Mila Kunis: ‘People Can Lose Weight If They Want To’ (I’ll Be Under My Desk)

August 10th, 2011 // 269 Comments

If you read the comments here or generally interact with at least one to one and a half women, you know they all secretly hate each other, particularly ones more attractive than them. So I don’t see anyway Mila Kunis doesn’t die at the end of the day by being sucked into a vortex of nails and heels after this interview with British Glamour goes as wide as its about to. Via The Marquee Blog:

“I don’t think I ever fully realized what a human body is capable of doing,” she says. “But I think I was also, in a beautiful way, incredibly naïve. I believed I could do anything. I never for one moment thought I couldn’t do it. I believe in hard work. In self-drive and self-worth.”
Don’t get her wrong – she’s a “huge foodie,” she says, adding that she “loves food.”
“But when people say ‘I can’t lose weight,’ no, no, no, you can,” Kunis emphasizes. “Your body can do everything and anything, you just have to want to do it.”

What’s fucked up, is Mila Kunis did nothing wrong except tell the truth, yet I can already hear the claws being sharpened and ready to type, “Stupid Hollywood cunt. What does she know?” instead of asking the important questions like, Why is terrible, processed food available so cheap? Who lobbies to make that happen? How come I work two jobs to make ends meet yet don’t have time or money to buy/prepare fresh food? Why are McRibs allowed to be so delicious yet no one will tell me what they’re made of? However, in all honesty, had this been Gwyneth Paltrow, I’d help you burn her goddamn house down. “Whoops! Just protesting the government, sorry about that. You know London. Ahahaha! Very good, very good.”

Photo: Bauer-Griffin, Getty, Splash News


  1. bing

    Was this girl really going out with Macaulay Something ?

    • Doc Schweinstrudel

      It must have been love (but it’s over now).
      Anyone else thinks she looks like Barack Obama?
      Now I know …now I know. What it is, not to love here.

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  2. Carrie

    She’s right. Not everyone can have washboard abs, but barring a health issue, everyone can lost weight.

    • LT81

      So true!

    • Blech

      I agree with her. Thank something Kunis isn’t a nitwit.

      • puttypants

        If she’s not a nitwit than why does she sound like one most of the time!!!

      • Actually, she’s right. Fast food, and frozen food, is so loaded with calories, sugar, and other additives that you would practically have to run at a near 100 meter world record pace all day long to burn it all off. Unfortunately, no one has the time to prepare proper meals for themselves because more and more of our time is taken up by work, even when we’re at home.

      • Doc Schweinstrudel

        Deepblue, you are also right! Fast food does you no good. Why don’t all Americans throw all that untasty junk and adopt the healthy eating habits of Ukranians
        See their traditional /national food that most have on the table daily
        Salo -: cured slabs of fatback (rarely pork belly), with or without skin.
        Yep, that’s right. Who wants to have a slice of cool salty pork fat on your bread, Fish? Anyone?
        I’ll stick with cheeseburger in MCD any day of the week.

      • Doc Schweinstrudel

        And when they treat you and you chew on that fresh pork fat like chewing gum in your mouth and the top of it has a layer of pig’s skin – couple of pig’s hairs stuck between your teeth is just a fine touch.
        That’s how you cook your own meals at home, yanks!

    • AK

      Agreed — it sounds like she’s just being encouraging and positive based on her own experience of learning ballet.

      From the same article: “I’m in an industry based on rejection. On negativity and let-downs,” says Kunis, who turns 28 on August 14. “People are rejected every single day purely based on opinion, about who’s a good actress, who’s a bad actress, who’s pretty, who’s ugly, who’s fat, who’s skinny. So why go there? You have to have a positive outlook. Otherwise you’re in a very dark place.”

      If someone like Jillian Michaels said this, no one would think twice about it.

  3. Trousers

    I really want my body to fuck mila kunis but that is technically not what is going on right now. Her theory is invalid.

  4. Maeby

    How is this an issue? She’s right. I mean, i’m pretty chubby but that’s cuz i lack the drive to put down this bean and cheese taco. If i REALLY WANTED to i could lose weight. But i’m not. I’m fuckin’ lazy. Of course there are those people with the “thyroid” problems. And they apparently can’t lose weight (liars).

    • kimmykimkim

      Hahaha! Maeby, you’re so right. But I have to say, I’m the most lazy person I’ve ever known. On top of that I’m a pothead, a homebody and I HATE to cook. Hate. It. And I can EASILY sleep for 18 hours straight. But if I can get up at 4:30am and go to the gym for an hour so can you! I actually feel better because of it and I feel less homicidal and “ragey”. That’s a huge plus for my walls and other shit that might end up broken for doing absolutely nothing to me. Anyway just thought I’d share my story, cuz I just like ur post. Hmm well that was fun!

      • Carrie

        kimmykimkim, you’re a rockstar for getting up at 4:30am. I drag my ass to the gym at 2:30 everyday to climb on the treadmill next to the soccer moms and elderly folk (that’s all that’s in there at that time). And it does help with the craziness. My boyfriend sends me to the gym when I’m overly-bitchy.
        There’s my story. Yay!

      • kimmykimkim

        Yaaaay, Carrie! See guys not all girls hate each other! I personally think us chicks gotta stick together not hate each other, because that doesn’t really solve anything. And I’m pretty sure hate causes cancer too.

      • Carrie

        I don’t hate all other women, just the vapid, slutty ones. Only because I’m not vapid and slutty anymore. Who knows, maybe I’m jealous.
        And yeah, hates causes cancer. Or Michelle Bachmann. Whichever.

      • Omg 4:30? You’re awesome, I just can’t do it, no matter how early I go to bed. 6:30 is the absolute earliest and even then, I’m just phoning it in with my eyes closed on the elliptical, at level 1. I just run at night instead, which tires me out and I sleep like a baby.

        But yeah, I think all women should be forced to exercise. It’s like a sanity pill, I swear. I used to get the worst mood swings and cry for no reason lol, but now I am more calm and happier.

      • Mike Walker

        Get a room you lesbos…

        …preferably one with a peephole so I can watch.

      • Carrie

        Lol @ bianca on the level 1 eliptical. I so do that sometimes if I absolutely don’t feel like working out–just set some R&B on the nano and groove out for 30 minutes or so. End result: 45 calories burnt. :)

      • kimmykimkim

        Bianca, I honestly don’t know how I do it. Strangely, its easier for me to get up crazy early and go workout than it is for me to get up later just to get to work on time. Probably because I don’t look forward to work. Work is not going to give me a hot ass but then again a hot ass won’t pay the bill-wait a minute…hmm…

        So, somebody should cover that peephole Mike Walker is talking about…

      • Carrie

        Talk about a fun way to burn calories. . . .

    • gumption

      Hey, I acutally do have a thyroid problem so it is not something people make up. With that said, because I am aware I have a thyroid problem, hypo, I work out like a maniac and eat very healthy, not counting those NYC slices of pie…but I have maintained a fit figure all my life by having a good diet and exercise despite the thyroid. Sure, not everyone can be fit but one can loose weight. It all depends what you value. I admit that my vanity is a part of it but also I do not wish to be uncomfortable and feel sluggish and yuck. It is plain unhealthy people! Plus fast food is disgusting, barf!

    • Elsie

      Thyroid problems make it hard to lose weight, but not impossible. I kept gaining weight out of nowhere without changing my diet… then found I had a very underactive thyroid. I’m now working extra hard and on medication and I’m losing weight fine. If I did nothing about it, I’d just get fatter and fatter and fatter….and fatter and fatter…. lol.

      My career isn’t being thin though so I don’t have all the time in the world to make sure I look anorexic, so I will just go for healthy LOL.

  5. Norm

    “However, that being said, had this been Gwyneth Paltrow, I’d probably help you burn her goddamn house down. “Whoops! Just protesting the government, sorry about that. You know London. Ahahaha! Very good, very good.”
    I laughed out-loud at that!! Nice!! (and it’s true – we can all lose weight and be as healthy as we choose, we just have to want it to be so)

    • guy

      The difference is Gweneth says its no problem to lose weight and stay healthy and anyone can do it and then the next sentence she talks about taking her live in chef and trainer with her while they vacation for a month …

      Thats what drives me fucking insane …

  6. jim whatsa whosits

    Women these days have no self control. they are slaves to food. its fucking pathetic

    • ZigZagZoey

      Uh………….Yeah………Not in Hollywood. It’s full of skeletons!

    • eyyeeee

      and men aren’t?

      • jim whatsa whosits

        men too. men too.

      • Elsie

        Men can be fat ugly pigs and still have women slobbing all over them kissing their hairy crusty bums because they are sucked into the mentality that men are amazing when in fact most of them suck.

        Women tend to hold onto more weight genetically because they need to have enough weight on them to carry a baby to term because if it were up to men, hahha.. could you imagine a guy being pregnant? Men cry and lay in bed for a week with a common cold!!!

    • Zilly

      I think the hollywood skeletons are slaves to food just as much, if not more. Anorexics think of food constantly. Normal people can sit down and eat a meal and not think much of it. Someone with an eating disorder goes through a panic attack just trying to down a piece of lettuce.

    • Blech

      But men? Men are all lean, muscular Gods.

      • hairpocket

        no but most men who arent dont really give two shits because they know all they have to do is put down the god damn pudding and work out a little and in a coule weeks they can be fit so its an idea of im out of shape and it doesnt matter if the need ever arises ill let nature take its course and get in shape

        women on the other hand sit there and lose their shit over a couple little pounds because instead of taking responsibility for their actions they try to justify it to themselves and come up with some kind of excuse as to why theyre a lardass and because of that perpetuate the problem
        its psychological

    • Yawn

      Such an immature, american comment.

  7. Ms. B*

    She’s absolutely right. Your body can lose weight, unless you consider eating a half gallon of ice cream after walking for 5 minutes a “work out” then bitch because your ass no longer fits in your jeans.

    Anyone can lose weight if they have the dedication and will to do it. Point blank.

  8. Mila Kunis Weight Loss Glamour
    jim whatsa whosits
    Commented on this photo:

    hahahahahah this shot is money

  9. ZigZagZoey

    This is not gonna go well. WHY do celebs say stupid shit that you KNOW people will be all over you about?
    Mila now has millions of (FAT) haters!

    • Carrie

      Everyone knows fat people don’t count, silly.

    • Blech

      If I were fat, I wouldn’t hate her. She’s right.

      • puttypants

        Here’s the problem with Mila’s remark…1- she’s only 27…when I was that age I could eat like a truck driver and stay slim. I didn’t work out but I was physical like walking back and forth to school each day which was about 6 miles. We danced all the time and we didn’t have fast food, soda, all kinds of garbage snacks. She’s right anyone can lose weight if they try hard enough. as some of us age we’ll have to watch every ounce of food that passes our lips all the time…and that get’s difficult. Some people can eat more than others and still stay slim while others simply have a slower metabolism and have to watch every morsel that passes their lips…That’s a difficult way to live if you love good food…. And, as we age it’s actually better to not be too thinincase you get cancer. People die of cancer because they starve to death. Being as young as she is she shouldn’t make such generalized statements….it’s rude. Mila needs to think before she speaks..she’s often rude and abrasive. Mila needs to remember that kindness is more important than being too blunt or direct as she calls it. I’ve never seen her mom so I don’t know if she’s overweight or not but I have seen her dad and he’s no skinny minnie…he’s got a gut on him…if Mila’s mom is overweight…Mila can plan on it too. So she who speaks too soon may end up having lots of egg on face some day.

