Mila Kunis Admits That Ashton Kutcher Was Her Friend With Benefits

There's hope ​for your casual fling yet

Back in 2011, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis both released films (No Strings Attached and Friends With Benefits) based on the age old idea of the sex buddy... and how it can never work.

But instead of heeding the lessons of their films, Kunis has admitted on The Howard Stern Show that she and Kutcher, having been friends for years since That 70s Show, shook hands on a casual fling.

The 31 year-old actor said that Kutcher "took [her] breath away" when she bumped into him at an awards show, having not seen him in a while. Shortly after, he invited her over for a housewarming where, "Long story short - I didn't leave 'till the next morning," Kunis says. "And that was the first time, ever, that I'd ever slept over when I was single... at a guy's house."

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"We literally lived out our movies," she admitted. "We 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, 'this isn't just fun anymore'. And then a year later we wanted to get married. I think it took everyone by surprise.'"

The pair now have a one-year-old daughter together and are expecting their second child. 

So your dysfunctional matey sexcapades might have a happy ending after all (though things are always easier when you're both stupidly attractive, wealthy and famous.)

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