Cookie Monster finally reveals how to get to 'Sesame Street'

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Me want to tell you how to get to "Sesame Street." Well, OK then, Cookie Monster, tell us!

It's actually pretty simple. Cookie Monster celebrated his birthday by answering the question the show has asked for 40 years but never told us... until now.

Cookie Monster told The Huffington Post: "Maybe just plug it into Google Maps or Waze."

See your favorite 'Sesame Street' characters through the years:

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'Sesame Street' through the years

New York, NY - April 5, 2004

Venus Williams and Elmo during Tennis Champion Venus Williams Plays Imaginary Tennis with Elmo for Sesame Street's 35th Season, airing at Sesame Street- Kaufman Studios in New York City.

(Photo by Theo Wargo/WireImage for Sesame Workshop)

New York, NY - January 7, 1984

Astronaut Sally Ride, who was a member of the Space Shuttle 7 crew in June 1983, poses with "Sesame Street" character Grundgetta on the set of the children's televison show in New York City. Ride appears in a segment for the program in which she teaches children about the letter 'A,' as in astronaut.

(AP Photot/Dave Pickoff)

New York, NY - December 6, 2001

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan and his wife Nane pose for pictures with some Sesame Street characters after the taping of the show in New York. During the taping Mr. Annan breaks up an argument among the characters who are trying to determine who gets to sing the alphabet.

(DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)

Canada - January 19, 1997

Big favorites with the kiddies at the Ice Follies show in Maple Leaf Gardens were the Bert and Ernie characters from TV's Sesame Street; according to Star staff writer Frank Rasky. Big Bird was also on hand. 

(Photo by Dick Darrell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Frankfurt - October 24, 1997

A trader on the Frankfurt bourse trading floor on October 24, 1997 holds a massive stuffed doll of "Sesame Street" character Ernie. The Ernie doll was brought to the trading floor ahead of the flotation next week of U.S. company EMTV, which produces the Sesame Street program.

(Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)

May 13, 1990

Sesame Street characters with Rip Verniero, age 9. 

(Photo By The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Shanghai, China - June 30, 1998 

Big Bird joins Hillary Rodham Clinton at the grand opening of the Shanghai Children's Medical Center. The center is a joint venture with Project Hope of the U.S., the Shanghai city government and Shanghai Second Medical University. More than 250,000 children a year will be served by the center. Big Bird is a character on the television program Sesame Street.

(Simon Kwong/Reuters)

Circa 1969, Cast members of the television show, 'Sesame Street,' posing on the set with some of the puppet characters. Left to right: Will Lee (1908 - 1982), Matt Robinson (1937 - 2002), Bob McGrath and Loretta Long with (left to right) Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Grover, Ernie, Bert and Oscar the Grouch.

(Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

June 4, 2003

Katie Couric with Sesame Street's Oscar the Grouch and Elmo at the Sesame Street Gala to Celebrate 35 years of making a difference in the lives of children

(Theo Wargo via Getty Images/WireImage for Sesame Workshop)

New York, NY - August 22, 2001

In this file photo, original muppet characters Bert, left, and Ernie, from the children's program "Sesame Street," are shown in New York. Sesame Street continues to attract millions of viewers after 45 years on the air, appealing to both preschoolers and their parents with content that is educational and entertaining. The show has kept up with the times by making its segments faster-paced, by fine-tuning messages, and by keeping a steady flow of appearances by contemporary celebrity guests. The show first aired Nov. 10, 1969.

(AP Photo/Beth A. Keiser, file)

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice jokes with a Sesame Street character after announcing a new U.S. funded "Indonesian Sesame Street" program at an Islamic school Tuesday, March 14, 2006 in Jakarta. Rice made her first visit to the world's most populous Muslim nation Tuesday amid tight security, eager to show U.S. support for Indonesia's fight against terrorism and its burgeoning democracy, underscoring Indonesia's strategic importance to Washington.