      • Aggie

        I don’t think what she said was rude. It wasn’t aimed at anyone specific. She just stated a fact: people can lose weight if they put in the effort. There’s no nastiness there. You’d have to be crazy sensitive to be upset by that.

    • Elsie

      What happens when she is 40 and starts to get fat??? lol…

  10. Clarence Beeks

    I agree with her. Shut your fucking mouth, and exercise- you will lose weight.

  11. Can

    Meth can help ANYONE lose weight.

  12. She’s missed a very important point…”wanting” to lose weight gets you nowhere…100% of fat people WANT to lose weight. It’s the “doing something about it” that actually makes a difference.

    Just as an aside…there is NO physical/medical condition that can make you gain weight. Food makes you gain weight. If you eat more than you burn, that is not a medical condition, that’s eating too much. Physics is like that…a low thyroid can’t produce body fat from thin air, you still have to eat too much.

    • ZigZagZoey

      There are medicines that make you gain weight.
      Oh, and pregnancy too…….If you want to call that a “condition”!

      • Carrie

        Fucking birth control—keeps me on the treadmill 20 minutes longer every day. But–better than getting fat AND pregnant.

      • zoey ur right espec antidepressants. how the fuck do they make ppl not depressed when they make them gain 50 lbs

      • ZigZagZoey

        It is depressing! Then you have to double your dose because you got fat!

        “I eat because I’m unhappy, and I’m unhappy because I eat. It’s a vicious cycle. Now if you’ll excuse me, there’s someone I need to get in touch with and forgive: meself” ~ FAT Bastard had it right!

      • The stupid thing about anti-depressents, is that many people take them because they’re depressed about their weight. But then they gain more weight, which makes them more depressed, so they take a higher dosage, and so on and so on. It this vicious cycle of self medicating, over prescribing and not dealing with the root of their problem.

      • meh

        You gain weight in pregnancy because you have to eat more to support the baby….

    • In a perfect system physics may be like that, but you didn’t account for the variables, so it actually isn’t like that. (Except for the part about a body at rest tending to remain at rest. I hate to exercise, so fuck you, Newton. And yes, I know “body” doesn’t refer to the human body.)

      A low thyroid can’t produce body fat from thin air, but because it acts to lower metabolic rate, it can take the amount of calories that you, as a previously thyroid-normal person, used to consume and would usually burn off efficiently, and now burn less of them – and ensure the rest are stored as fat. You aren’t eating any more than you did before, certainly not “too much”, yet you’re gaining weight for no reason that you can see. Meanwhile, your ever-helpful hypothalmus is telling you that you still need to eat the same amount you’ve always eaten in order to feel full. So you ignore it and start to diet, your thyroid-deficient metabolism slows even further, you feel starved, so you try to eat even borderline normally, and you find yourself either unable to lose what you gained at the outset, or start gaining even more weight. And because a lowered metabolism means you aren’t burning the calories you need for energy, it gets harder to work out because you’re fatigued all the time – which sucks, because hyothyroid patients need to exercise far more than the rest of us just to get the results we do.

      So your definition of eating “too much” in this case would actually be an average amount of daily calories – it wouldn’t be 3-5 daily trips through the McDonald’s drive-through that you’re imagining.

      It sucks that a lot of people who are obese for other reasons use this as a fallback excuse when they’ve never been tested for it – and don’t plan to, either – it’s far more complex than my description, but it really is a legitimate medical issue.

    • “Too much” is a subjective term – 1200 calories/day is the general baseline for women, so it really isn’t “too much” for the average person, right? I got the impression McFeely defined “too much” as eating beyond that, and there’s not much room there for stuffing your face with McRibs, or much of anything else in the indulgence department if you adhere to amount. The problem is, if you have hypothyroidism, you’ll probably gain weight on that amount of food – even if you excercise. And if you cut back on your intake, your metabolism slows even more, so even if you’re eating less, you don’t lose weight – you might even gain. This really is the one case when eating less won’t help you lose, which is why I said physics don’t always apply here since the system you’re applying the equation to is deficient at the outset.

    • Kendo_Bunny

      Having the medical problem like a sluggish thyroid, insulin resistance, or ovarian cysts will not make weight appear out of thin air, no, but it will mean that your body will hang onto every single calorie you ingest and require a lot more work to get it out. Plus, at least with ovarian cysts, your body will continue to insist that it’s starving to death, causing severe headaches, stomach cramps, dizziness, vertigo, and a host of other lovely things if you don’t eat…

      I don’t hate Mila Kunis for saying this, but she’s obviously never been overweight, nor is she poor. She does not have to work two jobs, budget her meals for what she can afford, cook her own meals, and design her own exercise program that she can fit in when she’s not completely exhausted. I think the thing fat women hate the most about these women who get paid to be thin lecturing them is that they have never tried to lose a significant amount of weight.

