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Salad Fingers Episode 5

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It's the fifth one in what now seems to be a "Quintilogy"..?
? I think you've waited long enough.

Dave - www.fat-pie.com

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I think its cool, but weird. @wesmster9. You think the person who made this belongs in a mental hospital. Well why did you rate it 5 stars and decide to watch the whole thing, I believe you commented something like that in the last episode... so why even watch this one to commentate on it ?? Idiot.


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I was pretty sure that salad fingers was a girl but that little girl said mr. fingers but on episode 4 a boy liked salad fingers


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I've already watched Salad Fingers many years ago, but now that I'm older I'm beginning to understand what he's all about, I think. He quotes whatever the people inside his head say, like when he talked on the phone: "Stop scratching your tummy-basket - Mary Mandolin said." or when the girl stopped chewing but didn't reply. Salad Fingers replied for her: "It's simply delicious - replied Mable". He didn't expect her to actually talk though. When the girl began speaking he was shocked, probably because he hasn't heard another human's voice creating words in ages. His subconscious has been tricking him to believe that there is actual people to converse with."How could this new voice be out of my control? It's not possible." He couldn't understand and had a mental breakdown.


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who ever made this shit belongs in a mental instatution NOW



enough internet for me thank you very much


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1,470,169
Votes
31,292
Score
4.27 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 25, 2004
12:53 PM EST
Genre
Comedy - Original
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