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Salad Fingers Episode 7

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Jan 28, 2006 | 11:27 PM EST
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It's been a while, but here's the latest in this series. www.fat-pie.com

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mowwiemowwie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

fatpie, man!!!!!!

I love this stuff, man! David Firth is untapped talent!!
I went to his site called fat pie and watched some stuff where he follows this homeless kid in England with a video camera..so f'ing funny I forgot where I was going!!!
This isn't the best salad fingers of all bec it seemed to move to fast in a way, and it wasn't left to the imagination to the degree that some of the others were. Like when he dreamed he was in the meat freezer- what the hell was that!? I have no idea and yet I do; it stimulates our sense of humor through its appeal to that little salad finger each of us has ingreater or lesser degrees.
Nonetheless based on his past work at his site an whatnot I like thins guys stuff and trust that he will continue to make great stuff



AmputeeAmputee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

theiries

maybe salad fingers was a singer during ww1 and the war never ended and it ended with total devastation. and salad fingers ended up like smegales from lord of the rings, insane. And the song he is singing is from English troops choir in the trenches.



commune628commune628

Rated 5 / 5 stars

war does really do bad things

to peoples mind



dashidashdashidash

Rated 5 / 5 stars

firth is god

once again, david firth has brought us a work of sheer genius! keep it up man, you are my fav. flash animator!



TorinTorin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Kudos

I must say, the more you add to the series, the more complex and endearing it becomes. You are most certainly getting better at this. I'd ramble in the way of constructive criticism, so I don't bother. Many Thanks