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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.

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ApatheriaApatheria

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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ThirdSeasonThirdSeason

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Enjoyable!

I enjoyed the part where Salad Fingers was breathing for himself with the pump so much! What intellect you must have to conjure a concept such as that. It's no wonder you have been so successful in your flash projects! I've followed your submissions to Newgrounds for years and I've not been disappointed once! Thank you for consistency and all of your ideas. It's a pleasure to view your work each and every time. It's especially wonderful to regard a work that makes you think! Hats off to you Mr. Firth!



Destroya12Destroya12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So...

The black thing is apparently Salad Fingers' daughter, Yvonne.



ShadowUs3rShadowUs3r

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey dave.

Been a long while. You haven't lost your touch. (ShadowUser - fat-pie forums) ololololl.


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SheegaboogSheegaboog

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Do Not Watch This In The Dark

Even after a hiatus, David Firth brings Salad Fingers back with an unsettling combination of what could only be described as demented, Lovecraftian horror.

Two words and two words alone describe the latest Salad Fingers:
Deeply unsettling.


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