Item #: SCP-426

Object Class: Euclid

Laconic Containment Procedures: SCP-426 is kept in a windowless room and its presence is obfuscated in order to prevent it from ruining its own room sign. Staff are rotated in order to prevent them from starting to think they are toasters.

Laconic Description: SCP-426 is a toaster that makes you refer to it as though you were the toaster. This happens no matter how you refer to it. Additionally, if you spend too much time near it, you start to believe you are a toaster, and do things like trying to plug yourself in or stuff yourself completely with bread.

Additional Context: This was one of the first articles that had a strong format break. Instead of the usual writing format used in SCPs, this one refers to the object as "me" "I" "myself" and the like. It's a very different read from any other SCP, and walks the line between whimsical and horrifying secondary effect.

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