Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.
rating: +3+x
Item Number: SCP-XXXX Level 4/XXXX
Object Class: Keter Classified


An instance of SCP-XXXX-ALPHA, mid-conversion.

Special Containment Procedures: All locations infected by SCP-XXXX are to be quarantined and all associated personnel and/or civilians amnesticized. Foundation agents are to deny all job applications or requests to investigate premises. In the event SCP-XXXX infection becomes so widespread it constitutes a localized SK(S)-Class Scenario for a major populous center, all civilians are to be evacuated, and the location is to be destroyed by any means necessary.

The utilization of paratechnology to breach SCP-XXXX-BETA locations is currently pending review.

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Description: SCP-XXXX is an infectious phenomenon affecting architecture inhabited by or otherwise used by humans. Manifestations typically begin in restaurants, cafeterias, and other dining establishments (hereby referred to as SCP-XXXX-ALPHA-1) within a building. The affected location's menu will expand to include items typical of an SCP-XXXX-ALPHA-2 location. Over the course of eight to thirteen months, the SCP-XXXX-1 location will undergo a structural reorganization to become indistinguishable from a standard SCP-XXXX-2 location.

SCP-XXXX-ALPHA-2 is a non-existent fast-food restaurant chain under the name "Taco Bell". No records of the establishment, funding, patents, or ownership can be traced, and as such, have resulted in the SCP Foundation's classification of the chain as anomalous. All locations infected by SCP-XXXX will possess at least one room which is unviewable and inaccessible, labeled as employee-only sections1- the purpose of such areas has not been ascertained.

Addendum: TBA

Exploration into the dimension of infinite shitty mexican food? Montezuma's Revenge? What you think?

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