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Paul Rudd wants millennials to wear a mask so he is speaking their language to get the message across and save lives, like grandmas!


Global (16 September 2020) – There is a global problem that is quite concentrated in the USA, where people are not wearing masks anymore, deciding to rather risk it. We hear you, masks flippen suck but the reality is, they do make a massive difference in keeping other people safe. What it really comes down to, is doing it for others. You wear your mask to protect other people.

Paul Rudd, famous for his roles in Ant-Man, Knocked Up, Dinner for Schmucks and the most telling, This Is 40, recently did a public service announcement (PSA) as a “millennial” for millennials.

The PSA was all about how cool it is to wear a mask for others. He comes to the public as a “certified young person” on behalf of Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo. There is a standing joke that Paul Rudd has not aged in the decades he has been in Hollywood so this is just the cherry on top!

PS: If you want to figure out if you are a millennial (the answer might shock you) check out our breakdown of generations here.

Take a look at his hilarious (and serious) PSA and if you are one of those people not masking up, be better!

Sources: YouTube
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