Mila Kunis Admits She’s Thought About Her Baby While Having Sex With Ashton Kutcher

March 24, 2015 / Posted by:

Uh…I’d rather not admit who I’m thinking about during sex…I mean, I’m totally thinking of my wife” thought reformed sleazeball Ashton Kutcher.

During that same interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show with James Corden where we found out that she is now legally Mrs. Jackie Kelso, Mila Kunis was asked if Jackie and Kelso ever get any time away from their nearly 6-month-old baby Wyatt. Mila said they get out for a date night once a week to “reconnect” with each other and not talk about the baby, to which James Corden joked that new parents are always talking about their baby, even while they’re trying to get their hump on. That’s when Mila interrupted him saying “That has never happened!” followed by the confession: “I’ve thought it…I have, I’m like ‘I wonder if that’s her making that n-wait, what’s happening?‘”

I don’t have a baby in my life, but I do understand being distracted by shit during sex. One time I couldn’t stop thinking of a cute dog I saw earlier that day. Then again, that’s not saying much, since one time I almost rear-ended the car in front of me because I got distracted by a billboard for Gatorade.

And because it was James Corden’s debut show, he decided to make the most out of his other guest Tom Hanks (who totally sat there during the talking-during-fucking debate with a “What is my life, what are my choices” look on his face) by doing a bit called Every Tom Hanks Movie in 8 Minutes:

Even though that was budget as hell and I’m sure they forgot one of two or ten movies, they did remember to include The ‘Burbs, aka the greatest Tom Hanks film ever made, so I couldn’t hate it that much.

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