America, please don’t bomb Canada.
With the United States and North Korea engaged in a war of words that could possibly turn into a real war (with nukes), it’s probably not great that so many Americans can’t point to North Korea on a map.
The current tensions have been inflamed by tough words from both sides as North Korea threatens to shoot a missile into the waters around the American territory of Guam.
With all the sabre-rattling going on, a new poll suggests that almost two-thirds of Americans view the pariah state as a “very serious threat.”
Jimmy Kimmel hit the streets of Los Angeles to ask average Americans if they could find North Korea on a map. The results were not encouraging.
Most people interviewed said the US should consider taking military action against North Korea. Except they didn’t necessarily know where that was
People pointed to Europe.
The Middle East.
Or somewhere around Central Asia.
But way too many people thought North Korea might be located in Canada.
America, please don’t bomb us.
Don’t bomb anyone, if you can help it. But especially don’t bomb Canada. Please.