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I liked it, mainly because Banana Fingers sounded alot like Loyd Grossman. Great job.
That is funny man. A good parody.
Not very orginal
Not very orginal but it was fairly funny and rather pointless but funny
The touch of monkeys on my banana fingers is pratically orgasmic
Oh dear oh dear...
Clearly you missed the point of the cartoon which you have attempted - unashamedly - to rip off. If, as I suppose, this series is supposed to be a parody of "Salad Fingers", it was doomed to failure from the start. Parody is a form of satire that imitates another work of art in order to ridicule it; or, as the great seventeenth century dramatist, poet, and wit Ben Jonson put it, "to make it absurder then it was". Since "Salad Fingers" is a work which neither takes itself seriously nor asks to be taken seriously, it defies farcical and ironic interpretation. Replacing the eponymous hero's salad-like fingers with bananas, and his faltering and pathetic northen English accent with an over-the-top American one does not make him any more ridiculous, but does suggest a lack of imagination on your part. Besides which your cartoon both looks and sounds terrible.
Blah blah blah adjective blah blah blah quote from a guy no ones ever heard of blah blah blah adjective again....................BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN!!!!!!
it was funny, in a random way
Let the funds begin...
Detective Nwar faces off with two thieves who planned on laughing all the way to the bank.
The Grifms meets The Sweatsons
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