    • Doc Schweinstrudel

      Oh fucking well, genius, or should I call you Square House M.D. from now on, why don’t they award you a noble prize for such discovery in medicine, so fat/obese people should eat less. How did you figure it all out, by yourself alone or you went to Ivy league for your M.D.?
      Flashnews, jerk! Being overweight is PSYCHOLOGICAL/Neurological problem first and for most. Why do they overeat? Same reason why some depressed people jump from the bridge, cut their veins (or any other irrational, self harming behavior) or people with mania get hit by trucks because they think they can just walk in traffic as they are invincible.
      How about being bombarded by sublimal neurolinguistical adverts on daily basis, billboards at every corner, make it look/sound like this or that food is same as love – until your subconscious just takes over your mind and leaves you without adult supervision. How about hijacking (shoking) brain with rainbow of tastes multiplied by hundred in each food which natural foods just cannot recreate than ending up in full blown addiction and cravings triggered by stress or grief. How about getting a notion in your head that the appetite is made up of hormones produced by brain, which women can have in volatile fluctuations (like PMS) or change after giving birth. Actually anything can affect hormones, even shampoo one uses one research showed teenage boys started to grow tits because of certain combinations of herbs.
      What the fuck all those people cry about “you fatties are disgusting go to gym, do something about it”. You know what, I GUESS THEY ALREADY KNOW IT, HEARD ABOUT IT 100 TIMES THEY HATE THEMSELVES MORE THAN YOU DO ON TOP OF FEELING HELPLESS. And people telling him /her they are ugly and subtly implying they are to blame because they are lazy – won’t change a thing. It’s like you people have no fucking mothers/fathers or grandmothers who are overweight and can’t have any consideration for people with such issue or a little bit compassion in your souls.

    • Elsie

      Yes but your metabolism can slow down however and hold onto weight even if you are eating the same amount of yes, in theory, if you can predict this, you should eat less. Exercise is key to keeping metabolism up….. Underactive thyroid does slow you down and your metabolism, but you can combat that with medication and exercise.. just as hyperactive thyroid will make you lose weight because it speeds up everything including your anxiety!

  13. Z

    No, she’s right. The fact is ANY diet will work, you just have to want it. Period.

  14. Deacon Jones

    FISH, it’s not just “hate women hotter than them”. They hate each other, period. I put up with listening to all the secretaries backstab each other every day at lunch.

    Every notice how there’s never an all-female project team in the office? It’s because they disagree for the sake of disagreeing. They NEED drama in their professional life, otherwise, they have no one to talk shit on, which is there only basic form of communication, other than trying to get you to do something for them.

    • kimmykimkim

      Haha! But Deacon, I’m a woman and I’m not like that! What do you have to say about that?

      • Courtney Love

        then you are one in a million. I’m a woman and i can admit that.

      • amy

        Kimmykimkim: Sorry I didn’t reply sooner, I was out lawyering. You know, the thing working people do during the day while you sit on your ass. But I digress. Bleck said “I don’t believe I’m particularly hot, yet women still hate me. WHY the FUCK is that? Is it because I do my job right? Because I don’t try to hard?”
        Case closed. Admission right there. While some people simply don’t like others for whatever reason, large quantites of people don’t dislike a person, unless there is a reason. If I had issues with most of the women at my office, I’d most likely need to take a look at myself. It’s not that difficult to understand.

        As to why I’ve been in a pageant…who the fuck cares? I can do whatever I want and am not insecure. Being catty to others about their decisions is actually a key component in insecurity. So pot, meet kettle. Anyway, the point of me pointing out the pageant is that I consider myself a decent-looking person, and most people like me. Women don’t simply hate others for their looks…it may be the first thing, but a personality is far more decisive.

    • Lux

      I’m on an all-female team now and it’s like fucking Apocalypse Now in there.
      Even nice women can be cunts in the wrong situation. (Hence, why it’s Apocalypse Now.)

      • fasterpssycat

        Worst job I ever had was an office full of women. I’m convinced that they were all allergic to having a day without petty bullshit. Best job I ever had? Being the only chick tech in an all guy repair shop. Never any drama. You came in, did your job, talked shit on a smoke break, and went home at the end of the day not hating anyone. I used to claim I was a feminist, until I realized just how big of a misogynist I really am. Bitches be trippin’, etc.

      • Blech

        I’m typically nice but consistent fucking with me will make me a not-nice eventually.

        I’d say that after a while, women who spend too much time with each other wind up having their periods synched up. Hence the difficulties in working with them.

    • Blech

      I don’t believe I’m particularly hot, yet women still hate me. WHY the FUCK is that? Is it because I do my job right? Because I don’t try to hard? WHAT.

      • amy

        I dunno, I’ve seen more drama between men in the last year than women. I don’t know if it depends on the type of work or what. The biggest drama queen at work is male…we call him barney fife. A lot of times I think it’s based on the education level. And in many job environments, men are still in the upper ranks while women fill the secretarial roles…that probably has something to do with it. I find that the higher educated are less likely to be involved in drama. I’m a lawyer…I work alone…and watch the office politicsdrama from a distance.

      • amy

        Blech: People probably don’t like you because you’re an asshole. People don’t just hate others for no reason (not masses of people anyway). I’m 108 pounds and a state pageant title holder and nobody that I know of hates me. Why? Because I’m nice and not an asshole about it.

      • kimmykimkim

        Amy: Wow. That kind of makes you look like an asshole.

      • @ Amy, wow, you sound like an absolute snotbag right now. I guarantee that if your character is as pompous and elitist as demonstrated by your posts, that many people do indeed dislike you. And no they don’t dislike you because you’re a 108 lbs, former pageant holder and are ‘nice’ about your self-professed beauty, they don’t like you because you’re a bitch. Perhaps it is because your head is stuffed so far up your ass, you don’t see this.

      • amy

        kim and bianca…no, not former state title holder, current. And nope, I’m really nice, have a good education, don’t eat my feelings, and people generally like me. Sorry, but if someone comes to the fish and says “omg, no women like me cause they be trippin, i don’t know whyyy!?” then they’re probably an asshole, and that’s why no one likes them. Why else would it be?

      • gluten

        exact same thing for me, blech.
        maybe we should take it as a compliment that they find SOMETHING about us so threatening :)

      • gluten

        and amy, shut up. if you speak the way your comment above was written, it makes you a definite asshole, believe me. you may think everyone loves you but i think you’d be very fucking surprised just how many hate you.

