Seth Rogen Tweets The Nakedest And Most Stupidly Hilarious Selfie Imaginable (NSFW)

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My weird affection for Seth Rogen continues to mystify me every day. If you described him to me before I’d ever seen him do anything (“Yeah, he’s this guy who always plays loser stoners and hangs out with James Franco”), I’d probably tell you with 100% certainty that I would not find him amusing. But I just do. I think he’s endlessly charming and hilarious and adorable, even when he’s posting a picture of himself bent over naked.

Yes, you read that right. Last night Seth tweeted an extremely NSFW picture of himself in a very compromising position and leaving nothing to the imagination. He gave no context, just called it a “selfie” and left it at that. At this point I should probably mention that it’s not a photograph, but rather a very lifelike sketch. But that doesn’t mean there are any fewer balls. I’m going to show you the photo now, but I’m going to give you some extra space to decide whether you want to look at it.

Are you sure?

Still don’t want to turn back?

This is your last chance to back out.

Protect your innocence.

Tell curiosity to shove it.

You’re running out of chances.

Wanna leave?

No? Still want to see it?

Okay, here you go.

I know it probably seems silly to ask questions about this, because, well, look at it. But there are a few things I’d like to know. For one, is that supposed to be him or is it just a drawing he found of someone who looks like him? If it is him, who drew it? Did he pose for it? Is he really allowed to call it a selfie if A.) it’s not a photograph, and B.) he didn’t draw it himself? The most important question I have about this whole situation, however, is the following:

WHY DO I FIND THIS SO FUNNY?

I should be shielding my eyes or rolling my eyes or trying to remove my eyes from my head, but instead my eyes are just all squinty from laughter, because I’m imagining Seth posting this and laughing to himself with that famous laugh of his, and I just can’t be mad at him. Maybe some things don’t need explanation.

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