(AP Photo/Ed Wray, Pool)

U.S. First lady Laura Bush meets the cast of the Indian version of the children's TV show Sesame Street, called "Galli Galli Sim Sim", at their film studio on the outskirts of New Delhi Thursday, March 2, 2006. From left are the characters Boombah, Chamki, Googli, and Aanchoo. On the right is Nafisa Ali, the chairperson of the Children's Film Society of India.

(AP Photo/David Guttenfelder, Pool)

NEW YORK, NY November 9, 2009

Sesame Street character Big Bird walks through Dante Park at the 'Sesame Street' 40th Anniversary temporary street renaming in Dante Park.

(Photo by Mike Coppola/FilmMagic)

In this May 5, 2009 file photo provided by Sesame Workshop, first lady Michelle Obama poses with the character Elmo and a basket of healthy vegetables during a taping of a Public Service Announcement on the children's program "Sesame Street," in New York. Sesame Street continues to attract millions of viewers after 45 years on the air, appealing to both preschoolers and their parents with content that is educational and entertaining. The show has kept up with the times by making its segments faster-paced, by fine-tuning messages, and by keeping a steady flow of appearances by contemporary celebrity guests. The show first aired Nov. 10, 1969.

(AP Photo/Sesame Workshop, Richard Termine)

San Diego, CA - January 9, 2016

Sesame Street characters Cookie Monster and Grover pose backstage at Sesame Street and HBO Host Free Museum Day with a special performance by Elmo and Friends at The New Children's Museum in San Diego, California.

(Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic)

New York, NY - November 9, 2009

Sesame Street characters pose under a '123 Sesame Street' sign at the 'Sesame Street' 40th Anniversary temporary street renaming in Dante Park.

(Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

New York, NY - February 4, 2010

Sesame Street Live characters Elmo, Abby Cadabby and Cookie Monster celebrate the renaming of the corner of 31st Street and Eighth Avenue to 'Sesame Street' outside Madison Square Garden in New York.

(STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Queens, NY - December 9, 2013

In this image released by the Sesame Workshop, singer Janelle Monae and character Big Bird appear in a scene from the "Power of Yet" sketch at Kaufman-Astoria Studios in the Astoria neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York. Sesame Street continues to attract millions of viewers after 45 years on the air, appealing to both preschoolers and their parents with content that is educational and entertaining. The show has kept up with the times by making its segments faster-paced, by fine-tuning messages, and by keeping a steady flow of appearances by contemporary celebrity guests. The show first aired Nov. 10, 1969.

(AP Photo/Sesame Workshop, Richard Termine)

New York, NY - September 19, 2007

Sesame Street characters Prairie Dawn and Zoe attend a portrait session for the You Vote Campaign at 1100 6th Avenue in New York City.

(Photo by Jemal Countess/WireImage) 

New York, NY - April 11, 2015

Cookie Monster and Taraji P. Henson as Cookie during the 'Sesame Street Promo' skit on Saturday Night Live.

(Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

San Diego, CA - January 9, 2016

Sesame Street characters Rosita and Elmo pose backstage at Sesame Street and HBO Host Free Museum Day with a special performance by Elmo and Friends at The New Children's Museum in San Diego.

(Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic)

New York, NY - February 4, 2010

Sesame Street characters attend the temporary street renaming to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Sesame Street Live on 31st Street & 8th Avenue n New York City.

(Photo by John Lamparski/WireImage) 

New York, NY - April 2, 2012

Cookie Monster visits with Daphne Oz, Mario Batali, Michael Symon, Clinton Kelly and Carla Hall on 'The Chew' on ABC.

(Photo by Donna Svennevik/ABC via Getty Images) 

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The lovable creature revealed that Big Bird is just a "giant, flightless, yellow canary" too.

Cookie Monster was also called up to answer what zero cookies divided by zero is.

So he ate a cookie and said he had six crumbs left. Because Cookie Monster may not know much about math, but if there's one thing he does know, it's the way the cookie crumbles.

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