Mr. Potatohead
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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-X is to be contained within a standard humanoid containment chamber in Site-43. SCP-X is not to be in the presence of any other organic organisms with the exception of testing purposes.

Description: SCP-X is a human male of Asian descent, 27 years old as of 08/21/2018. SCP-X's anomalous properties manifest in its ability to remove, replace, and add limbs and organs. Testing has shown that limbs or organs added or used for replacement do not have to be human, and do not have to be able to perform the task of the removed limb or organ (in replacement cases).

SCP-X was discovered in an abandoned campground with several non-anomalous artifacts related to GoI-233 Herman Fuller's Circus of the Disquieting. SCP-X was recovered possessing two arms belonging to a Felis catus (domestic house cat) attached in place of its eyes, and two tails belonging to a Rattus rattus (black rat) specimen in place of its ankles. SCP-X was provided with replacement human body parts by the Foundation.

Addendum: SCP-X Interview

Interviewed: SCP-X

Interviewer: Dr. Hart

<Begin Log>

Dr. Hart: Hello SCP-X, today I will be asking you some questions regarding your connection to—

SCP-X: Lemme guess; Herman Fuller's? The upside-down faced man?

Dr. Hart: [pause] Yes, Herman Fuller's. Could you tell me more about your connection to it?

SCP-X removes its left eye, placing it just above its left eyebrow.

SCP-X: How'd you know?

Dr. Hart: Considering you were discovered with other objects related to the circus, it wasn't much of a stretch.

SCP-X: Fair enough. Yeah, I'm from the circus. One of the most popular acts there for the longest time. Turns out removing and replacing your body parts can really attract a crowd, depending on what you use. The animal ones like wings and paws were a real crowd-pleaser.

Dr. Hart: Did anything else notable occur at your time there?

SCP-X: It depends on what your definition of notable is.

Dr. Hart: We couldn't help but notice the state you were in when we recovered you.

SCP-X bites off its tongue and proceeds to pick it up, and put it back in place.

SCP-X: There is that, I suppose.

Dr. Hart: Could you define "that"?

<End Log>

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