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Salad Fingers Fan Club
- The feeling of rust against my salad fingers is almost orgasmic...
- Me, Myself, and I
- Originally created by Parky, Steve and Jonny Clutterbuck
To see the winner and other top contenders of our SFWC, take a look at the pictures further down the page. The eventual winner was Natz.Le Woodoo Doll, whose awesome drawing was used as the profile picture for several months.
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Episode 1 - Spoons
* Release date: July 1, 2004
* Credits: Drawn, animated and voiced by David Firth. Written by David Firth and Christian "Crust" Pickup. Music by Boards of Canada (in particular, the song "Beware the Friendly Stranger").
This episode introduces us to Salad Fingers and his love of touching rusty spoons. He explains how touching any form of rust—including spoons, a door bell panel, and a kettle—stimulates him ("The feeling of rust against my salad fingers is almost orgasmic"), and that he holds a particular love of spoons. Salad Fingers walks to the house of a strange young boy to see if he has any rusty spoons; the child screeches two times, at which point Salad Fingers leaves, after asking to caress a rusty kettle that is on a table beside him.
Episode 2 - Friends
* Release date: July 15, 2004
* Credits: Drawn, animated and voiced by David Firth. Written by David Firth and Christian "Crust" Pickup. Music by Boards of Canada and David Firth.
Salad Fingers has a get-together with his "friends"—finger puppets—whom Salad Fingers introduces as Hubert Cumberdale, Marjory Stewart-Baxter and Jeremy Fisher. He appears to believe that his "friends" are real, living beings. Wondering what his friends taste like, he briefly inserts them into his mouth, exclaiming that Marjory Stewart-Baxter tastes like "sunshine dust", while Hubert Cumberdale tastes like "soot and poo". Salad Fingers then tells them that he has a fish cooking in the oven and speaks a nonsensical phrase in French: "Alors. Habille-la. Comment t'appelles tu? Qu'est-ce qu'il y a?." This roughly translates to, "So then. Dress it. What's your name? What's the matter?"
In the next scene, a frightened child responds to Salad Fingers's call for help. Salad Fingers cannot reach the fish cooking in his oven and asks the child to get it for him. As the child reaches into the oven, Salad Fingers sees a rusty nail jutting out of the wall and reaches to stroke it, causing the oven door to close with the child still inside. Salad Fingers then impales his finger on the spike and begins bleeding, blissfully saying "I like it when the red water comes out."
Salad Fingers pales and passes out. Apparently dreaming, Salad Fingers walks through a large meat locker singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow to himself. While inside, he meets a full-size Hubert Cumberdale, who screams distorted electronic noises at him. When Salad Fingers awakens he sits in a pool of his own blood. The oven smokes and oozes as Salad Fingers states, "That fish smells about done." However, there is ambiguity over whether it is "fish" or the child.
Episode 3 - Nettles
* Release date: August 1, 2004
* Credits: Drawn, animated and voiced by David Firth. Written by David Firth and Christian "Crust" Pickup. Music by Boards of Canada, Brian Eno and a yoga flute.
Salad Fingers is playing with nettles and has irritated blisters all over his hands. He then comes across an empty baby carriage, which he calls a "nettle carrier" and then leaves with it. A deformed armless man wearing an apron labeled "BBQ" appears and chases after Salad Fingers, screaming and babbling unintelligibly. Salad Fingers is sitting on the floor at his home and brushing the nettle over his nipple (while appearing to have an orgasm), which makes him lactate, and says "It seems... Nettles... have made the milk... drop out... from inside my teat!", when the armless man runs to Salad Fingers' house and begins to bang his head on the door. Salad Fingers daydreams of "happy times" (in which he and a life-sized version of the Hubert Cumberdale puppet are getting hair-dried). Eventually, Salad Fingers comes outside and finds the man dead on the floor, his head bloodied. He names the man "Milford Cubicle", ignoring the man's name tag reading "Harry". Ignorant that the man is dead, Salad Fingers then d
0 Comments 224 weeks
written on newgrounds by David Firth:
The voice is different in every episode, but especially this one - the main reason being that I purchased a new microphone, a good one that is designed for vocal recording, giving a richer sound. In the past I used a camcorder mic. I also set the bitrate much higher on this episode, and opted for stereo sound for the first time. On top of that, I haven't done the voice for over a year and it's a real strain every time. I'm sure it'll be different in the next episode as well.
also the quality if the video we have on this page isn't very good.
2 Comments 300 weeks
Who is your favourite?39 Replies 300 weeks
Or Jeremy Fisher?
Do you prefer the creature with a fetish fo rust?10 Replies 301 weeks
Or are you more of a Burnt Face Man kind of person?
Maybe you can relate to the boy who smelt odd?
What is David Firth - master of disturbing flash - greatest creation?
Well what the question says.18 Replies 301 weeks
Did you laugh?
Feel a sudden urge to feel rust?
Scarred for life in a loving manner?