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AskMen.Com Dishes on Mila Kunis

We will dissect what has been spreading about Mila Kunis.
This is quite a popular site for celeb gossip, news, and general info. Let’s see what they say.

Mila Kunis:
Why is she famous?

"After watching Mila Kunis strut around for eight seasons as Ashton Kutcher’s ditzy arm candy on That '70s Show, a post-television film career looked unlikely for the seemingly one-note actress. But thanks to the visionary casting of the King Midas of comedy himself, Judd Apatow, who cast Kunis in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the former queen of straight-to-DVD and voice of Family Guy’s perennial punching bag Meg Griffin is staring genuine movie stardom straight in the face. With follow-up roles in Max Payne, The Book of Eli and Darren Aronofsky’s Oscar-nominated ballet thriller, Black Swan, Mila Kunis is on the verge of making Kelso rue the day he ever left her."

So far off to a not so bad start.

But then, there are the numbers.

Ratings (On a Scale of 1-100):

Sex Appeal – 86
- Not bad, and it is good they mention that she was voted number 5 on Maxim’s Top 100 for 2009.

Success – 70
- Okay, they have some reasons for this. As they stated, she did a string of straight to DVD movies, and things seemed austere after “That 70’s Show.” But now, she is starring in a row of high-profile pictures.

Face –79…..Okay.

Body 10…What? Are they serious? Mila Kunis looks better than a 10 on a scale of 1 -100.

Intelligence 3…What? If you ever watch Mila in an interview, you can tell that she is intelligent. She is definitely not some dumb actress with a cute haircut (sorry Tara Reid).

Humor 5….This is also wrong. I mean, even if you look at “That 70’s Show” she had funny moments from the beginning, and I will go out on a limb and say that Meg Griffin has said a few jokes that have made me laugh. Mila definitely has comic potential.

Wild Side 2…Well, she is no Tara Reid.

Money 1…I have no idea how much she is worth. But I doubt she is poor. If Mila Kunis is a 1 with money, what am I?

QATFYG: Have you ever been to Tennessee? Because you’re the only Ten I see.
Except, it is on a scale of 1 – 100, so….yeah.
Whoever thought having a body voted 10 was a bad thing?


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