Teenage Mark Zuckerberg's response to getting accepted into Harvard is the best thing you'll see all day

Getting accepted into college is arguably one of the most exciting, prideful and surreal moments that a person can experience.

Getting into a prestigious and extremely difficult university can magnify that feeling even further.

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And if you're lucky enough to get accepted into Harvard University, you're probably through the roof and to the moon with emotion — Unless, of course, you're Mark Zuckerberg.

As the founder and now CEO of Facebook, it's not hard to imagine an ambitious young Zuck feeling the culmination of all his hard work pay off with an acceptance email from, of course, Harvard.

But the billionaire's teenage reaction was nothing like most would expect, but simultaneously exactly what we'd expect from Zuckerberg — a mix of high-school-aged apathy and a genuine indifference to his own level of genius.

"So, you want me to open this?" Zuckerberg nonchalantly asks his father, almost as if to infer that he could leave an admissions email from Harvard in his inbox for days without really being bothered.

In a video taken by his father, Edward Zuckerberg, the exact moment Mark was accepted is captured on film and is going viral thanks to the Facebook kingpin's less-than-thrilled reaction.

Watch the absolutely hysterical (yet endearing) moment, courtesy of Zuckerberg's personal Facebook page, here:

"Yay. I got accepted," states Zuckerberg, without much inflection in his tone of voice at all.

The camera goes silent for a few seconds before Zuckerberg's father screams "Alright! Yes!" with young Mark still sitting in front of his computer, barely reacting beyond a subtle grin.

We're not sure if we're supposed to laugh, cringe or shake Zuckerberg for not being more emotional, but when you're that much of a genius, you probably knew you were going to get in anyway.

Never change, Zuck!

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