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Jul 1, 2004 | 9:25 AM EDT

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    Salad Fingers A strange cartoon about a creature who loves to touch rusty metal.

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This is my second NEWGROUNDS release. I hope you enjoy it. Keep your mind open



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

what is the salad fingers animation about

i dont get this animation what the fuck is the dude who likes the rusty spoon.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Don't Try Too Hard, you may hurt yourself

I've always hated your works, Mr. Firth. They're nothing more than blantant shock value, ready to charm the shit out of little gothy Hot Topic dwellers. You also might want to stop ripping off elements of your work from David Lynch.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

salad fingers...?

ok that was pretty queer. there was no meaning to that whole flash. try to post logical stuff.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

that was weird!

sorry but its not my cup of tea. i watched it because it was so popular... why? it was just creepy.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

About Keeping Your Mind Open

While I haven't got a clue how this managed to be on the front page and achieve Mr. Fulp's personal approval (pertaining to the character), I do have an open mind and I regret saying to the author, without any significant fanfare or gentleness: this flash outright sucked and deserves a thorough blamming from everyone that sees it.

Of course, I might be jumping the gun. I might be too harsh about a strange guy in this gothic, ruined world, touching spoons to feel the rust on them. Granted, rust, the finer stuff off of old, unkempt spoons, can feel quite gentle and all, it doesn't necessarily constitute a national pastime or a hobby that attracts chicks. Perhaps I'm being shallow, but did you note the Author's Notes and confirm he claims this is his second flash? Yet, I confirmed two submissions in his "Other Submissions" list, so that means three.

A previous reviewer noted this guy might be on crack (or the protagonist), but he can grasp the methods of flash animation while being unable to count the submissions he made. Lacking in professionalism or purpose, this flash doesn't bode well for the man's debut on the front page spotlight....