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Image of fresh SCP-XXXX milk in Dr. Brices's cubicle, post-discovery.

Item Number: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Item SCP-XXXX is to be kept within a small, black plastic container, and the container itself stored within any operational refrigeration unit located within Site-32. The container itself is to be labeled as SCP-XXXX's containment unit, and the container strapped to the fridge's shelf via zip ties.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a seemingly average, medium sized plastic cup of milk. Text on the 'front' of the cup reads "I Heart Milk", with the word "heart" being represented by a cartoonish heart graphic. The milk contents within SCP-XXXX vary between each viewing, ranging between almost empty, to almost full. The freshness of the milk within SCP-XXXX also varies, occasionally appearing curdled and sour, while most often appearing as 'fresh from the carton.'

Upon first viewing, one would suspect no anomalous properties from SCP-XXXX. The milk behaves as any milk would, and can be changed between containers, have more milk added into it, and can even be poured out without fail. It is upon physical contact with SCP-XXXX, or loss of direct line of sight, that its anomalous properties activate. Subjects who drink from SCP-XXXX, regardless of the milk's apparent state, report the milk as tasting "fresh from the carton." Despite what subjects have reported, studies have shown that the state of the milk does make a difference on its effects. Fresh milk will behave as fresh milk, while sour milk will behave as sour milk. The state of the milk will affect the subject(s) appropriately once they have been separated from SCP-XXXX.

During consumption, SCP-XXXX does not appear to lose any of its contents, remaining at a steady supply despite how much a subject continues to drink from it. If left unattended, subjects drinking from SCP-XXXX will continue to do so until they are no longer physically capable of continuing, be it from internal damage due to excess drinking, or from having SCP-XXXX forcefully removed from their posession.

The following logs are deemed the most noteworthy examples of SCP-XXXX's influence.