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Salad Fingers Episode 7

rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Jan 28, 2006 | 11:27 PM EST
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It's been a while, but here's the latest in this series.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


thats a really gd series uve got going there it may have no storyline but it is really unusual in a gd way becuz it scary but u just want 2 kepp watching and theres so much random comedy.

well i must go and add some ground sugar too my tea using a rusty spoon =P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

My interpretation of the series

Okay...First off I think Salad fingers was once a human being but was altered by the effects of "Thr Great War". I think the great war was the 3rd world war and everybody lauched nuclear bombs on each other. Thus, the radiation from the nuclear bombs caused the world of Salad Fingers. Also, it turned Salad fingers into a he/she. I also think that Kenneth was his brother who went to go fight in the war, but he died and they buried him in their front yard. And the radiation, I think, messed with Salad's head and he is in denial about everything. He thinks Kenneth is still alive, he thinks the great war is still going on, he thinks Hubert Cumberdale and all the rest of his little finger puppets are alive and talking to him. Also the radiation messed inanimate objects also. Causing the tree to be able to move, the radio in the episode after this to be able to emit sounds with just seeds in it, and the power to disapear out of a little cage by just pulling down a curtain like in I think its the 3rd episode. So, basically nuclear bombs dropped on everything and changed everything. That is what I think. I still think it's great though. 10 stars.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


very funny

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I don't think I've ever really been disappointed at anything you've done. I remember the last Salad Fingers I saw, he was eating his own head at the end. Confusing, but worth the time it took to watch. And this was really well thought out too. Great stuff, you got a 5 from me. And, in cas you're wondering, I gave the score in violence because of...well, the defiling of a corpse.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


so salad fingers is a cross dresser?