SCP-5057 Additional Documentation
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Addendum 5057.3 SCP-5057 was successfully transferred to the recently formed Professor Funtastic Researcher Team lead by Dr. Cole. The following interviews/interactions were recorded by Dr. Cole and the GoI-5631 research team.

From: hcole@scp.int
To: jeverwood@scp.int
Subject: SCP-5057

Hello,

Sorry to bother you; I know you are very busy but I had an inquiry about SCP-5057 and its time spent under your care. In your assistant's notes it says it is very chatty and childlike, but when we spoke it gave one-word answers and shooed me out of its containment chamber.

Did something happen to it that wasn't documented while it was under your care?

Thanks in advance.


Dr. H. Cole
GoI-563 Research Lead
Secure, Contain, Protect

From: jeverwood@scp.int
To: hcole@scp.int
Subject: RE:SCP-5057

Harry,

I did not personally interact with SCP-5057 while it was assigned to my department. My assistant Rex Alces was in charge of it. I will ask him shortly.

Regards,


Dr. J. Everwood
GoI-466 Research Lead
Secure, Contain, Protect

<BEGIN LOG>

Cole: Hello, fifty-fifty-seven. I see you are painting again.

SCP-5057: Art is purpose. Takes mind off toxicity.

Cole: Well, I'm glad you've got something to help improve your mental state. And speaking of your mental state, that's why I'm here. I wanted to check in on you and see how you were doing.

[SCP-5057 stops painting and turns to face Dr. Cole.]

SCP-5057: I is feeling toxic. I cannot be eaten by the good little boys and girls because I am toxic. So I make art. But art is not enough. So I make more art.

Cole: Yeah, I can see you've been busy.

SCP-5057: Yeah. Does you needing anything else? Should not be speaking to me because I am toxic to eat and be talking to.

Cole: What do you mean you're toxic to be spoken to?

SCP-5057: I is make friend but friend become mean and no longer friend.

Cole: I'm not sure I fully understand what you mean.

SCP-5057: Is because I am stupid little plastic failure of child product.

Cole: What? Where did you get that from?

[There is a five second silence. SCP-5057 turns around and continues painting on its canvas.]

Cole: What did you mean by that?

SCP-5057: Please do not be of talking to me. I am toxic to eat and be talking to.

[Dr. Cole approaches SCP-5057 and inspects the canvas it is working on.]

Cole: Hmm. Okay. I think I get it now. I'll be back later, fifty-fifty-seven.

SCP-5057: Okay.

From: jeverwood@scp.int
To: hcole@scp.int
Subject: RE:SCP-5057

Harry,

I checked with my assistant and he says nothing out of the norm occurred to SCP-5057 during its time here. Sorry we could not be of further assistance to your research.

Regards,


Dr. J. Everwood
GoI-466 Research Lead
Secure, Contain, Protect

From: hcole@scp.int
To: jeverwood@scp.int
Subject: SCP-5057

Hello,

I believe you should question your assistant again regarding the attached document.

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Thanks in advance.


Dr. H. Cole
GoI-563 Research Lead
Secure, Contain, Protect

<BEGIN LOG>

Cole: Hi, fifty-fifty-seven. How are you feeling?

SCP-5057: The same.

Cole: I'm sorry you're not feeling well, but I'd like to talk to you about what happened.

SCP-5057: Okay.

Cole: Researcher Rex, how did he treat you?

SCP-5057: Rex was friend. Yeah. Good friend.

Cole: Then why did you do that to the portrait of you two?

[Dr. Cole points to the portrait of Researcher Rex and SCP-5057.]

SCP-5057: I am not wanting to talk about it.

Cole: Was he cruel to you?

SCP-5057: What is cruel?

Cole: Hmm. Being cruel is like being really mean and unfriendly to someone.

[There is a ten-second silence.]

SCP-5057: Yes. He was of being cruel.

Cole: What did he do?

