Mila Kunis is used to doing countless interviews while in the midst of a promotional tour for an upcoming movie. But we're pretty sure she was NOT expecting this.
The 29-year-old sat down with British superfan Chris Stark of the Scott Mills radio show to discuss her new flick "Oz: The Great and Powerful," but instead, the pair talked about lad bombs, Watford football matches, chicken dishes and "Baywatch."
What's a lad bomb? Well, according to 25-year-old Stark -- whose favorite pastime is heading to the pub with his "boys" Sir Dowser, The Convict and Django the Beast -- a lad bomb is like a Jaeger bomb, except you do a shot of Jaeger into a double vodka Red Bull.
"Oh my God, that sounds like the worst drink ever," Kunis said as the producers behind the scenes were trying to get Stark to "move on." "That's disgusting!" Kunis added.
But Stark didn't stay on that beat for long -- he then asked Kunis if she would join him and the "boys" at chicken restaurant Nando's before heading to a Watford match where they could wear bright yellow jerseys, drink pints and nosh on steak and ale pies.
That's when Kunis confessed that her beer of choice is Blue Moon and that she "can pour a pint with no foam."