Oh god it's Eric again.
That boy and his shenanigans.
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I don't know if it's just the computer I'm on, but the two pictures at the very top of the article just don't… fit well. Would it be possible to relocate one to further down in the article?
It looks fine to me.
Yeah, now that I'm home and on my regular computer it still looks a bit wonky, but not nearly as bad as when it was on the school computer. The left picture seems to be jutting into the article a bit too much.
What happens if you try to move it to another location on the same fridge? What happens if you say something disparaging about it without having knowledge of it (e.g. a D-class prompted to read "Man, SCP-683 sucks" off of a piece of paper without knowing what SCP-683 is)?
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I don't understand, why it's an Euclid?
It's only partially contained. For instance:
Researcher 1: Hey, you know SCP-683?
Researcher 2: The fridge with that ugly picture?
And now Researcher 2 will suffer a painful death. They can contain the object and prevent one means of action, but they can't so easily contain knowledge of it.
I see that the Eric tag has been added and removed from this article before. Are we to assume that this is a different Eric, then? If so, I think it might be a good idea to change the name to avoid any confusion.
There is no Eric tag. Eric is not a GOI, he's more of a … Easter Egg.
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SCP-006 "Eric's toy"
SCP-066 rolled away again and produced the phrase “Are you Eric?”
Upon initial inspection, it was discovered that the name “Eric” was carved into the inside of the removable casing.
Okay, I assumed this was a coincidence. Now I'm not so sure. What are the odds of three SCP items that bear or generate the name of the same kid? Shouldn't the Foundation try to figure out who this person was to ascertain a possible connection?
They should, by which I mean you should write about them doing that.
I assumed someone had already beaten me to this. Anyways, I agree with you, Faye. Maybe Eric has more importance in the Foundation than we think?
I'm old enough to know better, but young enough to do it anyway.
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Can we actually "know" the universe? My God, it's hard enough finding your way around in Chinatown.
Does anybody get the vibes that Eric is not a human being from the food ?