3-Year-Old Answers People On Reddit's Most Pressing Questions, And His Responses Are Perfect

"Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" "4."

While 27-year-old Matthew Clark was perusing the casualiama subreddit, he noticed that all the Ask Me Anythings (AMAs) were with regular people instead of celebrities. AMAs, if you're unfamiliar with them, are online interviews where a host responds to questions from Reddit users. Clark thought it would be fun for his 3-year-old son Caleb to answer the Internet's pressing questions, so he started a thread. 

"I'm 3. I know everything. AMA," he wrote. "I'm his dad and will ask him any questions you send, so long as they are appropriate."

Clark figured he'd get about 20 questions from commenters when he first posted, but the Reddit community was much more interested in hearing what his 3-year-old had to say than he thought. In a week since the thread has been live, it's received more than 1,100 comments. 

We'd chalk this up to the Caleb's responses which are so pure, adorable, and sometimes hilariously confusing. We picked some of our favorites and gathered them for you below. 


We second that one. 


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