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After a 3 year gap, Salad Fingers returns in his longest episode yet.
I really need some context
I've been watching these for years, and I still just don't see what you're going for. They're entertaining, sure, in a weird for weird's sake kinda way; and I guess that the bizarre nature of Salad Fingers' psyche could well just be your expression of true delusion and futility. But I always assumed there was something more. Some grand metaphor which would put the entire series into some context; which would make each part of each animation into an actual relevant part of some wider message.
If there isn't one, it doesn't mean that the animations are any less entertaining, but, I won't lie, I'd be somewhat disappointed. Especially as you've shown the capability to use interpretation and metaphor to make funny and ironic cartoons about a wide range of topics, from politics, to television, to dreams, even down to the one you did where you expressed constipation as people struggling to leave a house.
I'm really really hoping that there's some meaning behind this series which I simply haven't been perceptive enough to grasp.
It never seems to amaze me how horribly revolting ones sense of humor can be. However, I am quite afraid I do not understand the gist of this cartoon. Then again, I never fully understood Salad Fingers, therefore, you have earned an 8/10.
Eerie as always
It's as eerie as always, just what I wanted..
Nobody can touch your style.
Very distinctive visual style as usual, and there's a lot more black humour (I imagine intentional) this time around, especially the end shot, which essentially was a twisted and cold version of what you might find in a children's sitcom.
I'm not sure if this is 'good' from the casual sense of the word, but I did laugh at the bleak incredulity of it all and never got bored.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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