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An SCP is an entity or object in the SCP Foundation, usually containing anomalous properties. It stands for Secure, Contain, Protect. When describing an SCP, it can also stand for Special Containment Procedures.
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Stealing and Containing Paper. Such as getting a love note passed and taking it, putting into your Backpack, and then reading it at home
That kid Did an SCP on my PhD Paper

Stupid Joe SCP’d my love note meant for Holly
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They're like fun,fun science fiction/magic realism/ whatever you want creep-creepy-creepy crawly fun internet stories
Haven't you heard of S.C.P.'s they're like creepy pasta but its all in the same continuity
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1. SCP stands for Snap, Crackle, and Pop, a delicious snack that I always eat for a while and spit out in a second and throw it into a trash clan without exemption.

2. SCP stands for Scan, Copy, and Print it using for Scan Copy And Print. It uses a high budget for creating this facility and get low wage after begin hired, there are many people who actually think that an "employee only door" must have a Gate to enter a real SCP Containment Facility, such a poor boy.

3. SCP stands for Special Containment Procedures was horror and science fiction, fiction is about a random facility that containment a brah, strange monster brah, brah doctor bright think that chainsaw can make everything be great again brah, brah, a jelly that swap your gender? What the hell happened to this facility but actually then can not even containing any strange creature lol.

4. SCP stands for Secure copy protocol: Warning: All of this information is from Wikipedia, so don't blame me if it wrong: a means of securely transferring computer files between a local host and a remote host or between two remote hosts. It is based on the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol. "SCP" commonly refers to both the Secure Copy Protocol and the program itself. According to OpenSSH developers in April 2019, SCP is outdated, inflexible, and not readily fixed; they recommend the use of more modern protocols like SFTP and RSYNC for file transfer.

4. SCP Stands for Secure Cable Products: A secure product for cable, super safe.
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Some spoiled a.s sloppy bois who gonna rip u apart when you don't give them some stupid thing
ATTENTION ALL STAFF. DR BRIGHT JUST CHALLENGED SCP 096 TO A STARING CONTEST OH GOD OH NO
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SCP = "Secure, Contain, Protect" or "Special Containment Procedures". The SCP foundation is a "secret" organization attempting to contain all anomalous objects and entities. SCPs are divided into 3 main classes.

Safe = An object that does not pose a threat and are easy and secure to contain.
Euclid = An object that poses a threat or has more complicated or difficult containment procedures.
Keter = An object that poses a great threat or/and have very difficult and unreliable containment procedures.

The SCP foundation has dozens of Safe facilities and thousands of SCPs in containment.
Safe: SCP-1499 is a Soviet GP-5 gas mask. The anomalous effects of SCP-1499 activate when a human places SCP-1499 on their head. Approximately one second after SCP-1499 is fully secured on the subject's head, the subject vanishes from view, and is no longer detectable. Upon wearing SCP-1499, test subjects report completely different surroundings than they were in prior to wearing SCP-1499. Subjects have reported that it appears barren and inhospitable, with tall black towers filling the area. Subjects have also sighted entities in this landscape. These entities, designated SCP-1499-1, have been described as tall, nude humanoids with dark skin. Upon removing SCP-1499 from their head, subjects reappear in the same location they were in when they put it on.

Euclid: SCP-173 is constructed from concrete and rebar with traces of Krylon brand spray paint. The object cannot move while within a direct line of sight. Object is reported to attack by snapping the neck at the base of the skull, or by strangulation

Keter: SCP-217 is a virus, incurable by current means, with a rate of infectivity at 100%. The progress of the infection is very slow, with some subjects going several years before manifesting any symptoms. SCP-217 alters the biochemistry of organic tissue, causing organic matter to re-arrange into a form of “organic metal”. A subject will begin to turn into a complex arrangement of gears and clockwork, these taking over for the former biological functions.
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