Macaulay Culkin Tells All About His 'Warm and Sticky' First Time and His 'Special Lady Friend'
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The former child star opens up about his love life on Anna Faris' "Unqualified" podcast.

Macaulay Culkin isn't home alone anymore, as the former child star spilled about his "special lady friend" in a new interview with Anna Faris.

Appearing as a guest on the actress' "Unqualified" podcast, the now-37-year-old dished on his personal life, alluding to (but never naming) new girlfriend Brenda Song.

"If I say anything about looks, it's vanity. Listen, I would be lying if I didn't say that yeah, looks matter," he said when asked about what qualities he looks for in a romantic partner. "But also like 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. 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."

"She's Asian, so I can make Asian jokes now too, so it's great" he added, which got a little pushback from Faris and her co-host.

Culkin also revealed that he's an avid soup maker and his girlfriend's Valentine's Day present played into his culinary hobby.

"I like spending all day making soup. My lady friend, she just got me a ham for Valentine's Day to bake," he explained. "She knows me man. Bone in and everything." His present to her: "I got her some flowers and a 'Pagemaster' poster," he said, referring to his 1994 film. "Kiss my young face! Hey, I gotta do something, you know. It's better than nothing, am I right kids?"

The candid conversation also touched on Culkin's first time, which he said was "special."

"It wasn't gross or weird. It was, yeah, we planned it," he explained. "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."

Listen to the full interview over at the Unqualified website.

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