Date: 18 Apr 2009 15:06
Number of posts: 12
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Oh. that's easy! You see, after application, they [REDACTED] but thats when the cool effects start because the bodies actually [REDACTED] However, it is imperative at this point you [REDACTED] And, if you follow these instruction, you'll be sure to avoid the massive property [REDACTED]
Hope that clears things up for you.
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Wait, but when I [REDACTED] with the [REDACTED], [DATA EXPUNGED]! I mean, I had the [REDACTED] at fu*traNSmISSION errorRRRrrrrRRRRR*ng! What went [REDACTED]? [DATA SEVERELY EXPUNGED]!
Now really people, throw the guy a bone here.
First of all, and most noticeably, the █████████████████ ████ ████████ ████████████ and then ████████ throbbing ████████ ████████ ████ fills the ██████ until ████████ infected ███ ██ ████████████ squeaky noises that drive you totally ████████ ████████ ██ gelatinous ██████ ████ ██████. But of course, if you simply apply ████ ████████, it should sort itself out.
It's what TVTropes.org calls a "Noodle Incident". It'll never be solidly explained as long as it can be played for laughs (or Squick, in the case of SCP-231).
In brief: don't bother asking; you'll never get a straight answer. And that's exactly the way it should be. (SCP-835 is an example of why some Noodle Incidents are better left unexplained. *shudder*)
It's actually pretty simple. First [DATA EXPUNGED] which results in the dead body [DATA EXPUNGED] and then [THIS PART OF THE DOCUMENT WAS LOST IN A FIRE] resulting in [RETRACTED] then [DATA EATEN BY A SHARK] and finally [DATA EXPUNGED]. See? Wasn't that obvious?