      • Frank Burns

        @ amy – pics?

      • @Amy:

        The Hell is with the 1995 Compton “they be trippin” yo, gangsta talk? Quick, get back into the time machine and set the dial to 2011, before those crazy negros bust a cap in yo ass.

        And what does being “well educated” have to do with being a nice person? You’re positing that ‘well educated’ people are free from acting like arrogant, deviant, immature assholes and petty behaviour is solely reserved for women in the lower “secretarial positions.” Don Draper, is that you?

        I guess your own elite education and the whole Harvard Educated George Bush, the Rupert Murdoch scandal and Wall St collapse, didn’t teach you that stupidity is an equal opportunity employer that transcends all educational levels.

        You also think thin people are morally superior and exempt from being dramatic and catty, as demonstrated by your “I’m really nice”,”I don’t eat my feelings” BS, which is just an excuse for you to inject your sanctimonious attitude and make ad hominems towards others. Guess what? I’m thin, intelligent and nice too, yayyyy!! However, I still know many women act in hateful ways, completely unprovoked, because they are insecure and threatened.

        You may very well be a “beauty queen lawyer” (although I take everything here with 1/8 grain a salt), but the fact you have failed to present even one rational and sound argument, leaves your hilariously self-centred boasting, dubious to say the least.

      • kimmykimkim

        @Blech: First of all, when people say that there’s gotta be a reason people don’t like you, you know like Shamy calling you an asshole when she has nothing to base that on, its not true. People don’t like other people everyday for no particular reason. Sometimes people just irk us but we can’t quite put our finger on why. But anyway, who cares if some little bitches at work don’t like you! Would you even want to be their friend anyway? I’m thinking no. There’s probably something about u that they find threatening and are jealous of. But if I were you, I wouldn’t give a fuck. They don’t know you, your self worth doesn’t depend on them! As long as you know you’re a good person, then fuck what everybody else thinks. It’s you, its your life, not theirs. They can fuckin suck it!

      • kimmykimkim

        @bianca: I fucking love you. You’re my hero(ine). And I love the word snotbag and plan on adopting it. I have to ask, where are you from?

        @amy: you’re obviously not a very good lawyer seeing as how you can’t even prove your own case. And pageants? I’m sorry to break it to you, but that’s not really something to be proud of. It basically just shows that you’re so insecure that you need a crown to feel validated. It’s actually quite sad. And when you work alone, its real easy for nobody to hate you. But if that ficus tree in your office could talk….

  15. Deacon Jones

    SOLVING THE McRIB MYSTERY – McDonalds Employees Tell All (almost)

    (excerpt from LA Weekly)

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock — or in line at LudoBites 6.0 — you may have heard that McDonald’s McRib sandwich is back. The story seems to be everywhere: in national magazines, in local newsletters, and there’s even a McRib Locator where fans of the sandwich report recent “sightings” of the eagerly anticipated menu item.

    Since we’re not typically ones to trade our gastropub grass-fed beef for fast food’s processed variety, we visited four L.A. area McDonald’s and quizzed drive-through employees about what’s in the McRib, why it’s so popular, and exactly how the boneless meat get its signature “rib” shape.

    McDonald’s describes its 500-calorie sandwich, which first debuted in 1981 and has made limited-time, seasonal appearances ever since, as perfect for people who “love flavorful pork and tangy barbeque sauce,” and “who don’t mind getting sticky.” Hmmm. According to the “Legends of McRib” video on McDonald’s website, McRib lovers of times long past included Cleopatra, Benjamin Franklin, William Shakespeare and Christopher Columbus, who all appear sporting tangy barbeque-stained mouths and clothing. While these faux McRib fans might give the sandwich a more storied history, they’re not able to tell us about its ingredients, taste, texture or McRib’s mystery meat. Errr, pork.

    McDonald’s employees, on the other hand, are well-versed when it comes to the McRib. On cue, each drive-through employee asked, “Welcome to McDonald’s. Would you like to try the McRib?” Why, yes we would. But first, we need to know what’s in the sandwich. This is where the employees’ united front fell apart.

    Answers varied from “Frozen pork patty,” to “Deep fried pork,” to “Pressed pork.” Perhaps the most comprehensive answer was, “A boneless pork patty that’s deep-fried and then slathered with tangy barbecue sauce, topped with pickles and onions and served on a warm roll.” While (part of) that sounds delicious, not one employee was able to explain how the McRib gets its signature “rib” shape. At store after store they each shrugged their shoulders and said, “I have no idea.” One did speculate, however, that “it must be magic.”

    Despite what’s in it or how it’s technically made, all of the employees’ faces lit up when we asked if they think the McRib tastes good. Unanimously, the employees’ proclaimed their love for the sandwich, going in depth on how they like to eat it. One likes extra barbecue sauce for added “tang,” another piles it high with crisp french fries, a third forgoes the onions but doubles up on the pickles, and another doesn’t mess with the original recipe but makes sure to stockpile extra napkins (we agree, it’s saucy). The enthusiasm also extends to the true McRib fanatics, some of whom have lined up to get their McRib fix when the sandwich makes its seasonal debut. In L.A.’s case, it will be around until December 5th.

  16. chev70

    At some point in the future, when her waistline is being measured in feet, this is gonna be shoved back down her throat.

    • fasterpssycat

      She’s Ukranian. Ukranian women stay beautiful forever, or fade into the sunset before their looks betray them. Or stay in fucking Ukraine where no one sees them.

  17. She’s right. Where it is simple is if everybody exercised 45 minutes a day (even just a walk) and limited themselves to 1600 calories per day, they’d loose weight. Yes, they’d eventually plateau, but they’d loose weight if they were considered over for their height (not that BMI means anything).

