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Cookie Monster Just Did The Most Adorable Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' Session We've Ever Seen

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Everyone loves a good Reddit AMA, or Ask Me Anything. It's the perfect opportunity for fans to get to know their favorite celebrities even better and for celebs to give all of us a glimpse into who they really are. In recent years, we have gotten some pretty amazing AMAs including Jane Goodall, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk. 2019 is off to a great start because one of our childhood favorites just had an epic AMA session.


The latest hit AMA comes from a little monster whom we all hold dear and identify with like crazy. Yep, Cookie Monster just hosted a Reddit Ask Me Anything.

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He revealed his plan yesterday afternoon on Twitter.

From there, he created his Reddit thread.

The best part, however, was that he was using the entire AMA as a ploy to raise money for a pretty rad charity.

As would be expected, the questions quickly poured in.

Here are some of the best

Obviously Cookie Monster's cookie collection would be the first topic of conversation.

"How big is your cookie collection?" - sleepydud (Reddit)
"Not very big. Me constantly run into problem of eating me collection!" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)
"Do you like your cookies crispy or soft?" -Dookman (Reddit)
"Yes." - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)
"What is the optimum number of chocolate chips per cookie?" - Doktor_Wunderbar (Reddit)
"Me always say the more the merrier. Me think me need at least 3.14 chocolate chippies per nom nom. MMM pi" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)

Other questions were more practical.

"What's the best way to get crumbs out of your fur?" - SQUIRTISPEE (Reddit)
"Me usually have them as snackie for later." - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)
"Is there anything you won't eat? I mean, I've seen you eat a typewriter before..." - iclewis09 (Reddit)
"Me stay away from anything in Oscar's trashcan. Otherwise me not picky." - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)

Several questions touched upon people's favorite memories from Sesame Street.

"Have you been back to Emily Bear's Farm since you and the gang spent "A Muppet Family Christmas" there in 1987?" - Cool_beansss (Reddit)
"Me and me friends go caroling there every year. Me always forget about the icy patch!" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)
"Who would you most like to sing a "C is for Cookie" duet with?" - Mackin-N-Cheese (Reddit)
"Me would love to sing duet with Lady Gaga. Me and me friends are monsters after all. Me hope she see dis!" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)

(Personally, I support a Lady Gaga/Cookie Monster duet 100000%)

"Hi Cookie, besides the classic "'C' is for Cookie" which we all know and love, what would you say is your favourite song from your time on Sesame Street?" - berserkirk (Reddit)
"Oh me trying to remember...it goes "la di da de dum...la di da de dum..." Oh what is the name of that song?" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)
"There's been a lot of famous people who have come to visit you and your friends on Sesame Street! Did any of those guests give you a cookie?" - mugenhunt (Reddit)
"Me friends have surprised me with lots of cookies! Sir Ian Mckellan even gave me two cookies!" - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)

Finally, one person asked the most important question of all.

"What's the most important part of a cookie?" - Cursed60Car (Reddit)
"If it chocolate chippie, it the chippies. If it oatmeal raisin, it the raisins. But me always think the most important part of cookie is having enough to share with friends." - Me_CookieMonster (Reddit)


My heart. You can read the entire AMA thread here.

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