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Spoilsbury Toast Boy -2

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Comedy - Original

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Nov 20, 2005 | 5:42 PM EST
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My 23rd Newgrounds release

It's been over a year now so I think it's time to continue this backwards-running series. In this episode we meet Spoilsbury Toast Boy's sister. This episode is twice as long as the last one. I have subtitled some parts of it as the voices can be hard to understand at times.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

don't watch this, trust me

vohr ist das krankenhous?
mein fuss ist gebroken!
huntan krelsch
huntan krelsch
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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

god damn

i love your work


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

love every David Firth flash ive seen :)

spoilsbury toast boy is possibly my favourite firth flash after milkman, do more salad fingers and more spoilsbury toast boy, forget BF man coz hes hehe.
keep it up and hook me up with some of the shiznit your on :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


STRANGE shit man, strange shit. But disturbingly riveting


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Taking some flak here, I see.

Man, I've seen this many a time and now I find reason to comment after reading some of the most irrationally thought-out reviews.

People complain that the raping and whatnot was overstepping it. Understandable, it's a creepy thing. But then there are those that brand ya a heretic to creativity simply because you used a well-known fact that surreal sexual content is creepy. Gawd forbid someone uses something conventional for a change (as opposed to the other way around). So what, if Firth animation was a band would you brand it a sell-out just because it uses conventional structuring in one song? Amazing, these finger-pointers...

And I dunno, I seem to trust that your work is done with whatever is active in your head (subconscious or otherwise), but others like to think you literally TRY to freak people out. Hell, I like to think of the Firth style as slightly disturbing and entirely comforting, and this isn't so different, really. And no, I never tried acid or other psychedelics, so having an attachment to a bad trip is out of it. The style is good, so long as you can get past the grotesque imagery and let it sink in a little.

But the general audience is seemingly 10-16 years old, so maybe it's a tad too much to ask that people give stuff a chance. Go fig. Still got a fan in me.

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