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Salad Fingers Episode 7

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This was rated as a comedy? I saw no jokes in this at all. This was still great. My favorite part is how it expands on the world Salad Fingers lives in. The problem is that Salad Fingers is an unreliable narrator. It makes you wonder if he killed that guy instead.

Was that heavily implied? Maybe this great war was what made this world a wasteland. It mutated Salad Fingers into a green monster. His "brother" appears to be a normal human. Everyone was normal before.

Theory:Salad Fingers is a soldier in The Great War Who whas hit by a Bomb That killed him but now he is stuck in his own Messed up reality Constantly Reliving his memorys Before The great War.

I find it interesting. Salad Fingers implies Kenneth fights in World War I, but then sings a song from World War II when he sees Kenneth off.

Another thing I noticed is that Kenneth has gray hair. Salad Fingers doesn't have gray hair until episode 10, implying he's not older than Kenneth, but says that he's Kenneth's older brother.

What other contradictions are there in Salad Fingers?

it has that really unsettling vibe like nothing bad is going to happen but you feel like something bad is going to happen

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Jan 28, 2006
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