Salad Fingers is a animated series by David Firth. It is a psychological horror series about the titular character of Salad Fingers' life in a seemingly devastated city. Salad Fingers is a green, hunchbacked humanoid who has finger puppets as his only forms of company. Because of the surreality of this web series, many fan theories have arisen regarding this series. One theory states that Salad Fingers is a cannibal, and is either denying it, or is oblivious to the fact. Salad Fingers is believed to suffer from multiple personality disorder, and that Hubert Cumberdale one of his finger puppets was his true personality, and SF was just Hubert's gentle and oblivious side.
Robyn Vinter 15th February David Firth is the creator of Salad Fingers, one of the most popular internet animations of all time. The videos, which were — and still are — one of the only true global internet phenomena , revolve around the existence of a grey-green, wasteland-dwelling character called Salad Fingers. A cat will kill mercilessly outside but you still bring him in and cuddle him. January saw the highly anticipated launch of Salad Fingers 11, five years after the last episode dropped and 15 years since the first became one of the original viral videos. As the video got more popular, the friends — who you perhaps also know from Devvo, a similarly viral video series — felt under pressure to write more.
Remember Salad Fingers? That horrifying, falsetto-voiced cartoon by British animator David Firth? Well, he's back, and just as creepy.
As of February , eleven episodes have been published on YouTube and Newgrounds. The cartoon revolves around the eponymous "Salad Fingers", a thin, green, mentally troubled creature who inhabits a mostly desolate world. Most of the talking in the animations comes from Salad Fingers as he interacts with his surroundings, sometimes talking to inanimate objects or engaging in dialogue with himself.