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Mila Kunis Still Friendly With Marine Corps Date

The ‘Ted’ actress says she still speaks with the sergeant regularly

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: June 25th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Mila Kunis Still Friendly With Marine Corps Date

Last year, one of the Internets’ most popular trends was inviting extremely famous (and usually untouchable) celebrities to events via YouTube. The majority of them (Justin Bieber, Scarlett Johansson, Betty White, etc.) kindly rejections their invites to balls and proms, but Mila Kunis gracefully agreed to be Sgt. Scott Moore’s date to his Marine Corps Ball in North Carolina.

Originally thought to be a publicity stunt, or the actresses’ way of thanking her countries’ soldiers… it seems the “couple” still keep in close contact.

Speaking with FOXNews.com at the premiere of her new comedy ‘Ted’, Kunis sais “We are still in contact… We email back and forth and spoke on the phone about a month and a half ago.”

In the same conversation, Kunis also shares how she developed her sense of humor and why it’s so difficult for her to be offended.

"I was always surrounded by very obnoxious, dry people -- my dad included. My dad has the driest sense of humor of anyone I know. When I was little, he made sure that I was going to have a strong backbone, and it developed the sense of humor in me," Kunis said.

"Plus being on 'That 70's Show' for eight years and being on 'Family Guy' for 12 or 13, it definitely makes you immune to being offended."

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