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Nov 25, 2004 | 12:53 PM EST
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Author Comments

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

Dave -



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Funny and interesting

Very original and dark, quite fucked up actually. Not to keen on the animation, very simple, flat, but none the less effective. If you could make something with more depth to the animation, but retain the randomness, this could be something worth putting on tv. Very good!

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

salad fingers must be blammed

What is the deal with the series? it doesn't make any sense and is just weird. There is nothing entertaining about this at all. Good animation and making of a flash, but the quality of the product is awful. I wish this entry would get blammed along with the other 4 salad fingers, nothing against the author, i just don't like this series at all.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Man i love your stuff, ive been to your site, and i must say i love your cartoons! they rock! me and my friends quote them at school "i like rusty spoons" lmao, keep up the awsome work man


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hm, it might just be me....

But i think saladfingers is going to die in a few episodes. there are signs are the following:
-twice during the movie, he complains about his stomach.
- he also says to himself in the mirror "this is your big day", probably meaning, that this day is the peak of his life. (it's downhill form here)
- also the raven (symbol of death) takes his most treasured spoon, wich probably symbolizes his life (don't forget: he lived to find the perfect spoon, and he probably found it. but now it was taken from him, the whole meaning of his life...)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Salad Fingers the man, the monster

Sir, you have created a masterpiece in the Salad Fingers series and I cannot fault it's supreme dissection of the dark side of the human psyche