Arizona Woman Goes Viral For Having Insanely Long Middle Finger

A teenager from Arizona has gone viral for showing off her insanely long middle finger on TikTok. Olivia Mercea, who’s 16 and posts as @olliviahaha, decided to share her 5-inch finger online, and it wasn’t long before the views, likes, and comments started stacking up. While many people might feel insecure about the quirky feature, Olivia, who’s an aspiring model, is just going with it.


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  1. She captioned the video “sorry you had to see it.” The initial clip featured Olivia giving the middle finger while grinning and the caption “sorry you had to see it.” I’m not! While at first I thought it was some weird TikTok filter or something that was stretching her finger out, when I realized it was real, I was actually pretty impressed!
  2. Her toes are worse, apparently. This is according to the teen herself, who left the text at the end of the video in which she ruminates on her now-viral digit. For the record, she hasn’t actually shared a video of her toes, but I bet even the mention of it has the foot fetishists (and simply curious folks) wondering if that’s actually the case!
  3. Olivia didn’t realize her middle finger was all that long for a while. Talking to LADbible, Olivia revealed that she was oblivious to anything being different about her finger and that while she felt insecure at first, now she realizes that it’s all just a bit of fun and no big deal at all. “I would say I realised it was longer than usual a couple of years ago,” she said. “At first, it was an insecurity, but then I realised it was actually pretty funny and something that would always bring out laughs.”
  4. She never would have expected it to go viral. The response has surpassed anything Olivia ever would have thought. “The reaction to my TikTok has been mad. I never thought that it would reach the level that it has,” she admitted. “It is so awesome and nuts to think that I am even talking to you about having an article on my finger. I am really trying to get into modeling and hopefully, my TikTok has reached people in the industry too.”
Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill