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In episode eight, Salad Fingers calls Cumberdale a "dirty immigrant" after dropping him in a chamber pot.
In episode nine, Salad Fingers talks to Stewart-Baxter as if she is his partner and the mother of their "child", Yvonne.
The dark music in the soundtrack that appears when Salad Fingers is scared is actually Firth playing the guitar, but slowed down and reversed.
Other music included in Salad Fingers episodes includes work credited to Brian Eno, Sigur Rós, Aphex Twin (in particular, the track 'Rhubarb' from Selected Ambient Works Volume II) and Lustmord.
Salad Fingers appears to be autosadistic, as he can be seen taking pleasure from impaling his finger on a nail, rubbing stinging nettles on himself or inadvertently stepping onto a hidden bear trap.
His talents include playing the flute and speaking French.
The name "Salad Fingers" was invented by Firth's co-writer, Christian "Crust" Pickup, who described Firth as having salad fingers while playing the guitar.
He is quite articulate, however he often spouts peculiar English sayings and phrases in situations where they do not fit or even seem relevant.Salad Fingers was first conceived as an in-joke when Firth was playing the guitar one day and his friend and frequent collaborator Christian Webb commented that he had "salad fingers," referring to the way Firth was playing the C chord.The eerie music featured in the background is the tune "Beware the Friendly Stranger" from the Boards of Canada album Geogaddi.They often appear in Salad Fingers' fantasies as life sized beings.Jeremy Fisher is thought to be named after the Beatrix Potter book The Tale of Mr. In episode 2, Salad Fingers tastes these puppets, claiming Hubert Cumberdale tastes like "soot and poo" and Marjory Stewart-Baxter tastes like "sunshine dust".
The main character is a bald hunchbacked humanoid figure with light-green skin and no visible nose or ears, who speaks with a distorted Northern English accent.