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This is going around the Internet right now. A reddit user posted a photo of this questionnaire with the back story: "When daycare, completely seriously, asks my friend to answer stupid questions on behalf of his 11-month-old daughter, it is inevitable that stupid answers is what they'll receive."

Long yells on the beach. Emma, you are not alone.

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James Hamblin, MD, is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He writes the health column for the monthly magazine and hosts the video series If Our Bodies Could Talk.

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