Burnt Face Man 7

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Another episode of Burnt Face Man. This time with a washing machine theme.


omg BFM has returned!

david you are without a doubt my favorite flash artist on newgrounds or any other site for that matter. it boggles my mind that you are so multi-talented that you can produce such a funny series as Burnt Face Man, but then make something so creepy and sadistic like Spoilsbury Toast Boy. how do you do it? i mean, this episode of BFM had me laughing out loud. yet i could go watch salad fingers or spoilsbury and feel creeped out and uneasy. such range you have! this episode of BFM was very funny in particular, especially with the commerical for the washing machine emulator! HAHA i love it. the production value is incredible. and damn you i had to watch twice to get both endings! thank you very much... you should know your work is greatly appreciated. vote 5

Yet another brillint burnt face man episode

This is yet another brilliant burnt face man episode. There may not be an abundance of them, but they are all excelent including this one. This episode is great and packed with random events, and the alternate ending is a great feature. However, is this the last episode (you'll find out why when you watch one of the endings)?.


yay, at last anouther BFM i love this eies, been watcing tince he first one, carry on mate plz , never stop!! and its awesome too omgah im so happy today =P


First of all, I want to say this flash had awesome voice acting, it felt like I was watching Cleft and Chinboy(?) on Fairly Oddparents, hahaha. The graphics were not that good, but the humor made up for it. This is my first time watching a Burnt Face Man flash, I think I'll see the other ones soon.

Another gay episode!

As always the gay adventures of burnt face man is pure awesome, great episode, keep up the good work :)

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4.30 / 5.00

Nov 23, 2006
12:34 AM EST
Comedy - Original
  • Frontpaged November 24, 2006
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