As you’ve no doubt heard (or experienced for yourself, if you’re a parent), toddlers are one hundred percent convinced that they know everything. One Texas dad, twenty-seven-year-old Matthew Clark, brilliantly realized that this fact could be comedy gold on reddit, where Ask Me Anything (AMA) threads allow people to anonymously answer random questions from random Internet strangers.
So Clark told his three-year-old son, Caleb, that some people had questions and needed his help.
If there are three things toddlers love it’s helping, talking, and having an excuse to show off their vast amounts of worldly knowledge, so Caleb was all for it.
Using his reddit username, MyUnAlteredMind, Clark posted this under the casualiama subreddit.
“I’m his dad and will ask him any questions you send,” Clark said, wisely adding, “so long as they are appropriate.”
Questions started rolling in right away, and people were loving Caleb’s answers.
In many cases, responses from a toddler’s perspective were remarkably relatable. His views on pizza, for example.
Good pizza really is the best kind.
Or his no-nonsense approach on this classic.
You know you’ve wanted to answer that way a time or two, yourself.
Nobody can argue with this surprisingly profound thought, either.
Of course, sometimes when you go poking around in the inner workings of a three-year-old’s mind, you get some pretty freaky results…
Like this nightmare fuel.
I hope it was just a matter of something getting lost in translation on that one.
Or maybe Caleb was just getting worn out. “He gets mad if I ask too many questions during his cartoons,” his dad reported.
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