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

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It's the fifth one in what now seems to be a "Quintilogy"..?
? I think you've waited long enough.

Dave - www.fat-pie.com

Reviews


SomeGreenThingSomeGreenThing

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You're sick, dude!!

You're seriously fucked up!



childofthalidomidechildofthalidomide

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Salad Fingers Rocks!

I think I liked the fourth one a bit better, but your series overall is one of my favorite, just because of it's sheer originality. If you don't make a sixth one, I will personally find you and hurt you. I MUST KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!! Keep up the great work!



PuZZeLMoNkEyZPuZZeLMoNkEyZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars

EXELLENT!!

That coudlent be a better ending then that. That deserves a perfect 10/10.



JackRabbitSlimsJackRabbitSlims

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great way to end the series

I veritably loved the salad finger series, definitely cult and short film worthy. This is a great depiction of perception and subconsciousness.



chaos731chaos731

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Paranoia in House #22

I haven't read all of these 1800 some-odd reviews, so I don't know if this has been covered, but...

Mr. Fingers is clearly paranoid, and lives in his own little world. He freaks out when the girl talks to him...because the girl isn't really there. She's a construct of his id/ego/sub/superconscious mind, and when she interrupts the "order" of his odd little fantasies, it "wakes him up", and that's why we see him huddled in the corner looking about, as if someone just scared the bejeezus out of him.
Anyway, none of the things that happen to him actually happen...unless they happen in house number 22. That setting is the only "real" place in the whole series.

That's my hypothesis, anyway. I love this series...I think it's the best portrayal of the disturbed mind that I've ever witnessed.

Great work, Mr. Firth...