Mark Zuckerberg took a trip down memory lane last night, posting to Facebook a video of him opening his acceptance e-mail from Harvard University. Zuckerberg’s dad recorded him reading the good news, and Mark’s reaction does not disappoint.
You can check out the 2003 video below.
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“Yay.” Woah, calm down, Mark! You’re going to have a heart attack jumping up and down like that! Talk about a strange dude. He gets accepted to one of the most prestigious colleges in the entire country and acts like he’s filling out a goddamn crossword puzzle. Where was the enthusiasm? If I got that e-mail, I’d be going crazy like Dave Chappelle after he found out he knocked up Oprah.
Zuckerberg dropped out of Harvard in 2005 to focus on Facebook full-time, which obviously turned out to be a great decision. This year, Zuckerberg will receive an honorary degree from Harvard and give the commencement speech to the class of 2017.