this thread is now about describing mundane objects with SCP-style writing
Item #: SCP-367
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-367 is to be stored in a closed container and placed in a plain room at temperatures of no more than 0 degrees Celsius. The chamber is to be sealed with an airlock. In the event of power failure or containment breach, SCP-367's enclosure is to be evacuated of all non-expendable personnel and sealed manually. Staff are reminded not to waste time in sealing the chamber should any personnel be left behind. Once the area is secured, custodial staff should be called in to execute Class 1 hazardous containment procedures.
Description: In its dormant state, SCP-367 is a semi-transparent crystalline solid, and is relatively harmless. However, it is very sensitive to changes in temperatures [see Document #367-1a]. Tests show that temperatures above 0 degrees Celsius will trigger a change in SCP-367. Somehow, its crystalization reverses, changing SCP-367 into a liquid state. Tests on Class D personnel have shown no adverse effects from direct skin contact, but nonetheless, its properties are still largely unknown. SCP-367 is not to be heated except in a controlled laboratory environment. Personnel who compromise SCP-367's containment for personal amusement are to be terminated. Tests have shown that SCP-367 may react violently to ????????????????????????