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Salad Fingers Episode 9

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May 26, 2011 | 2:53 PM EDT
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After a 3 year gap, Salad Fingers returns in his longest episode yet.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just awesome

Thank you so much for this new episode!

So now we know Salad forgets things easily... (using his "child" suddenly as cleaning cloth)

His conversation with his "son" could be referring to an earlier conversation between him and his real father (which imples that his father has abused him - "end bits") -> if Salad is female and not male Yvonne could really the product of the abuse but ended as a miscarriage

Or his vision or dream about the branch that crimped him could just be an explanation for salad fingers why he is feeling pain (since he can't see or does not want to see the real world and has to make up a world)
But why does he feel pain? Because of hunger?

Well that were just some thoughts of mine, you don't have to agree with me, greets!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


But awesome videoooo :D I dont understand so much but it was good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

did any one else notice that

there was what looked like half of a shaded face in those bars in the heater thingey

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


salad fingers is truly the most horribly terrifying creation in the history of all mankind you deserve a medal honestly. one day aliens will come down to the war tattered ruinous remains of what used to be planet earth long after we all have perished, see the archived videos of what is called salad fingers, and probably decide to glass whats left in the nuclear fires of creation, your character will truly be the inspiration of the next generation, just please i beseech you please keep enlightening the human mind one dementedly nefarious animation at a time

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A welcome return!

I'm a long-time Salad Fingers viewer, and it's been great to see how this series has developed over time. You took Salad Finger's innocent beginnings, and now it's become a surreal, eerie tale about what appears to be a disturbed creature in a barren wasteland, occupied by himself, a sparse group of deformed humanoids, and his own delusions.

Just like episode 8, this is showing a general increase in quality of the series. I feel like Salad Fingers' interactions with inanimate objects are becoming more and more disturbing because the objects are becoming more bizarre; last episode it was a nonfunctional radio, and now it's an object that somehow was birthed from his gut! His thought process seems to deteriorate more and more with each episode, and it's keeping me hooked.

Way to keep the series alive!

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