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

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AdelmagneAdelmagne

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 20, 2009

well.. a good end to a good series.. :(

will there be more?


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zivozivo

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 29, 2009

Love SF

I cant stop watching all your videos. Please David Firth make more SF !


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jonnz23jonnz23

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 29, 2009

big improvement

even from just one episode ago, you can see a big improvement in the way he moves and behaves, just little things like fidgeting with his fingers. but how come his voice is as it always was through headphones but is really weird through speakers?


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SchecterguitaristSchecterguitarist

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 12, 2008

Stunning.

Easily my favorite of the Salad Fingers episodes. Its so touching, but at the same time, disturbing. You cant help but love Mr. fingers because you know hes had such a fucked up life, possibly being abandoned by his friends and family. or maybe they were just killed. I also love how the series reflects on his extreme schizophrenia and loneliness. He seeks human relationships, but is terrified of human interaction. Such a deep series, such a deep character. i'd love to know firth's intended storyline, but we all know thats never happening.

But psychoanalysis aside, I'd just like to say that i love salad fingers, both as a series and as a character.


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ThaScientistThaScientist

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 4, 2008

Ugliness is beauty.

You somehow manage to make the story of some poor lunatic deeply interesting and almost touching. This is among the wierdest flashes I've ever seen, but it's great. Funny, eerie, and a bit sad, it shows a real mastery of a kind of magical realism in creating a microcosm where everything is old, rusty, dank, and morbid. Strange and sinister as he sometimes is, Salad Fingers comes across as an endearing character who struggles to find some solace in a decrepid and rather depressing world. David Firth, you are a genius.