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If You Do Anything Today, See Seth Rogen Reclining on This Corned Beef Sandwich

We are still recovering from the glory that is Hot Dudes and Hummus and now we have another random but delicious Instagram account dedicated to celebrities on sandwiches.

The brainchild of Los Angeles-based artist Jeff McCarthy, the prints feature watercolors of caricatured celebrities sitting on top of many different types of sandwiches and are available for purchase for only $30. We are not sure why one would want a poster of Seth Rogen reclining on a corned beef sammie, but we’re pretty sure it would light up any room.

Here are some of our favorite Jewish celebs:

1) As the world’s most famous male model, Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) usually eats an air and ice cube sandwich. Maybe that’s why he looks so surprised to be sitting on top of some bologna and cheese.

@zoolander on a bologna and cheese #Zoolander2 out now from @paramountpics!

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2) James Franco on top of a fluffernutter? Yes to both, please.

@jamesfrancotv on a fluffernutter

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3) Something tells us if John Goodman’s “The Big Lebowski” character didn’t roll on Shabbos, then he definitely would not have eaten a cheeseburger.

#JohnGoodman from #TheBigLebowski on an onion ring cheeseburger Print available at ??

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4) Andy Cohen with Wacha, the happiest pup of all.

@bravoandy on a 5 Star Burger

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5) The sweater. The hair. The corned beef perfection. Seth Rogen for president.

@sethrogen on a corned beef sandwich

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6) For some reason, we see Bernie Sanders as more of a classic reuben sandwich, but sure, we’ll accept this adorable meatball sub sketch.

@berniesanders on a meatball sub

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7) L’eggo my eggo, Lena Dunham.

@lenadunham on a peanut butter waffle sandwich

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8) Drake is bringing much needed hotline bling to his Canadian ham and cheese club sandwich.

@champagnepapi on a canadian bacon and cheese. #GIVEAWAY! Tag two friends below for a chance to win any print of your choice. ???

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9) Amy Schumer is giving us #sandwichgoals.

@amyschumer on a turkey and avocado

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10) The Fat Jew, need we say more?

@thefatjewish on a turkey reuben

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11)“Garbage bagel” or not, Ilana Glazer is pretty happy with her breakfast of champions.

@ilanusglazer from @broadcity on a “garbage bagel” breakfast sandwich

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