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Seth Rogen Spills That Superbad Inspired A Jersey Shore Catchphrase

The 'Jersey Shore' cast told Seth Rogen that 'DTF' came from 'Superbad,' which makes sense seeing as The Situation is basically McLovin anyway.
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