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Johannes Brahm's Coffee Creamer
Brahmscreamer

Origin

Johannes Brahms

Type

Coffee creamer

Effects

Drinking cream induces extreme perfectionism.

Downsides

Obsession over perfection can be simultaneously detrimental. Causes drinkers to hate socks.

Activation

Drinking cream.

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

TBA

Shelf

TBA

Date of Collection

March 15, 1897

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Origin Edit

Johannes Brahms was a famous German composer and pianist, one of "The Three B's" alongside Bach and Beethoven, and one of the earliest known composers from the Romantic Era to have recorded his own works. Known for being an extreme perfectionist, Brahms had worked for 15 years on his First Symphony but still destroying the original version of it after its first few performances, and once claiming to have destroyed 20 string quartets even before that. Brahms was also known for having visited the Viennese coffee house "The Red Hedgehog" daily, as well as his behavior which included habitually walking with his hands behind his back, wearing cheap clothing despite his wealth, and often not wearing socks.

Effects Edit

Consumption of the cream the artifact produces can inflict the drinker with a powerful sense of perfectionism, which can be both helpful and harmful, as users will be able to use their attention to perfecting details to their advantage whilst also obsessing over them to a dangerous degree at the expense of themselves and others. Drinking the cream will also cause users to despise socks of any kind.

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