Seth Rogen is smoking an 'ungodly' amount of weed during quarantine

Gregory Wakeman
·Contributor
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Seth Rogen doing what Seth Rogen does best in Pineapple Express (Image by Sony)
Seth Rogen doing what Seth Rogen does best in Pineapple Express (Image by Sony)

Seth Rogen has opened up about his routine during quarantine, and, unsurprisingly, it involves smoking an “ungodly” amount of weed.

Rogen made this admission to Jimmy Kimmel Live!, while also admitting that, far from struggling with being stuck in his home, he has actually dealt with the situation exceedingly well.

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“We are not all in this together because this has not been that bad for me. I have kind of been self-isolating since 2009,” said Rogen, before revealing that he has also been doing plenty of pottery and ceramics during this period.

Presenters Seth Rogan (L) and James Franco perform in a skit about marijuana at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles June 1, 2008.   REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni   (UNITED STATES)
Presenters Seth Rogan (L) and James Franco perform in a skit about marijuana at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles June 1, 2008. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)

“So many of our friends wanted to do pottery, we got a literal third wheel, me and my wife. We have a kiln, we found a place that will deliver clay in this time of quarantine.”

This has kept Rogen plenty busy over the last few weeks, while it seems like, even when the quarantine is finally over, the Pineapple Express actor doesn’t really have any plans to spend that much more time with his friends.

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“All I want is to see everyone for 15 to 25 seconds. I don’t need to get close. I’m more than happy to go out, wave to my friends and speak to them for 15 seconds and everyone go on their merry way. Again I’m really built for this.”

“The fact that I have no kids is making this truly not that bad. I will be lying alone on my death bed having not talked to anyone in 15 years and I’ll be like, ‘It was worth it for the coronavirus s**t.’”