    The hard part is sticking to it.

    • Jiggy

      Lose, even.

    • puttypants

      Yes you could lose weight on 1600 calories a day but it wouldn’t be healthy. You need 2,000 to get all the proper nutrients. Simply walking 45 minutes a day is healthy but it may not help you lose weight but inches. It’s sooooo much easier to lose weight when you’re young and that’s who’s mostly speaking here. Just wait til you’re 40 than talk….OK???

      • I've got a crush on the GW

        2000 is an average number. I would gain weight if I ate 2000 calories a day. My basal metabolic rate is only 1400 calories because I’m a shorter person. I have lost 50lbs in the last 4 months by sticking to 1000-2000 calories and I do get all my nutrients in. It’s easy to get all your nutrients in when you eat natural foods instead of processed foods which have all the nutrients leeched out.

        Anyone can lose weight. I’ve seen it all. I’ve seen people with PCOS, thyroid problems, on birth control, taking anti-depressants, all lose weight by sticking to it. It’s hard, but honestly, if it wasn’t hard, everyone would do it.

  18. Tom

    I’m superdoubleobese (look it up), or what the medical team that washes me calls “overbese” and I’d just like to say two things:
    1) It’s insensitive to tell me to lay off the hamdingers and to walk to my own mailbox like some common animal, and
    B) Mila Kunis looks like she would be delicious with some sauerkraut and marshmallow creme.

    • TomFrank

      Sauerkraut AND marshmallow creme? Sure you’re superdoubleobese and not superdouble pregnant?

    • PoorMaryKelly

      When I was a kid there was a lady up the street that had to be cut out of her house by the rescue squad. Families, neighbors, strangers,everybody came out to watch like it was a sideshow. Being a kid, I was just fascinated. As soon as I was old enough to know better I realized what horrible douchbags we all were. Personally if it were me I would rather go out like Gilbert Grape’s mother and not give awful people the satisfaction.

    • AK

      I just looked it up. “Super double obese” (in quotes) yields zero Google results, and superdoubleobese (as you’ve written it) yields one result: your post on this page.

  19. Mrs. Sub

    Easy for her to say

  20. David

    Wow, no one is disagreeing with her. People are agreeing with a celebrity’s views! HOLY SHIT.

    She is right, btw. I’m fat as hell but if I really wanted to do something about it I would, and could.

  21. Ted

    “…is Mila Kunis did nothing wrong except tell the truth…”

    You’re exceedingly ignorant. Stick to snarky comments about tits and ass and leave the science to people with brains.

    And no, I’m not the least bit overweight. That me and Mila’s good DNA at work.

    • Carrie

      Your comment seems a bit snarky there, Ted. . . .

    • well

      Are you suggesting that it’s scientifically proven that a statistically significant number of people are physically incapable of losing weight? Because that’s horse-shit my friend. “Eat less, move more”, it’s fat we’re talking about here, not concrete.

  22. NureyS

    Shes right. I’ve done it, all it took was reaching that point where enough really is enough. Its easy once you have drive.

    Shes right, and fat or chubby people (like myself) shouldnt be upset about it.

  23. Kelce

    As a woman I agree with Mila. I lost 30lbs. I get tired of hearing someone say they can’t lose weight because I busted my ass to lose my 30lbs. Hard work and self control is all you need.

    Also, other women suck. I rule. The end.

  24. Barnaby Fizzlesticks III

    I’m a woman, and I don’t hate her for saying that…because it’s true.

  25. Moi

    Right, I think it is easy for her to say because she has an advantage over the rest of us common people. For one she has, at her disposal, dietitians that can outline what she can and cannot eat. Where as most Americans have no health insurance and if you’re like me your health insurance won’t cover the costs of a dietitian. Also, her loads of money buy her personal trainers, gym memberships, money to buy organic, healthy, unprocessed groceries (this shit can get expensive). And if she’s like most of us who like to go out to eat, she can afford those fancy restaurants that serve healthy food. Around where I live its a thriving business to be in the fast food business. So yea, I agree…

    “Why is terrible, processed food available so cheap? Who lobbies to make that happen? How come I work two jobs to make ends meet yet don’t have time or money to buy/prepare fresh food? ” EXACTLY !!!WHY????? HELP US HELP OURSELVES!!!!

    • Deacon Jones

      uhhh…other than my $19.99 a month gym membershio, I have none of the above, but still look pretty damn good.

      • Carrie

        Yep. There’s lots and lots of people (read: the majority) that don’t have the funds to access what you’re talking about. You’re on the internet, aren’t you? Look up nutrition stats, find out what you need to cut back on, and adjust accordingly. And since when do fancy restaurants serve healthier food? Stay away from McD’s, or read Eat This, Not That. And organic food is a waste. Buy some romaine lettuce, wash it, and make a salad with baked chicken. Pretty effing easy.

      • Idiots

        Nobody said organic food is makes you lose weight or is more nutritious. It’s a matter of eating food that’s not grown using toxic pesticides that are harmful for you and the environment.

    • Oprah also has access to everything you mentioned; a personal trainer, personal chef, personal gym, personal life coach, house keeper, etc. etc. And guess what? She’s still a tubbo. At the end of the day, you can pay for everything expcept for one thing: SELF-DISCIPLINE!!

      Dont have a gym? Go for a walk
      Don’t have a personal chef? Make your food yourself
      Don’t know how to cook? Make a salad and bake some chicken, pretty fucking simple. Or learn.
      Don’t have time? Stop watching the 4 hours of TV the average American watches.
      Can’t afford it? If you can afford to eat Mcdonalds, you can afford to eat healthy.

      Except for the extremely impoverished that live in Bodegas and don’t have access to healthy food, the majority can indeed eat healthy. Just because you don’t have access to the best, doesn’t mean you resort to the worst and make excuses for yourself.

