With the help of his dad, a three-year-old boy from Texas named Caleb was able to make the internet just a little bit cuter last week.
Caleb’s father Matthew Clark told BuzzFeed News that he recently stumbled across the casualiama subreddit and was surprised to find that all the AMAs were with regular people. "I'm pretty simple, but I knew Caleb would have some fun answers," he explains. So, the 27-year-old decided to spice up the Reddit community and start an AMA (Ask Me Anything) thread for his son. His only requirement was that the questions be appropriate.
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"Since he acts like he knows it all already, I figured a few people would get a kick out of his answers," Clark says.
And so the questions began pouring in. And we mean pouring. Shocked by the response, Clark dutifully passed each question on to Caleb and reported his hilarious answers.
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The questions ran the gamut, from political to philosophical, with a few toddler favorites thrown in too.
“What would you do if you could do anything?” one user inquired.
“Get some juice,” Caleb replied matter-of-factly.
Another inquired about his earliest memory, to which he adorably responded “Momma.”
At the ripe old age of three, some of his answers were predictably strange, like his thoughts on naps: “grapes,” and what he wants to be when he grows up: “big.”
He also confidently declared that orange juice is the best juice, and that babies come from “"In the bed in the night."
We think the internet needs a lot more Caleb. Don’t you?
For more of his hilarious responses, check out Caleb’s Reddit AMA.