Harry (commonly referred to as "Milford Cubicle" by Salad Fingers), is a minor character in the Salad Fingers series.
Harry is introduced in the third episode, Nettles. He follows Salad Fingers when he takes the baby carriage from the field of nettles, and watches him at his window as he rubs them on his nipple and lactates.
Angered by this, Harry runs over to the door, screaming incoherently and slamming his head against the door. He slams his head against the door continuously, which eventually kills him.
Salad Fingers opens the door, greets the lifeless Harry, and names him Milford Cubicle, even though his name tag clearly says "Harry". The most likely explanation for this is that Salad Fingers can't read, as seen in episode nine, when he scribbles all over a piece of toilet paper.
Salad Fingers pulls Harry into his home and hangs him on a meat hook, playing the flute. He also asks if he'd like some warm milk (presumably the milk from his teat.) Harry's body continues to hang on the meat hook.
Harry’s now-rotting remains are seen again in the tenth episode, Birthday. Salad Fingers says it would be polite for him to take a bath for Hubert Cumberdale's birthday party. It can be assumed his remains have been in Salad Fingers' possession for quite some time as his body is severely decomposed (or 'pooey', as Salad Fingers puts it). By the end of the episode, his body is nothing but skeletal remains, which Fingers suspects one of the horses is responsible for. His skin and clothes are used to make Salad Fingers' "present", which is a top hat.
In Glass Brother, Salad Fingers gives Hubert Cumberdale a new look by sewing pieces of flesh, which are presumed to be Harry’s, onto him.
Harry is a slightly pink-skinned, aggressive, armless, grotesque man with an elongated deformed head. His face turns into a slightly more flushed pink when he's aggravated. He mainly speaks through incomprehensible babbles and screams.
He wears a large brown shirt with a green apron that says "B.B.Q." in big yellow letters. His name tag says "Harry. Happy to help." accompanied by 3 stars. He doesn’t wear pants, but wears light blue shoes.
Harry's origins are never delved into, explained, or stated. Due to how intact his clothes are, it can be surmised that he hasn't been mutated long. His origin of aggressive behavior is also unknown; it could’ve also been due to the mutation or, just like Salad Fingers, he has simply gone insane. Since no other buildings are shown, it's never stated how Harry has been living without a home or if he even lives in the area. Due to his lack of arms, it's also difficult to say how he's been feeding himself -- perhaps he could have been eating his own arms.
- He was probably mutated by the effects of The Great War.