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Salad Fingers Episode 6

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I'm sure many people though we'd abandoned the series but it was just resting it's legs. I hope you find this episode to be rather warm.

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Pure Genious

I have been "Tail-gating" this series for quite a while. Some of these things puzzle me, like how SF answered the questions he asked Jeremy (Or himself) earlier. I have one idea, though. Salad Fingers was talking of how Jeremy Fisher was tail-gating his daughter, on the verge of deflowering her rose. Due to the screwed up world they live in, the daughter could be that other alternate Salad Fingers that was eaten by the real (Or fake) one. Though, I aggree that we need a Salad Fingers -1, like the Spoilsbury Series, to tell the tale.



perfect

super every thing in this flash is just great



Magical!

This was just fantastic, only a pure genius could create somthing so inspiring. I think the beauty of this cartoon was that it hardly made any sense atall, which makes it much more ermm weird! My favourite SF so far. Definate 10 outa 10! Keep up the good work, Can't wait for the next.



that was pretty nuts

i feel like i should have waited to watch this until i was ripped but i couldnt stand the suspense. Im a little sad all his puppets except 1 died tragically but i suppose if salad fingers can eat himself then hubert cumberdale can return.



Another very creepy addition to Salad fingers.

I liked this one a lot but the end kind of surprised me....very creepy....good job on this one.


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1,107,726
Votes
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Score
4.31 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jul 24, 2005
11:53 AM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Original
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