Mila Kunis Makes Mistakes, Needs Macaulay Culkin… and Must Have Toilet Paper

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Actor Macaulay Culkin (L) and actress Mila Kunis attend the launch of the "uBid for Hurricane Relief" charity auction and benefit at the Empire Ballroom October 15, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada. All of the proceeds from the auction will be split evenly between the Brett Favre Fourward Foundation, the RockWorks Foundation and the Child Welfare League of America. The organizations will use money raised to help areas in the Gulf Coast devastated by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita. The online part of the auction continues on through November 1, 2005. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

I know… odd. But when you speak to Mila Kunis about her recent film The Book of Eli, things like a post-apocalyptic world, survival aids, and kick-ass attitude come out, as it did in her recent interview with Parade.

So would Mila survive a doomed world? Probably not. Proving she's not a survivalist when asked what survival aids she'd need, she named toilet paper number one.

“Could I have toilet paper? Does that count? I'd like deodorant. And Chapstick would be good. I'd really want Chapstick. But, I would put toilet paper number one on my list,” said Kunis.

But don't let this little fighter fool you.

Mila Kunis and Macaulay Culkin
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“I can kick some serious ass, especially if I'm wearing five-inch heels. It's amazing what I could do. I could throw a really strong right hook,” Kunis said in her own defense.

And she willingly admits when she's wrong.

“I think every day I'm growing, but I make mistakes. Every single day, I make mistakes. And it's something that I learn from and hopefully, move on and better myself as a human being,” said Kunis.

Speaking of mistakes, we've all been wondering what it's like to be home alone with Macaulay Culkin

Mila Kunis and Macaulay Culkin
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“The reason we've been together for so long and the reason that we have such a healthy relationship is because we don't want it to be in the press. And we don't want the press to analyze what we do and how we do it,” said Kunis.


Well… with bedroom eyes and a kick-ass attitude, we'll leave it at that. I certainly wouldn't mess with someone who lovingly recalls their first encounter with an Uzi.

“It's kind of interesting what happens to you when you pick up an Uzi. You become very strong, very fast.”

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