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Given that Rogen appeared on the show primarily to discuss the consumption and sale of weed, it certainly wouldn't come as a surprise if he was a bit baked for the interview.
Indeed, he basically admitted he was, saying he smokes weed all day every day.
Expanding on the inspiration behind launching his own ceramic ashtrays, he said: "I also started doing ceramics and I smoke weed all day every day and I really wanted an ashtray that, kind of, functioned in the way that I thought an ashtray should.
"I don't like to clean them often, so I wanted like a deep reservoir to fit the ash in, and I like a little bed to rest it on."
Judging by the comments on the video, it seems viewers were in no doubt the 38-year-old had made use of one of his ashtrays prior to the interview.
One person commented: "This is the highest I've seen Seth on a talk show for a while."
Another said: "Seth is flying higher than a kite tonight."
A third added: "Seth is clearly high af."
The Superbad actor previously told Kimmel he had been spending lockdown smoking 'an ungodly amount of weed'.
He said: "Yep, pottery and ceramics - done a tonne of that and I've smoked a truly ungodly amount of weed since I've been in quarantine.
"More than normal, yeah... thank God it's been declared an essential service - because truly, for me, it is essential."
Making the most of this passion, this month Rogen launched his weed company Houseplant in the US, after it initially opened for business in Canada back in 2019.
Almost ten years I go, I envisioned having my own weed company. And today I can say that my company Houseplant's weed will be available in California next week! Also, Houseplant is making lovely Housegoods like ashtrays, lighters, and YES, even ceramics. https://t.co/TNjpWFhbWB pic.twitter.com/00xR8QKNH3
- Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) March 1, 2021
Speaking to Kimmel, he said he would love to bring Houseplant to the UK.
Touching on the recent furore surrounding the Harry and Meghan Oprah interview, he said: "If they want weed, hit me up, now that they're here.
"They could use it it seems. They got a lot of stress where they're coming from. That's a stressful experience.
"And they're only smoking hash with tobacco in the UK, so I get why they got out of there... I would love to sell weed to the people of the United Kingdom."
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