On Aug. 17, 2007, audiences everywhere laughed as they watched high school comedy “Superbad” and glimpsed inside the minds of its writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Starring Jonah Hill and Michael Cera, the film has become a cult classic, which is why fans are celebrating 10 years later.

But it’s not just the fans who are celebrating. To commemorate the 10th anniversary of “Superbad,” Rogen, who also acted in the film, decided to share some fun facts about the movie on Twitter, whether people cared or not.

“Some ‘Superbad’ trivia for its ten year anniversary,” Rogen tweeted. “I don’t assume anyone cares that much but why not. ”

The 35-year-old actor’s film trivia was exactly the type of facts you’d think he’s share in honor of the teen comedy’s big anniversary. Take a look!

1. “Danny McBride is an extra in the background of the first party scene in ‘Superbad.’”

2. Goldberg’s brother Dave drew all the scandalous drawings in “Superbad.”

3. “Almost all the names in ‘Superbad’ are people we went to high school with and lots of the stuff in the movie really happened to us.”

To check on one name in particular, “The Mindy Project” star Ike Barinholtz simply replied via a tweet “Steven Glansberg,” a character in the film who always ate alone. Luckily for Glansberg in real life, Rogen explained that he did not usually eat by himself.

4. “The period blood on the leg scene in ‘Superbad’ actually happened to my friend at a high school dance and we discovered it after the dance.”

5. “Just like in ‘Superbad,’ Mike Snider actually was the first guy to get a fake ID and it was awesome.”

6. “My good friend @mrDaveKrumholtz came up with the title ‘Superbad’ while we were smoking weed at the Oakwood.”

7. The MPAA said that “Superbad” used a specific curse word for the first time in film.

superbad trivia “Superbad” star Seth Rogen shared movie trivia on Twitter to celebrate the film's 10th anniversary. Photo: Sony Pictures

8. “The end house party in ‘Superbad’ was filmed about half a block from the OJ murder house.”

9. “My mother came up with the joke that McLovin gets arrested for statutory rape at the end of ‘Superbad.’”

10. “The cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ confirmed to me that the phrase ‘D.T.F’... is from ‘Superbad.’”

Prior to laying all these fun facts out there, Rogen answered fan questions on the social media platform about the film.  While none of the questions and answers were as forthcoming and bold as the ones Rogen divulged on his own, there were still a few interesting ones.

The “Knocked Up” actor revealed that the film took about 35 days to film, but about seven years to write. That’s because he wrote the script with his best friend Evan Goldberg while he was in high school, only about 16 years old. This is also the reason why the movie is about teenagers and why the two leads have the same names as the writers, Seth and Evan. They were based on them.

Knowing that the “Superbad” writers were only in high school when writing the script only builds on the excellence of this movie. And the fact that people are still talking about it 10 years later. Even Rogen is still shocked by it all.

To sum up the whole experience for him, Rogen ended his Twitter trivia spree by thanking fans for enjoying the film.

Here’s to hopefully finding out 20 new fun facts about the film on its 20th anniversary!