Parents, stay alert: the “paghetti fairy” is apparently at it again and is here to spill your boxes of spaghetti onto the cold, hard floor. Not familiar with the pasta-loving and (pasta stealing!) celestial being? Not to worry, because Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s daughter has some answers as to who the culprit may be.
Need context? Here it is. In a viral clip that The Rock posted on his Instagram on Sunday, Jan. 3, he shows off a hilarious scene between him and his two-year old daughter, Tiana, trying to get to the bottom of the massive stockpile of spaghetti noodles that somehow found its way onto the floor. According to Tiana, she had nothing to do with it — and she blames the pasta spillage on the elusive “paghetti fairy,” who seemed to have snuck in and out of the home without Tiana’s parents’ noticing for the sole purpose of wreaking havoc in their kitchen.
This adorable clip shows The Rock asking his daughter where the mess came from, and she clearly does not want to be blamed and is not having it. After a few attempts at The Rock asking Tiana who dropped all the pasta and Tiana claiming she had no idea, The Rock finally asks wryly, “was it the spaghetti fairy that came and just dropped it all on the floor?” to which Tiana replies, “yeah,” as in, of course, who else could it be? And when, at the end of the clip, Tiana actually drops the spaghetti noodles she was holding, despite it all unfolding right in front of her parents’ eyes, she exclaims, “she did it again!” referring, indeed, to the spaghetti fairy culprit.
Clearly, The Rock is having a lot of fun in this video, which he captioned, “If I ever find this “Paghetti fairy” 🍝🧚🏽♀️ who made all this mess I’m slappin’ it’s wings off 👋🏾.” He adds that the video “is some of the funniest shit I’ve experienced in a long time 😂😂👏🏾👏🏾”,” and we totally agree. He ends on an optimistic note, writing, “That’s my kid — 💯 unflappable in the moment of crisis ☠️🤣🤣👍🏾🤜🏾🤛🏾.”
Watch the hilarious clip below.
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