Hollywood comedians and actors. Unexciting transfer voice. octopus.
Seth Rogen has a lot of resumes.
In his last performance he was favored this week by the Vancouver Aquarium. The Vancouver Aquarium is called the most recent giant Pacific octopus … Ceph Rogen, Cephalopod play.
The moniker came after a week of naming contests. Other competitors were Octavia, Luna and Houdini.
Vote for me in the aquarium I grew up with the octopus named for me. https://t.co/3axHKAryjo
After two votes, Ceph Rogen took over 90% of the votes.
It actually happened. @SethRogenMeet Ceph Rogen.
Do you want to create this friendship and meet eight armed friends IRL? pic.twitter.com/W93goetOwp
The Internet felt cheerful, and Rogen confirmed his status as a poster boy in Vancouver. The Vancouver Aquarium was in the limelight.
Rogen was TransLink's voice.
In fact, the Vancouver people have heard his "dulcet tone" for three months on the bus and the skytrain for three months, as TransLink said.
With the announcement of Rogen, many public transport riders smiled. Other, not much.
One or more patterns have been detected.
Why is Vancouver obsessed with Seth Rogen?
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However, if there was a slower roghenic fatigue in his transport restrictions, good-looking octopus news seemed to get rid of it.
One thing that makes me laugh when I scroll through the feed of Twitter (I know instead of miserable terror).
@Sethrogen This is the most important story of our time. It made me laugh, and there is not much laughing on 11/10/2018. Ceph Rogen Thank you.
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As for the octopus
Ceph is only a baby, but it will grow soon.
Giant Pacific Octopus is considered the world's largest octopus species. The weight can reach up to 150 pounds (68 kilograms) and the arms can reach up to 6 meters in length.
It also lives up to five years.
Seth means there is plenty of time to meet Chef. And let the Vancouver Aquarium come up with another wrong name.
The Vancouver Aquarium is the latest octopus Ceph Rogen
What should they name the next aquatic creature?