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Episode 8.
Salad Fingers explores his cupboard.
Hope you like it.

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Nicho-ManiaNicho-Mania

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2009

If your hearing this...IM DEAD

M..My..Ra..Radio..is..talking...a..af ter..I..sa..saw..this..epi..episode

RADIO: I HEEAAR YOUU

NO..NOT THE KNIFE.....NOT THE KNIFE...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH

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LagannsiumzLagannsiumz

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 17, 2009

WHAT?! IS THIS THE END OF SALAD FINGERS??!!

NO! IT CANNOT END LIKE THIS, WE NEED MORE!!!

David Firth is a crazy genius, I love his works and I expect to see more of Salad Fingers.

(PLEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-)



CafeerCafeer

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 15, 2009

And that's the end.

The first time I saw this episode, I cried, not just because Salad Fingers was crying, but because I knew this was the end and that they had such a depressing ending.



LuigiofDarknessLuigiofDarkness

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 15, 2009

Wow...

What he said pretty much sums it up.
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DemonTomatoDemonTomato

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 14, 2009

It's driving me insane and I LOVE IT!!!

I'm fairly certain that this qualifies as psychological horror (and that's the hardest to get right, anyone can just make a fucking screamer) and it really makes you think. It leaves you confused with a million questions, but Salad Fingers's surreal world hits you deep in your psyche. You love it, but you don't know why, you're terrified, but you don't know why. The series as a whole is unnerving (to say the fucking least) and part of the fun seems to be trying to figure out just what the hell is going on.
The animation takes some getting used to I must say, but this isn't about the appearance, this is a series about some strange man in his own little abstract world that FORCES you to watch, makes you NEED to understand that world of mystery and surrealism and I have to say that this is BY FAR my favorite episode for that such reason. I can honestly say that this episode (and the series as a whole) is how you SHOULD make a story of intrigue and obscurity that fails to disappoint.
Much like many other episodes you're left wondering just what you're watching, and for reasons you're not consciously aware of, you're intrigued yet all the while disturbed on some level. Honestly it is impossible to just ignore a series like this and not like some things about it (personally, I like everything about it). Salad Fingers's naive and innocently childish nature is also lovably unnerving for more reasons I can't fully comprehend.
Bravo, my friend, bravo.


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