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Even if you were too young to have seen Home Alone back in the 90s, it's safe to say that it reigns supreme as the most famous Christmas flick of all time — yes, even more so than A Christmas Story, Bad Santa and especially, freakin' Die Hard. Because of the movie's iconic status, Macaulay Culkin has gained somewhat of a cult following. Sure, he went on to do other things in his acting career, but for most people he will forever be known as the mischievous Kevin McCallister.
That said, what we're about to share with you is definitely a far cry from Macaulay Culkin's Home Alone roots. Unlike his nostalgic and dare we say it, sweet, interview with Jimmy Fallon earlier in the month — which you can see here — his interview with Anna Faris on her podcast, "Anna Faris Is Unqualified" was a bit, erm, disturbing (and that's putting it lightly).
In the clip below, Culkin gets beyond candid about losing his virginity. So much so, that we don't know if we ever want to hear another celebrity sex story again. Well, maybe not all celebrities, but definitely not from Macaulay Culkin.
Just incase you were too busy cringing, no worries. We made sure to transcribe the conversation. You never know when you're going to need a hard copy of how the kid from Home Alone lost his v-card, right? Macaulay Culkin explains:
"It was warm and sticky and I thought like, 'Geez, This is weird. Am I doing it right?' And also we listened to The White Album so there you go. In a nutshell, like, 'Am I doing it right? This is really warm and sticky. So many new smells, what’s going on?' So yes that was me losing my virginity at 15."
Yikes, that was a lot to take in but, hey! Culkin has always been the type of dude to dance to the beat of his own drum. Even if that was way too much information, at least he'll never be accused of being a phony.
All jokes aside, can we just say that it's so awesome to see Macaulay Culkin back on his grind? He lost his way there for a little awhile (as former child stars tend to do) but, it's clear he's got his sh-t together and he's ready to continue pursuing his art. You go, Culkin!
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