Ashton Kutcher is still as much in love with his fiance Mila Kunis as he has ever been, and he made it clear that a major part of that love is their sex life. In a speech at a Tech event, he interjected,
"I get to have sex with her, it's amazing. .. I have sex with the queen of humanity, it's pretty fun."
He added the last in reference to Mila's role in new movie, Jupiter Ascending. He also gushed about their 4-month-old daughter, Baby Wyatt.
"She's beautiful. This kid – I'm freaking out… It's new but it never gets old."
When a baby began crying in the audience, he adds;
"It's okay, baby, it's okay, I'm sorry. That's like a flash[back] – I want to go home … Let the baby cry, I'm used to it. It's fine."
Kutcher went on to talk about dumb questions, and great questions, exceptional and thoughtful questions. He said hollywood journalists often asked actors dumb questions that are never related to the movies they appear in, and rather ask about what they are wearing. He then quoted from some of his celebrity friends on their best piece of advice. First he got one from Mila Kunis:
"Don't let your ego get in the way of asking for help."
From Taylor Swift:
"Keep your hopes high and your expectations low. You are not entitled to anything but there is nothing that you can't earn. And most importantly, enthusiasm can protect you from absolutely anything."
From Bradley Cooper:
"Hey pal, thanks for asking. You know often I thought about this old cartoon commercial when I was a kid that sent the message to 'Be yourself.' And just how vital that is to growth. And when I finally realized that notion, some 30 years after watching those commercials between Saturday cartoons, I found a true difference in my daily life. Knowing that we all have ourselves and all we have is ourselves – our uniqueness – that is what we can use to cultivate in order to create or do whatever it is that we want to do in this life."
From Chris Rock:
"1. People that can't listen can't lead. 2. One of the keys to success is the ability to listen to people that you know you are smarter than."
From Eric Schmidt:
Always return phone calls. Take the time. If you put good energy out, it comes back. Whenever possible, say yes. Life is just who you travel with.
And from Ashton Kutcher thimself:
"The number one piece of advice I ever received is that there is no substitution for hard work," he said. "The second thing: Being smart is incredibly sexy." The third thing, said Kutcher, is the importance of generosity. "Is it good for you, is it good for me and is it good for the greater good?"
Watch the video below... Ashton's speech starts from 1.25.00