      • Carrie

        Bravo, bianca!

      • smitten

        Bianca, i think i love you!

      • Blech

        Bianca, I don’t go to the gym. I could, but I’d rather use the money on necessities. A gym is not a necessity, it’s actually a luxury. People can move, and move free of charge.

        As for the rest, people can also learn about wholesome nutritious foods and how to fucking cook. I love to cook. Dine out maybe once a week. Don’t drink (unnecessary calories). Don’t smoke. It’s not a matter of loving or hating to cook– you do it because you need to, unless, of course, you decide to become a Raw Vegan, in which case you never have to cook again.

        Finally, I grew up in the inner-city, bodegas fucking everywhere. They still sold fruits, milk, cheeses– basics. There were also Korean produce markets all over the place, because they’re very common. Yes, folks who live or grow up in the kind of neighborhood I grew up in are bigger targets for McDonald’s and Burger KIng and the like. But it is absolutely not impossible to stay healthy, even if you’re poor, even if you grow up in them. We were poor. My mom made a life for all of us with what she had.

      • Blech

        P.S. I have an outdoor job I chose to have. Keeps me at a size 4 or 6. People say I’m skinny all the time, probably because of my height.

      • @Blech, agreed! It’s amazing how we’ve lost so much of our personal responsibility and common sense and have become a culture a self-entitlement. We have become so stupid that we now have to be ‘educated’ to learn that broccoli is healthier than tater tots.
        You’re right, a gym is not a right, it’s a luxury, and even if we were to provide everyone with access to one for free, do you really think they would go? If they can’t get off their ass to walk around the neighbohood, what makes you think they’re gonna make the trek to the gym?

        I’m not sure how old you are and where you grew up exactly, but everytime I would say to someone, that anybody can eat healthy for cheap, they would always tell me there aren’t grocery stores in their bodega. They only have convenient stores and live off those. I had to take their word for it and therefore, I give them more slack.

        I think that the goverment subsidizing wheat and corn and not fruits and veggies is shady and they are making junk food cheap, but guess what? The obesity epidemic has been going on well before the ‘economic downturn’. If there had been a demand from the public to eat healthier, the government would have subsidized heathy food intstead. Now that we’re poorer and fatter and all this junk we demanded is more accessible, everyone is pointing their fat fingers at everyone but themselves.

    • I've got a crush on the GW

      BS excuses. I have two crappy jobs, I’m a full-time student, I have no parents to support me, and I’ve lost 50 pounds in the last 4 months without a dietitian, personal trainer, gym membership or organic foods.

      Processed food is not cheaper than fresh. Fresh veggies, lean meats, whole wheats. It’s really not that hard once you put your mind to it. You can buy a week’s worth of salads for the price of an effing Whopper meal. I WORK at Burger King, I get 50% off, and it’s still cheaper for me to bring my own lunch! I spent about half an hour a day preparing food, I’m sure you have at least that much time in your schedule.

      Just do it. Seriously.

  26. bob

    my hairy bean bag needs to lose weight -

  27. Mila Kunis Weight Loss Glamour
    Commented on this photo:

    She’s right, for the most part. There are medical reasons (aside from the ever popular glandular) that affect a person’s ability to lose weight .. to a point.

    Although too often people say “I’d give anything to lose weight!” when what they should be saying is “I’d give up anything to lose weight!”.

    But Fish totally nailed it. The bigger issue here is quality and price. Food that’s truly good for you is typically priced out of the average person’s budget, while every fast food joint in the world now has dollar menus. Something needs to be done on a larger scale as much as on an individual scale.

  28. seagalisgod

    Love me some Mila.

  29. Jill

    While genetics play a huge role in weight (I think there’s also some
    familyl lifestyle choices that may make it appear genetic as well) and it’s always going to be easier for some, she has a point. I have been pretty chunky before ( i like ot eat my feelings), lost about 40lbs off my 5 foot frame to become kinda scrawny, then put about 20 back on. Each of these weight shift happened over years and all because of my food choices. Also, nowhere does she say that being as small as she is is a GOOD thing, just that everyone can loose weight if they put forth the effort.

    • puttypants

      she also smokes…that helps her stay thin. That’s one of the ugliest unhealthiest habits anyone can have. Her breath must smell like shit and her body and clothes smell rotten so who is she to talk about losing weight when she has such a disgusting habit. If she was so self disciplined she’d quit smoking. So mila should zip it. My God she’s becoming an obnoxious, loud mouth bore. she needs to go to remedial school for manners.

  30. eh i can eat ten lbs a day and never gain an ounce, just exercise a cpl times a week

  31. brian

    healthy food is not expensive. buy some lentils and carrots – they’re incredibly cheap. a lot cheaper than any combo at mcdonalds. people buy food from mcdonalds because it tastes good to them and they prefer it. stop trying to be political because you have no idea what you’re talking about.

    • Lion O

      Yes and add some free salmon to it too… so cheap!

      • Hey, for less than a combo meal I can buy a pound bag of tilapia – and that goes for salmon when it’s on sale, so stuff it. The myth of cheap fast food only extends to $1 tacos as far as I’m concerned.

  32. As an aside to all this, if it was my job to be beautiful, you’re damn right I would spend more time working out and eating healthier. Unfortunately for me, the systems at my work don’t administer themselves, so I put in 8 hours a day at a desk instead of at a gym.

    • Carrie

      You could make the workplace more fun and do jumpy jacks at your cubicle.

