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

By: The Superficial / August 10, 2011

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.”

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