Courtesy of Interview
Courtesy of Interview
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Mila Kunis looks pouty-lipped gorgeous on the cover of August's Interview magazine, and chats with James Franco about her latest movie, Ted, and how none of the boys ever asked her out in high school.

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Regardless of the fact she was a big-time star on That '70s Show and covered lady magazine Stuff half naked, she swears to never have been asked out as a teenager.

"I think at, like, 16 or 17, I was on the cover of Stuff, which was a horrible thing to do because then you have these boys who assume that you look this way when you don't," she said. "They were like, 'You don't look like you do in those pictures. This is false advertisement.'"

She continues, even claiming her acting teacher had to force another student to take her as his date to a school dance.

"I was, like, 'Look, I need to know what these school dances are like. Someone has to take me,'" she said. "So [her studio teacher] made her son take me to a school dance — at a school that I didn't go to."

The Black Swan actress says she "loves" working with Ted creator Seth MacFarlane, who first hired her to voice Meg Griffin on the animated series Family Guy.

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"[His] humor is highbrow set in a lowbrow environment, is the best way I can describe it," she said. "It's poop and fart jokes, but it has some heart."

While Mila seems to have scored a bountiful amount of work in her 28 years, she doesn't plan on being one of those Hollywood workaholics.

"Listen, in five years I do hope to have a family, and, you know, who knows?" she said when James asked her where she sees herself in the future. "I mean, I’d love to produce. I can’t form a sentence or write an e-mail, so I know I’m definitely not going to go and become a writer, but I would love to explore other facets of this industry, for sure… I’ve always been a big proponent of not working for the sake of working, because I don’t want to work for the rest of my life — I want to live. So I’d rather work to live than live to work.”

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