SCP-5057: He made me feel toxic.

Cole: I see. For what it's worth, I don't think you're toxic to talk to, fify-fifty-seven.

SCP-5057: Really?

Cole: Yeah. You seem like an alright person who was mistreated and lead to believe something that isn't true.

SCP-5057: But I am still toxic.

Cole: You may be toxic to eat, but you are not a toxic person. If anything, I believe Researcher Rex is the real toxic person here.

SCP-5057: I am… not toxic?

Cole: No. You're you. And that's perfectly fine. You know, a real friend wouldn't make you feel toxic. A real friend cares about what you have to say and actually listens to you.

SCP-5057: I am me… I am not knowing of what to say.

Cole: You don't need to say anything. Why don't you go ahead and paint something new? I have to get in contact with someone about something.

SCP-5057: Okay!

<END LOG>

From: jeverwood@scp.int
To: hcole@scp.int
Subject: RE:SCP-5057

Harry,

My assistant said he is familiar with the portrait but reports no unusual events surrounding it. However, he seemed rather uncomfortable about the situation and appeared apprehensive to answer. Therefore I will be personally combing through the logs of all recorded interactions between SCP-5057 and my assistant. I will report any findings to you.

Regards,


Dr. J. Everwood
GoI-466 Research Lead
Secure, Contain, Protect

<BEGIN LOG>

Cole: Hello, fifty-fifty-seven.

SCP-5057: Hello! I am of feeling very very good.

Cole: That's great! What turned your mood around?

SCP-5057: I spend time wondering 'what if I is make people toxic?' But you are say I am not toxic, only to eat. I am perfectly fine you say! So I spend time wondering 'what if what Doctor Cole are say is right?' And then I feel good. I have not feel good since Rex was friend.

Cole: Heh. I'm glad you're feeling better then. By the way, I think you'll be receiving something from your old 'friend' Rex.

SCP-5057: Why is?

Cole: Just call it a hunch.

SCP-5057: Okay, I is calling it hunch.

Cole: So do you want to show me what you painted today?

SCP-5057: Yes! Behold!

[SCP-5054 steps towards a canvas towards the back of its containment chamber and returns with with it, handing it to Dr. Cole.]

Cole: Very nice. Are you done with it?

SCP-5057: Yes.

Cole: Perfect. Why don't I hang it up for you?

SCP-5057: Yes!

[Dr. Cole proceeds to place the canvas on the wall, hung by a present nail.]

Cole: There we go. So, now that we've got that out of the way, why don't we talk a little about Professor Funtastic?

SCP-5057: Okay, but I ask one thing.

Cole: What is it?

SCP-5057: Can you be of calling me 'Taste'?

Cole: Anything you want, Taste.

SCP-5057: Okay. I be telling you everything I know now.

<END LOG>

Note: SCP-5057 was questioned for 2 hours following this interaction but was unable to provide any information on Professor Funtastic. Further research is currently pending.

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Portrait produced by SCP-5057.






















NOTICE OF DISCIPLINARY WARNING

This notice indicates that I, REX ALCES, have been informed by THE ETHICS COMMITTEE of recent rule-breaking behavior. I, REX ALCES, agree to not repeat this behavior under threat of further disciplinary action.

ETHICS COMMITTEE LIAISON SIGNATURE:

K. INADA

SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE:

J. EVERWOOD

PENALTY:

Docking of monthly pay (TBD).

NOTES:
Purposeful emotional manipulation of a sentient SCP object violates Ethics Committee Decree #1221-A. Further infractions will be met with termination.

This level of unprofessional behavior is unacceptable. I expected better from someone I trust enough to be my second in command. I expect you to apologize to SCP-5057 as well.

































Dear SCP-5057,

I am sorry. I shouldn't have treated you the way I did. That wasn't very friend-like of me and I sincerely hope you're being treated better wherever you are now.

- Rex.




is ok



- Señor Taste





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