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Star Paul Rudd is no millennial, but in a new public service announcement for New York State, Rudd removes every youth he can to encourage people to wear face masks. It is a delightful romp through every serious word that the older people think is young and buttocks, including “bae” and “fam” and “yeet”. Nevertheless, General Zer Rudd turned it down.
Introducing himself as an “actor and certified young man”, a skateboard-toting rood says that his “homie,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, encouraged him to wear masks for millennials to stop the Coronauras Asked for
“What are you, like, 26?” Rude says as Cuomo asked. “And I did not cure him.” Then comes a stampede of millennial clichés – the worst “slide can happen in your DM and Twitch.” It is as if someone fed the AI machine every word urban has been added over the years. At one point, he pretends to talk to singer Billy Ellisch. Tip: It’s not really him.
But the message is simple, and in the end, Rudd’s character collapses in the simplicity of his request.
“Just wear a mask, I shouldn’t make it funny, it’s science!” Rude Holder. Then there is a Genius placard that reads, “Wear your mask. It’s science. UG !!! Brought by New York State.”
PSA cleverly plays Rudd’s reputation for being much younger than 51 years. When Rudd turns 50 in April 2019, social media postsWhere he found the fountain of youth.
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