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    People Are Getting Emotional Over Seth Rogen's Pottery Journey In 2020 And Honestly It's So Freakin' Cute

    "Seth Rogen's growth in pottery is making me emotional."

    So here's something cute and wholesome to come out of 2020 — Seth Rogen is now basically running a pottery account on Instagram!

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    Technically, this didn't all start this year. It's kind of common knowledge that Seth loves a good ashtray, and he has quite the collection.

    But, in April of last year, the Superbad actor revealed in a post that he had joined a pottery class so he could make his own ashtrays, and he'd already built up quite the collection.

    And then, over the year, he started to post more of his pottery work, branching out into matching ashtrays and vases.

    Lots of vases!

    Well, what with 2020 being a massive steaming pile of trash, Seth has upped his pottery game and he's getting even better than he was!

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    He's now started making ashtrays with matching mugs.

    And his vases have really levelled up since last year.

    He made a freakin' soap dispenser!

    And a whole sake set!

    Seth's pottery hasn't gone unnoticed. In fact, people are really, really loving the growth and all-around wholesomeness.

    seth rogen’s growth in pottery is making me emotional

    This tweet has more than 300,000 likes!

    we did it joe... seth’s good at pottery now

    @warmlacroix I feel more strongly about Seth Rogan’s pottery journey than I feel about most other things

    And that's not even the cutest thing — apparently Seth is a "gem" in the pottery community and has invited people over to use his home studio!

    @warmlacroix He is our favorite little gem in the community. He just invited a Potter I know to his home studio and it was so sweet!!

    But anyway, yes, people love Seth and his pottery.

    i really like seth rogen's ig feed he just makes pottery and vibes

    Finding out Seth Rogen makes pottery is the best thing to come from 2020. Period.

    No idea if Seth will ever start selling his pottery, but you better believe I will be in line for one of those vases if he does!