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Mila Kunis (mega-post)

19 Jul 2011 23:47 - 19 Jul 2011 23:52 #24017 by dr lazarus
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I think we could all use a little Mila. Well, how about a lot of Mila? You may know this Ukrainian-born cutie from her role as Jackie Burkhart on the hit TV series That '70s Show, or from her many films, such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Max Payne, The Book of Eli, Extract, the critically acclaimed The Black Swan, and her newest film, Friends With Benefits. She also does the voice of Meg Griffin on the series Family Guy. Anyway, here she is, The Kunis (as I like to call her).

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You see that shark tooth? Well, let's just say it didn't come from any gift shop. One day, Mila was out swimming in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, far from land, when a 17 foot Great White shark came along and thought she would be a tasty treat. What the shark didn't know was that he was dealing with Super-Mila! Of course, Mila had sensed him coming a mile away, but she wanted to have some fun. The shark came up from under her, opened its huge mouth, bit down into her leg — and instantly realized something was terribly wrong. You see, Mila's leg — like the rest of her — is stronger and harder than steel. The shark then figured it had better find something else to eat, but it was too late. Mila had it by the tail. The shark thrashed like mad, but it was no use. Mila then turned the shark over on it's back, then reached into it's mouth and yanked out the tooth. She then turned the shark back over, and sent it on its way. Being a bit of an animal lover, she just couldn't bring herself to kill the poor creature.

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"S" is for Super-babe.

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“Justin’s my bitch. Isn’t that right, Justin?”

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She actually built that bike herself — from scratch! First, she read over a 100 books and articles about motorcycles and motorcycle repair (with her super-peepers, super-reading comprehension, and super-photographic memory it took less than a half an hour). Then, to make the project more challenging, she didn't use new parts, but ones she found at a junkyard, which she then cleaned, polished, and refurbished by hand. For parts she just couldn't find, she custom-made them herself, again by hand. All in all, the entire project took her about 90 minutes (she took a lunch break). Eat your heart out, American Chopper!

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20 Jul 2011 00:54 #24018 by lfan
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True fact: In an earlier interview with Maxim (when she was doing the 70s Show), I believe she said something to the fact that her dream role would be to play a kick-ass superheroine or villainess....I'll try to find it....

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20 Jul 2011 18:35 #24026 by www1969
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lfan wrote: True fact: In an earlier interview with Maxim (when she was doing the 70s Show), I believe she said something to the fact that her dream role would be to play a kick-ass superheroine or villainess....I'll try to find it....

There's a hint of a mature Mary Marvel in some of her poses...
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21 Jul 2011 01:01 #24036 by dr lazarus
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There's a hint of a mature Mary Marvel in some of her poses...

From your mouth, I mean, monitor, to a photo-manip master's ears, uh, eyes. There's lots of nice material here, and there must be someone up to the task of turning Miss Kunis into an überbabe. :)

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21 Jul 2011 12:32 #24040 by colt13
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She's like Eva Longoria to me: A petite babe that photographs really well :)
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21 Jul 2011 13:04 - 21 Jul 2011 13:10 #24041 by dr lazarus
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I like Eva, too. I also like the idea of a petite woman getting super-powers. It adds something to the fantasy for me. I like to imagine some tiny gal — like the aforementioned Mila or Eva (according to a Google search, Mila is 5'3" and Eva is 5'2") — going into a weight-lifting gym and showing the big boys (or big girls) how it's really done.

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