It's no secret kids say the darndest things, but this 3-year-old's answers to all the questions will make you laugh, cry and rethink the meaning of life in one fell swoop.
Matthew Clark, a 27-year-old dad from Texas, saw how hilarious and creative his toddler Caleb was with his know-it-all answers, so he decided to have some fun. Clark featured his son on a Reddit AMA, which stands for "Ask Me Anything." Usually users will ask a celeb or high-profile person whatever they want. Last year's AMAs featured Bill Gates, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and designer Rebecca Minkoff, to name a few.
“I just told him some people had questions and they needed help with the answers,” Clark told the Huffington Post. “Things went fine during it. He had his moments when his favorite cartoons came on and he didn’t want to answer as much, so we just let him be.”
The dad didn't realize the AMA, which has more than 1,000 comments, would get as popular as it did.
"I did not expect this impact but I'm so happy that my son's all-knowing wisdom could make any of you smile even if just for a moment. And the questions/responses have had both my wife and myself laughing and feeling fuzzy goodness," Clark wrote.