Mkay, I just looked at the first one (the pencil), since you've got two.
Generally though, joke SCPs tend to be more difficult to write than regular articles, since humor is pretty subjective and there are lots of joke SCPs on the site already, and it can be tough to find something new that people haven't seen already.
For this draft in particular:
- the "no containment" statement clashes with the "when not in use…" statement. If there are instructions for how to store it, that's containment.
- A lot of the time, joke articles are still written in clinical tone unless it's part of the joke. In this case, you're essentially giving away the joke too early by using casual language like "orange-ish" and "sharpened beige area" because you're tipping the reader off that this guy doesn't seem to be too professional.
- Ditto for the picture of the pencil. Several joke SCPs (the sun and the moon ones, for example) are built on the need for the reader to figure out what's being described rather than just being smacked in the face with LOOK IT'S A [THING] THAT'S TOTALLY NORMAL BUT THE FOUNDATION PERSON DOESN'T KNOW!!1!!1
- Try to avoid having the punchline of the joke being word-for-word in the article. The "It's a pencil, for god's sake." is too blunt, in my opinion.
Again, joke SCPs are tough to write because you need buildup, you need to keep the reader interested without giving too much away, or it needs to be different enough to catch someone's attention from the get-go.
Consider looking at other joke SCPs, and reading the corresponding discussion threads to see what people liked and didn't like about those. Often, the best way to learn is through examples.