This Preschooler's Commencement Speech Has Life All Figured Out

Did you have any career plans as a preschooler? Probably not; at that age, most of us aspire to little more than cookies for dinner and cartoons all day, every day.

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Not the kid in this brief video via UpRoxx, who's a real role model for adults and children alike. At his preschool graduation, he takes his little diploma, strolls up to the microphone, and cooly announces to all those assembled that, "I wanna be Batman."

You keep that dream, kiddo. Don't ever let anyone tell you you can't be Batman, just because you didn't watch a desperate criminal kill your parents and you don't have a kindly butler named Alfred. All you need is a mask and a dream (and also lots of gadgets, as many gadgets as possible).

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Between Gotham's aspiring savior and this toddler dressed up as Predator, the under-five demo is really killing it this week. Let's step it up, adults, we're being crushed by babies.

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Since I like to comment on things that are not the point of the post, here I go. Why does there have to be a graduation for EVERYTHING? Preschool is not an accomplishment. You just show up. You don't even have to go to preschool to attend kindergarten. All these meaningless ceremonies take away from the real accomplishments like high school and beyond. I want to celebrate the real milestones, not all the little steps. It's like how sweet sixteens have become lavish parties and proms get proposals. Not everything has to be an event.