'They cut it open and dropped a new lens in there.'Kunis may have opened up about being blind but one topic that was strictly off limited was her relationship with Macaulay Culkin.
'The reason I'm able to have a relationship is because I don't talk about it.'She does openly talk about what she looks for in a man, though.'Confidence, not cockiness,' Kunis says.'Knowing who you are is confidence.
Mila Kunis appears to have been photographed having sex with her boyfriend Ashton Kutcher.
Both Mila and Ashton are getting out of weird relationships, as Mila was dating homoqueer and heroin addict Macaulay Culkin, and Ashton was married to grandma Demi Moore.
Cockiness is knowing who you are and pushing it down everyone's throat. I don't think looks matter.'Romance is also important to the actress, who says: 'I love flowers.
Although flowers on my birthday aren't romantic.'And the girl who thinks she 'could not be less sexy if I tried,' has a definite idea of what makes a man sexy.
“We would never be together based on the people that we used to be,” she said.
Mila Kunis has revealed a closely guarded secret - for years she was blind in one eye. Kunis, 27, says: 'I was blind in one eye for many years, and nobody knew.'As a result of her condition she suffered blurred vision, developed a cataract and her eyes became different colours. The only comment Kunis makes about Culkin in the article is that she refuses to comment.'Never have, never will,' she says.
“I was like, ‘Oh, he’s so cute, it’s the Calvin Klein model! Although it was later discovered that Kutcher had intended to set Kunis up with one of his friends, the sparks between the pair were undeniable.
It must be nice for Mila and Ashton to have sex with their partner without the fear of contracting AIDS, or breaking their hip.
However, it is simply reckless of them to risk their bodily fluids leaking out and ruining that fine leather sofa.
“[It was the] first time I ever slept over while I was single.” , both about casual relationships.
“If we had just paid attention to those movies we should have known s— like this does not work out in real life,” Kunis said.