Rapper Snoop Dogg and actor Seth Rogen are making quite the habit of getting stoned, chatting bull and filming it for entertainment purposes.
We've already heard the pair's musings on cult television series Game Of Thrones and now they've shared their thoughts on film, music and the origins of the term "chronic" commonly used by rappers and hip hop stars in reference to pungent marijuana.
Apparently the phrase was coined by Mr Dogg himself when he misheard a drug dealer referring to the product he was pushing as hydroponic. We guess you really do learn something new every day.
Watch the video here:
According to Snoop, he came up with the phrase back in 1991 when, quote: "White boy came, he had some shit called hydroponic.
"But we got so motherf*cking high, n*gga said, 'Hydrochronic.' And that's where we started calling it 'chronic'."
A year later Dr Dre dropped his first album 'The Chronic'. Pretty odd that one of the most legendary hip hop albums of all time was named after a mispronunciation.
In the wise words of Kanye West, that shit cray.
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