Okay, so grammar-wise, I definitely intend to go over this one before officially posting it, without saying "Hey, look at the prose in this first draft! Isn't it just incredible?"
I find the main difference between Parody and Satire is that parody is used solely for the purpose of entertaining the audience with humour and gags, whilst satire is a mix of several things including parody and sarcasm, and is used to mock or poke fun at certain things, and so in this tale, when the professor says that his name is classified, and the main character replies with "Typical" I only aim to poke fun at the way most things in the SCP universe are classified. I also attempt to mock the system to the SCP website itself, when Dawn explains to the main character about the lavatory system, how he could get permanently banned simply from failing to inform the Foundation just twice.
But overall, I see where I can improve. I want this to be a fun trip through the Foundation, to have this as a way to make fun of a few of the famous SCPs, only my writing style gets in the way of that. The premise I try to make quite simple. It's a tour … and that's pretty much it. The letter he gets is secret and anonymous, and he is taken to the building in a way I honestly reckon people from the Foundation would actually transport someone.
But thanks a bunch. I will get rid of the more ridiculous concepts in the draft.