TL333s' sandbox


Information contained within or relating to this article may have become lost, altered, or otherwise unknowable. Any personnel finding themselves unable to think about concepts related or in proximity to the object outlined in this article should consult Employee Termination Guidelines ETG.145.9.8: Influenced by Meme/Antimeme.

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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Due to its nature, SCP-XXXX is contained in situ. This requires a minimum of civilian repulsion procedures, given the low population density of the surrounding area.

Personnel are not to enter SCP-XXXX for any reason.

Update 05/06/2013: Due to ongoing departmental restructuring, there is currently no HMCL assigned to SCP-XXXX. All requests and queries should be directed to the Site Director until a new HMCL has been assigned.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1, -2, -3, -4, -8 and -9 refer to a wooden picket fence 10m x 15 m x 2m, a chicken coop, and two wooden chairs located in an open field on the Limerick–Ballybrophy railway line in County Laois, Ireland. The chairs have been affixed to the fencing by way of ordinary steel chains and padlocks.

SCP-XXXX was discovered in 2012 after a trainspotter reported a train derailment. Investigation revealed that a derailment had not, in fact, occurred, but that, after a certain point on the train, the cars had ceased to be attached to those in front of them. The reason for this could not be ascertained at the time.

Monitoring of the site demonstrated further accidents without apparent causes occurring on a semi-regular basis. The area was initially contained in toto, and believed to be producing an entropic effect.

This hypothesis was later proven to be incorrect.

Since containment, SCP-XXXX has been considered responsible for loss of equipment, personnel and documentation as well as damage to Foundation property. Off-site incidents are less common than those on-site, but have been occurring less frequently since 04/2013.


I've got three Euclids due for containment cleaning this week and there is not a single D-Class in sight. What the hell has happened to our budget? Is anyone out there paying attention to our staffing issues?


good fuckin job kerry, did you really have to ping the whole department about this? what, you too good to mop up slug residue by yourself? god's sake, you're such an asshole sometimes

-res. clare

This is almost as bad as when what's-his-name stormed out of the cafeteria in the middle of that big presentation last year. Anyone else remember that? The guy's name is on the tip of my tongue…

-Res. Longford

Yo, free for all in the interdepartmental mail server HYPE lets gooooo! Once you're done getting Kerry his D-Class, how about get me a cheeseburger


-JR Monaghan

Monaghan, you turd, how about some goddamned professionalism? You're such a child.

-JR Galway

The budget approval has just been tied up in paperwork, it'll go through. I know the objects you're talking about, and you'll have help before time is up.

With that in mind, in the future, do not use department-wide pings for personnel requests. There are more official channels to go through for that sort of thing that won't bother your fellow researchers. The rest of you, kindly ignore such protocol breaches in the future, thank you.

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Not to stir things back up that shouldn't be stirred, but who wrote that?

-Res. Longford

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