Macaulay Culkin got about as candid as one can be when he appeared on Anna Faris’ podcast and described the “warm and sticky” experience of losing his virginity at age 15.
“It wasn’t gross or weird. It was, yeah, we planned it,” he explained during his appearance on “Anna Faris is Unqualified”.
“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,” added the former child star. “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.”
Culkin, 37, also opened up about the “special lady friend” in his life, albeit without mentioning rumoured girlfriend Brenda Song (“Pure Genius”, “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody”) by name.
“I’m with a lady right now and she is like so good to me that they feel like blows. Like, she just does nice things and I feel like I’m almost like, at first I didn’t know how to be treated well in that kind of way,” Culkin told Faris. “It was a strange, almost foreign kind of concept. That kind of thing, that was important to me and now I realized, ‘oh it is important to me as well.'”
He added: “She’s Asian, so I can make Asian jokes now too, so it’s great.” Faris and her co-host Sim Sarna, by the way, did not think it was okay for him to make Asian jokes.
Culkin also revealed his unusual culinary hobby: “I like spending all day making soup,” he said. “My lady friend, she just got me a ham for Valentine’s Day to bake. She knows me, man. Bone in and everything.”
In return, Culkin “got her some flowers and a ‘Pagemaster’ poster,” he said, referring to his 1994 fantasy film. “Kiss my young face! Hey, I gotta do something, you know. It’s better than nothing, am I right kids?”
You can listen to the entire podcast right here.