Millennials stupidly congratulate North Korea on hydrogen bomb
01/12/2016 / By newstarget / Comments
Millennials stupidly congratulate North Korea on hydrogen bomb

Jimmy Kimmel Live! documented the hilarious (and concerning) responses of millennials who congratulated North Korea after being told it successfully completed the launch of their first hydrogen bomb.

“You would think the idea that North Korea might have a hydrogen bomb would be somewhat alarming to those of us here on the West Coast,” Kimmel speculated during a recent taping of his show.

“Well, we went out in the street today and it seems like if you ask people a question in a cheerful enough manner, we Americans will offer congratulations for just about anything.”

“North Korea announced that they finally were able to successfully detonate a hydrogen bomb. The world is excited; people are sending their congratulations. Would you like to congratulate them?” asks a Jimmy Kimmel Live! correspondent.

“That’s really good,” answers the first clueless millennial interviewed, nodding her head in excitement. “Congratulations North Korea! Finally, it’s about time, you know?”

The second young man interviewed responds to the same question with: “You know…um…I think that, if you do believe, that one day, dreams can come true!”

The Jimmy Kimmel Live! correspondent then asks a red-haired young woman if she would agree that North Korea’s successful H-bomb test is a great example of “If you can dream it, can you can achieve it.”

She stupidly answers: “For sure. If you believe you can do it, then you can achieve it.”

“And North Korea has done that with the hydrogen bomb,” adds the Jimmy Kimmel Live! correspondent.

“Then, that’s good for them!” she replies excitedly.

Check out the video to view the rest of the footage showcasing idiotic responses from uniformed millennials.

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