All right, who has dirtier minds, men or women?
A lot of girls go, "Eww, no, I would never!" And they do, they do! Girls lie because they're like, "We can't talk about it." I think it's pretty even.
Do you think humans are naturally monogamous?
Oh, my boyfriend and I had this conversation. We were watching March of the Penguins, and it was all about how they choose their mate for life. It's so beautiful that these penguins, literally, it's their life! I think the society we live in now is too selfish for that. To each their own, but I think everyone is so self-consumed that I don't know if it's in us anymore. I don't know if it ever was, because originally we just had to procreate and it was all about having sex. It's sad, because I don't think people have it in them. Nobody's ever genuine about being happy and content with who they're with.
It's that gift and curse of choice.
Absolutely, it's a gift of choice, but it fucks with your head.
Do you think Vikings were monogamous?
[Laughs.] No way! Vikings? No way.
Do you think it's OK for a guy to talk to his ex?
Absolutely. I think it shows a lot if you have a nice amicable breakup. At one point you loved the person or cared about them, why stop? You don't have to have sex with them or fall back in love, but be nice. It's nice to have a friendly correspondence. I'm the type of girl that says, "Go to lunch with your ex, go have dinner, find out what's happening in her life." You shouldn't stop caring because you fell out of love.
Nobody's ever genuine about being happy and content with who they're with.
How much chest hair is too much?
When it just blends in with the rest of your body, when there's no space anywhere, that's maybe when you have a problem.
Would you like to be able to see through people's clothes?
Would that be my only power?
Can I choose some other power?
No. Would I want to? It wouldn't hurt, but I think I'd get really distracted, because I would do it to everybody. I'd never be able to hold a conversation, I'd just constantly be looking at everyone's private parts.
OK, would you rather be able to be invisible or see through people's clothes?
[Laughs.] Invisible! What kind of question is that?
What would you do?
What wouldn't I do? I would go into the White House, I would go into the Senate. I would go into these people's private homes and feel like I was invading them and it would be the craziest rush. It's the most fucked up thing you could ever do. I think it would be great.
If you could ride any animal, what would it be?
[Interrupts to point outside, where Macaulay and Mila's friend are jumping around and making faces.] I just want to point out to you what my idiot boyfriend and my best friend are doing. Jackasses. Oh, but I've always wanted to swim with dolphins and have that feeling of freedom. Dolphins seem like such peaceful animals.
What would you do if you opened a cabinet in your house and there was a little guy in there, like a little gnome?
Does it talk?
First, I would make sure that I'm not on drugs and that I'm not drunk or anything. And if it was real, I would keep it. I would keep it and take good care of it and find out what it wants to do. I'd be like, "What do you want to do, buddy? What are you here for?" But listen, I'm all for it- it would be one hell of a way to wake up.
1. Mila learned English by watching The Price is Right. Bob Barker spoke slowly enough for her to pick up the language - and to have all her animals spayed and neutered.
2. He contributed to a 2007 Molecular Therapy article about how to use a "zinc finger protein" to repress disease-causing genes. Oh yeah? We beat Super Mario Galaxy. Take that, science!
3. Though she had plenty of TV experience before the Fox juggernaut, she had little big-screen exposure. What's that, you say? Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves? Wrong. Straight to video, sucka!
4. Her favorite character is a Mage who's a level 375 tailor and enchanter. Did we get that right? We could have just as easily said, "Mila Kunis enjoys Space Boggie and has a 43rd-tier grizbot salamander."
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