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FASHIONABLY LATE TO THE PARTY

Normally, I would have been all up in this shit like, LAST YEAR, but some stuff just started going on (O HAI, GEORGE MASON) so I've been a little preoccupied. But believe me, I have been following faithfully (fap fap fap) via an RSS reader app on my fizzone.

to make amends, I give you:





Because I like my women looking toned, tanned and showing side-boob.


I want to focus on her performance in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Because aside from her voicing Meg on Family Guy, I haven't been too exposed to her acting (in other words, I didn't watch That 70's Show) I bought FSM on a whim one night at Wal-Mart and kinda sorta instantly fell in love with Mila Kunis. She had me at 'PETERRRR! I CAN SEE YOUR VAGINA FROM DOWN HERE!'

I loved her in the front desk ensemble; I swooned at the short-shorts (zOMG). Um hello, boob pic? Even if that's not her, I don't care, I DON'T HAVE TO IMAGINE THINGS FOR MYSELF ANYMORE. She was also just so, so charming, with her 'VAMPIRE MUSICAL' at the tiki bar and telling Peter that he's so sensitive right before they bed down.


Speaking of things that are sensitive, my nipples, when I look at this:




Also, does anyone else remember when Peter is on the phone with his stepbrother and he refers to Mila as 'cute'? As in, 'I met this cute girl...' Like, really? Mila Kunis? CUTE? Because I'm pretty sure in real life, if you met someone who looks like her, you'd probably cum in your pants. She is not 'cute.' She is 'hot enough to make the jizz spurt out of your pee-hole without your consent.' Don't get it twisted. (I picked that up from ANTM.)

Also, if any of you have the DVD, check out the extra bits (HAR) where they're doing a script run-through. She is hilarious, screaming her lines, and no one else bats an eyelash. Loves it.


Oh what? You need more proof of her hotness?



I want to live in the crevice of her armpit.

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