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If you’re at all familiar with the social media platform Reddit, you’ve probably heard about AMAs, or, Ask-Me-Anything. It’s basically when a user or guest of a user agrees to allow other Redditors to, you guessed it, ask them anything. There have been plenty of wildly popular AMAs on Reddit over the years. Elon Musk and Bill Gates. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Actors like Ewan Macgregor and Chris Pratt have also indulged the questions of curious redditors, as have politicians Bernie Sanders and Barack Obama. The star of this next AMA, though, is a toddler, and his AMA answers are seriously the best.

Meet 3-year-old Caleb Clark. Little Caleb is your typical toddler: loves to talk and claims to know it all.

That’s why his dad, Matthew, thought he would be the perfect candidate for an AMA. The Texas-based dad (who goes by the handle MyUnAlteredMind) titled his son’s AMA: “I’m 3. I know everything. AMA.” The results were as hilarious and inadvertently insightful as you might expect (and sometimes even a little bit spooky). See for yourself:

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D’aww. Good answer, kid. Having the mama-feels here already.

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I would totally pick flying, too. Hrm. Not so sure how I feel about all that punching though, yanno? Maybe something a bit less violent?

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I totally feel you on that one, kid. Why have folks been asking us that since well before I was born? Also, check out the sassy pants on his answer. No one cares, dude. No one.

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Uhm…what? Yeah, see? Told you some of his answers got to be a little creepy. I’d inspect his room extra carefully tonight, dad.

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Oh man! So THAT’S why your tongue and teeth stay purple from a purple drink, huh? Man, never thought about that one. Yeah, didn’t I tell you this kid is totally onto something?

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Sounds like he and my son would totally hit it off. And finally…

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Right on, little dude.

My hopes now are that toddler AMAs catch on, because our little ones definitely give the best answers ever.