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Oct 10, 2004 | 10:33 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 11, 2004

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Hello again. I'm still here.

This one's a prequel to Spoilsbury Toast Boy and I guess it should make the first one (actually the last one) more understandable. This series goes in reverse order (a bit like Memento)and I've subtitled some parts as some of the voices are a bit hard to understand. I hope you like it.

Reviews


gorecongorecon

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 12, 2006

Charming.

Perhaps you can explain why I am thinking of Goldbergs variation # 26 at the beginning of the movie?
Or maybe I'm just being an idiot.In any case,perhaps if your eyes cross over this text then your fingers would do justice in creating few words to rid my mind of further doubt of authenticity of the audio score?



TheSilentLegionTheSilentLegion

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 17, 2009

Dystopian surrealism

Wonderfully bleak would probably be the words I would use to describe this flash. I could wright a long detailed explanation of what it is and why its so great but I think my headline says it best. 10/10



AlamusAlamus

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 22, 2006

I have but one question...

How did this get into the "funny's" section? I remember seeing one of the Toast Boy's animations of Deviantart, and somehow I lost it there, and now, here it is again! Yahoo!

But still, how is this funny? These animations are some of the most wonderfully disturbing things I've ever seen.... But how is it funny???

(Still love it though)



metal248metal248

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 24, 2006

cool

that reviewer before me is a douche, calling people that don't get this ignorant, for all he knows, this could be a random weed-dream coughed up from you. Nevertheless, these flashes are always an addiction



homerbrhomerbr

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 22, 2005

Warped and Sick... I loved it...

David Firth's Flash animations are not for everybody, just those who can appreciate his sick and demented humor. I enjoy his animations immensely and wait impatiently for the next installment of salad fingers... Great stuff for sick minds!!!