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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

always amazing

i think salad fingers universe is closer to reality than any regular storytelling

i get that feeling every day, that everythings weird and awkward, so even while exaggerated i think your creation describes our world perfectly

also animationwise you are the god

another masterpiece


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

do not know what i just saw but good film


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A brief reccolection of what happened here today..

Salad fingers wakes up from a nightmare and his appendix bursts. He awakes several hours later to what he assumes to be his new daughter 'Yvonne'. He is infatuated with the 'idea' of having a daughter, but soon realizes that having a child is not all smiles and love. After some weeks of pain. Salad Fingers condition does not improve. Yvonne is being troublesome and not doing her exorcizes. Mr. Fingers and Yvonne both agree that he is not in good enough shape to take adequate care of her. she is extradited to her Aunty Bambridges house whilst her father is ill where she will work on the farm. Upon arriving at the scene, Mr. Fingers has a dabble of his amnesia. He tries to fight it but soon succumbs to the notion that he is at this house to clean it's windows. He continues to clean said windows with his new 'sponge' Yvonne. He then takes a 5 minute lunch break for tea and a sandwich.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Everything done was Saladfingers Rational. I, for one, found the story very easy to follow.

The thing about your animations which I appreciate is that it requires undivided attention to fully grasp. That means people who like to check facebook, watch tv, and do work while watching this will never understand the beauty you describe. I'm afraid that the people who don't "get it" are people who are used to watching a TV show and picking up at any part in the story, a sort of "Oh she's cheating on him with his boss" sort of deal. The same doesn't apply to Salad Fingers. Every detail matters, every description is vital. The story is so linear that if you look away even for a moment, you're lost.

Great job and please, do release more stories. You're truly gifted and I would PAY to see your work in print.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars



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