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One can view being made into a wax figure as a sign of making it in show business.

But Seth Rogen has some questions regarding his wax figure at the Hollywood Wax Museum in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


In posting a picture of the figure on Twitter, Rogen expressed confusion regarding his location and attire, writing:

"I will never understand why the Myrtle Beach wax museum has me in a tuxedo standing next to the Mona Lisa."

An interesting question, indeed, and some of Rogen's fans offered some possible answers.







Joining the conversation was Rogen's mother, Sandy, who had a question of her own regarding the smartly dressed version of her movie-star son.

Indeed, the mother of the Knocked Up star, who has made quite the name for herself on Twitter, wasn't even aware her son had a wax figure made of him.

Rogen was quick to poke fun at his adoring mother.

But Mrs. Rogen was anything but embarrassed after her son called her out on social media (and not for the first time, either!)

With her question still unanswered, Mrs. Rogen had only one thing to say.

Fans were delighted and touched by this hilarious mother-son moment unintentionally shared with everyone.





Sandy Rogen has never been shy when speaking publicly about her son.

Earlier in the year, Rogen published Yearbook, a collection of autobiographical essays covering everything from his childhood to Tom Cruise trying to convert him to Scientology.

Needless to say, his mother had plenty of thoughts, which she shared in the book's press release:

"I really wish there wasn't so much drug talk. Why does he need all that? It's like 'We get it!'

One imagines that Pineapple Express is not her favorite of her son's movies.

Mrs. Rogen also did not hold back her pride regarding her son's book, even if she hints that she would have preferred if he'd spent more time doing something else.

"Overall, I think it's more sweet and funny than anything, so I like it, and I'm glad he wrote it, but I'd be even more glad if he called me more."

Something for Mr. Rogen to consider: calling your mother is one way of keeping her off Twitter.