I have this weird thing where whenever I see a photo of someone, my brain makes the sound that would have been frozen in time along with the image, generally working from the mouth position of the person in the photo. Happy new year!— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) January 1, 2018
Let's take a look at the details of this tweet. For one thing, he posted it in the middle of the day on New Years' Day. Do we think his hangover from New Year's Eve was messing with his brain a little bit?
Is 2018 the year that we all divulge our really strange habits? Because I'd definitely be happy to join the party. When the tablet/iPhone game 2048 was popular (a game which involves you swiping number tiles into each other to create new numbers) I used to look at strangers on the train and imagine swiping them into each other to create new people. Am I doing it right?
How high were you when you tweeted this? Asking for a friend— Nighthowl13 (@lncvach13) January 1, 2018
I read this in your voice, in my head. It's really messing with me right now.— Ryry (@Rynolda) January 1, 2018
This is a well-known psychological phenomenon called Rogen’s mouthosthesia— Benj Edwards (@benjedwards) January 1, 2018
We hope you're okay, Seth. We're worried about you.