessness - she was old and frail, and not quite focused as she used to be.
Her mother smiled weakly as Alice rose, offering to make them both some tea. While space quietly rocked back and forth around her, she picked out a knife and went back to the living room.
Mike rose to inspect his craftsmanship. The cuts were deep enough and would definitely turn to scars, but he wasn't sure if they screamed quite loud enough. He swayed slightly as the room violently swung around him before settling down again. Why must reality insist it's real?
He sighed and opened the door, leaving the square to his own devices. His eyes would open soon enough. And if he has just a bit of sense, he would close them just as quick and follow the smoke.
Item #: SCP-X
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-X is to be kept in a standard humanoid containment cell. Accessing SCP-X for any reason requires a written approval from SCP-X's current Lead Researcher. Following Incident-X-A, under no circumstances should personnel suffering from depression be allowed access to SCP-X. Due to this, all personnel involved with SCP-X are subjected to periodical mental evaluations every month.
Description: SCP-X is a presumed human, residing within a full bondage rubber suit, with zippers placed around the torso and crotch. Any attempt to tear, puncture or otherwise destroy the suit has failed, and the subject itself offers no form of communication. Opening the zippers has revealed no abnormalities except for a complete lack of genitalia.
SCP-X's anomalous effect will only manifest when a human subject attempts to harm SCP-X, the subject harming it quickly developing a sense of euphoria and grandeur. As SCP-X appears to be injured normally and will probably die if it suffers continued abuse, personnel suffering from depression have been barred from interaction with SCP-X in order to prevent misuse.