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So what’s it like to be the inimitable Macaulay Culkin in the year 2016, smack dab in the middle of the height of nostalgia culture? Apparently it's pretty great. Culkin, in a new interview with Vulture, astutely summarized his post-limelight existence with one all-encompassing word: whatevering.
"I'll take walks at two or four in the morning, because there’s nobody out on the streets and it's easy for me to go unnoticed," Culkin, who mainly resides at an apartment in New York City, says of his day-to-day routine. In fact, the recent guest star on a bizarre Home Alone-nodding web series insists he's pretty much done with the career path that earned him household name status. "I'm a man in his mid-30s who's essentially retired," Culkin says. "I kind of go where the wind takes me a little bit."
So what does that mean exactly? Well, for fear of botching the delivery, simply gaze upon this excerpt of Culkin's usual laundry list of activities:
He says he spends most of his days painting, writing in his notebooks, and “whatevering.”
Whatevering. Whatevering. WHATEVERING.
By our best estimates, whatevering often includes (but is certainly not limited to) fronting a pizza-themed Velvet Underground tribute band and popping up in that aforementioned web series. "I warned Jack [Dishel] that this was going to be a viral thing," Culkin says of the Kevin-reviving appearance. "I was happy for it to bring attention to his show, but I don't think I’ll do anything like that again. I want to make sure it’s Jack's show, not the Mack show."
Speaking of the Mack show, peep this forever and ever: