Mila Kunis Says She & Ashton Started Off As F*ck Buddies
Once upon a time inÂ 2011, both Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher stared in movies about friends who decide to become casual fuck buddies.
Hers was called Friends with Benefits and c0-starred Justin Timberlake, while his was called No Strings Attached and co-starred Natalie Portman. Both looked awful, but somehow managed to gross about $149.5 million.
Coincidentally, also in 2011, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, having both recently gotten out of long-term relationships, saw each other across a crowded room and also decided to become casual fuck buddies.
Today theyâ€™re married with a one-year-old daughter named Wyatt and a second child all the way.
Basically, their life is a modern day fairytale, and in a recent interview with Sirius XM, MilaÂ told the story of how it all began.
â€œI donâ€™t know if I should tell this story, I could get in trouble for it. We were in similar movies and we should have paid attention to them because this [casual fuck buddy agreement] doesnâ€™t work in real life,â€ explained Mila. â€œWe clearly didnâ€™t pay attention and we shook hands on it and said we would just have fun.â€
Because nothing says casual sex like a handshake.
Of course Mila had known Ashton since she was 16, back when That 70s ShowÂ first started filming,Â but she swears she never saw him as anything other than a friend.
â€œWeâ€™d always kept in touch but I never thought of him romantically. I was at an awards show and I see this guy and I see his back and heâ€™s really tall, and Iâ€™m like, â€˜Whoâ€™s that tall guy?â€
â€œAnd then he just turns around and it was literally like if we were in a movie, the music would start playing and the violins would go…I think for the first time ever he took my breath away…I was like fuck, heâ€™s good looking.â€
In an even more romantic comedy movie twist, at the time, Ashton was actually planning on setting Mila UP WITH HIS FRIEND.
â€œHe had planned to set me up with his friend. Long story short, I didnâ€™t leave until the next morning. It was the first time I had stayed over a guyâ€™s house when I was single but he didnâ€™t want me to leave.â€
Three months and numerous “we need to go and be single” talks later, they both came to the conclusion that they were perfect for each other.
â€œWe started dating with the idea we both were never going to get married. He had just got out of a marriage and I had gotten out of a relationship. We shook hands on it and life was great. But we were in agreement that it was just fun. And three months later, I was like, â€˜This isnâ€™t just fun anymore.â€™”
So there you go.
Fairy tales are real and good luck looking at your next fuck buddy relationship in the same “this could never work out and I don’t even need to worry” frame of mind.
[H/TÂ Sirius XM]