Little girl ‘can’t talk about it anymore’ after accidentally squishing a tiny spider: ‘I really wanted to hold it’

A little girl tried to befriend a tiny spider. Then, she killed it. 

TikToker @piratedadd is the father of a 3-year-old daughter and a 1-year-old son. When he and his daughter were out in the garden one day, a spider started to crawl up her arm. She wasn’t afraid at all. 

@piratedadd

Can’t talk about it anymore 🤷🏻‍♂️

♬ original sound – Chris

The spider crawled onto the palm of the little girl’s hand. She fearlessly let the bug work its way up her arm as she examined it. 

“Maybe it’s trying to crawl on me, maybe?” she asked

She tried to pick up the bug from her arm but ended up crushing it with her finger. 

“I killed it on accident. I really wanted to hold it, but I killed it by accident. Can’t talk about it anymore,” she declared. 

The toddler took the bug off her arm. Then, she placed it on the grass as if washing her hands of the entire incident. 

The hilarious video received over 2.4 million views on TikTok

“She’s a keeper. No more talking about it. It didn’t happen. You didn’t see anything,” a user replied

“This is how fast I want to move on from stuff,” someone commented

“The way I would be flailing and screaming if this happened to me,” another said

“How we should move on from negative things in our lives,” a person responded.

“I knew this kid was a savage when the bug was running up her arm, and she didn’t even flinch,” a TikToker wrote

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