Guy takes a photo with Seth Rogen every year for a good cause
For the past four years a man named Ted has attended Hilarity for Charity events where he takes a picture with comedian Seth Rogen.
The best part is that the two have somewhat of a meta tradition surrounding the picture. Rogen always holds the photo from the previous year in one hand while giving a thumbs up with the other.
Hilarity for Charity is a non-profit started by Seth Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller Rogen, that “aims to significantly improve outcomes for all family members contending with Alzheimer’s disease by 2020.”
Ted, who prefers to keep his last name private, has helped fundraise for HFC since he was a freshman at the University of Vermont. His annual photo is certainly a creative way to bring attention to the event.
Ted posted his photo from the event to Reddit last year. This time around, a redditor asked a question that’s on everyone’s minds.
It turns out that taking a yearly picture with a famous comedian can actually be a good resume builder.
When another redditor jokes about this being great work history, Ted replies, “It’s actually already on my resume, the first year my fraternity won the HFCU competition and got to meet him, I was the main organizer of the event and we raised over $27,000.”
Great job, Ted.