    • kimmykimkim

      Iveski, I have a cubicle job too but that’s exactly why I started exercising and eating better. Because I’m pretty young and healthy now, but sitting all day leads to diabetes among other things and I don’t want to lose a leg or my eyesight when I’m older. I try to get up and walk around as much as I can. That also helps that afternoon feeling where you’re so tired that you fall asleep at your computer and dream that your actually working but all you see is thisdhdbdjaksvhhhhhhhhhhhhhh……

    • RJ

      Who said you need to spend 8 hours in a gym? That’s actually bad for you btw…

  33. a fatty

    This… this is true stuff she’s saying. If people get mad at her they can suck my fat rolls. I’m lazy as shit and eat more cheese in a week than she’s probably had in the last year. Science. It works bitches.
    -super lardy

  34. Knippy

    She is right. After becoming disabled I gained a shit ton of weight. For years I thought I couldn’t lose weight because of my meds and my mobility issues. But I can. I did. I lost 65 pounds, through diet and a long painful stint of physical therapy. Hell, most of my exercises are done in my bed, so that’s not really an excuse either. You just have to want it and work for it. It’s hard but, yeah, it is possible.

  35. foamsy

    She’s right obviously. But I don’t actually get what she’s even talking about. DId she used to be fat? Please explain.

    • Unknown

      I think she’s talking about how she had to get super bony for Black Swan. She’s already super skinny but she had to get even skinnier for that movie (so did Natalie Portman)….

  36. I like that she seems to be cheering people on more than putting people down.

    • It’s true. She’s being positive about it, instead of usual, critical “Get off your fat lazy ass, you tub of lard!”… ’cause that’s motivating. Mind you, she’s super-hot, so she could probably tell me to go fuck my mother sideways, and I’d smile and say “Yes, ma’am!”

  37. TomFrank

    You can find the answers to some of those questions about processed and fresh foods in the documentary “Food, Inc.” Not the one about the McRib, though. That…that shit’s a mystery.

  38. Holland

    Meg…sorry….MILA is right

    All that crap like “I gain just by looking at food” or “I can get fat by just drinking water” is complete BS

    Exercise, eat healthy and don’t let calorie intake exceed what you burn. It’s not rocket science

  39. OK

    How can one be “naive in a beautiful way”?

  40. Mila Kunis Weight Loss Glamour
    Commented on this photo:

    One Dirty Sanchez, please, and super-size it!

  41. Bic

    She’s absolutely right. I have an underactive thyroid but I’ll never let myself get fat.

  42. Frank Burns

    Anyone else notice Timberlake is NOT looking at her ass? More grist for the “JT is totally gay” rumor mill.

  43. Robert

    When she actually gained weight and lost it I’ll pay attention to what she’s saying.

    • Oh Hell No

      I agree…. I wanna see what her ass looks like in 15yrs….

    • Frank Burns

      She did lose weight, for the Black Swan role, well below her standard body weight. Now if you told me I’d get to eat a pre-pregnancy Natalie Portman’s cooch like Mila’s movie character did if I lost weight, within a week I’d be damn near invisible.

  44. cc

    ‘“Your body can do everything and anything, you just have to want to do it.”

    I want my penis to reach all the way from here to wherever she happens to be. I really want it.

  45. Mandi

    She’s right. Laziness is a real bitch. There’s no excuse to be fat. Even fat people know it. That’s why they’re depressed… not just ’cause they hate the way they look, but because they won’t change something that makes them miserable.

  46. DP

    I gained 27lbs after I started taking antidepressents for my bi polar disorder. I was effing miserable being fat so I stopped taking them. 15lbs pretty much fell off after that, and I just watch what I eat and make myself throw up after eating things I shouldnt to aid in losing the rest. Im pretty psycho most days but when I asked my husband which one he preferred(me hot & crazy or fat & sane) he chose hot & crazy. I totally agree!

    • SayWhat?

      Wow, that is sad on so many levels..

    • dontlooknow

      Although I never gained any weight after starting treatment for being hot&crazy, I know it happens. (Read the fine print in the side effects paperwork.) But i DID have a weight problem before that; my answer was to become a vegan. That was 20 years ago, and now I’m OLD but still thin. Somewhat hot, definitely crazy…

  47. LJ

    I wonder what one of them “Pick yourself up a Ukrainian Bride” vacations costs nowadays.

  48. Tamera

    I’ll hate her because she’s hot and young, but she is right. If my lazy and fat old ass can get moving, lose 50lbs and start running marathons, then it’s not impossible for anyone else. It’s a matter of what is important to you. Lots of people like to bitch and moan about how they are too busy to eat right or work out, but we all have the same 24 hours in a day. Get off the couch. Make a salad instead of frequenting the drive-through. Turn off the TV and walk around the block. If you’re not willing to make those tiny changes, then stop complaining and go back to being fat and miserable, but I don’t want to hear about how unhappy you are!

  49. Mila Kunis Weight Loss Glamour
    Commented on this photo:

    What the hell would she know about it anyway, we have watched her grow up on TV and so know for a fact that she has never ever had any weight issues at all. There are a lot of different issues that make it very difficult for people to lose weight.
    And for the record it isn’t the pretty part that make women hate each other, it’s these completely retarded statements that they make as if they are experts on a subject that make us hate them.

  50. Mila Kunis Weight Loss Glamour
    Commented on this photo:

    “Stupid Hollywood cunt. What does she know?”

    There! I didn’t want to disappoint anyone!

    Copy&Paste is kewl….

    But seriously, what she says is BASICALLY true, however, not many people have the resources to hire their own personal trainer, who spends countless hours each day working with you, just so that your personal dietician can calculate your required intake for that day, and relay that info to your personal chef, who will prepare you just the right meal to balance all that out, after he has your personal shopper go out and buy just the right foods he needs to prepare that meal…. but you know, yeah, anybody can loose the weight, if they REALLY want to….
    “Stupid Hollywood cunt. What does she know!”

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