Spongeman
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

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SCP-XXXX upon recovery.

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX requires no special containment procedures. SCP-XXXX is stored in a standard containment cell. If SCP-XXXX is discovered missing from its cell, all personal within 50km that are currently not in a romantic relationship are ordered to search. Under no circumstances should any married individual approach SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a stuffed bear with white fur and 30cm in height. The letters 'I LUV U' are printed onto a satin heart stitched into its hand.

SCP-XXXX anomalous effects begin upon being given as a gift to a spouse when both involved individuals have been wed-locked. SCP-XXXX will animate and follow the receiver when not being directly observed. SCP-XXXX shows potential sentience, as it also will do what it can to prevent the couples current problems from disrupting their marriage.
(Update in accordance to Incident-XXXX-3) Alternatively, if SCP-XXXX is given to a spouse who is either disinterested or disloyal to their current partner, they will eventually be found dead caused by some form of 'accident'. Death is not limited to one person in the relationship, as evidence has proven in Incident-XXXX-2. Because of this, the deaths don't raise too much suspicion among the general public. However, there have always been rumors of infidelity linked to each victim.

Approximately three hours after the previous owner expires, SCP-XXXX will seemingly be removed of all traces of damage that it might have received during it's time with the possessor. Approximately six hours after it's previous owner expires, SCP-XXXX will animate and proceed to seek out another potential couple. SCP-XXXX will then turn dormant and wait somewhere it can easily be discovered. Upon enforcing successful relationships, locations SCP-XXXX will be found usually consist of a public market that sells toys. The aftermath of failed relationships however have included locations such as garbage sites and pawn shops.

Addendum: SCP-XXXX was first made aware to the Foundation when the diary of [DATA EXPUNGED] was discovered in Spain, inside a European country style household on August 5th, 1952. The last known case was February 21st, 2013.

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Note: Only relevant entries relating to SCP-XXXX are documented.

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