A 3-year-old boy just tackled some of life's biggest questions (OK, maybe not) in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" with his dad, and his answers are so pure. Caleb's dad, Matthew Clark, noticed that AMAs were becoming more and more popular on the social platform, and because he says his son is a "bit of a know-it-all," he decided it would be hilarious to do one with Caleb.
However, the 27-year-old dad wasn't expecting things to escalate quite as quickly as they did. "Wow . . . I didn't expect this to be this popular. I expected maybe 20 or so questions," Clark wrote in an edited note to his original thread (aptly titled "I'm 3. I know everything. AMA"). "He should be able to get to them all but it may take a little time. Just got home from work and he's in time-out. He gets mad if ask too many questions during his cartoons but he'll answer some more tonight."
See a few of the questions and his incredible responses below, and read the entire gem of a thread here.