"And I had to do chemistry and he was better at chemistry than I was so he'd help me with my chemistry homework and when I was grounded he would drive me home." Asked how their romance began, Kunis said it was supposed to be a casual, friends-with-benefits arrangement, before pointing out: "I don't even know If I'm supposed to tell this story - I might get in trouble for this, well, whatever."We ran into each other out and about at an awards show. And he's really tall and I'm like, who's that tall guy?

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The actress also shared that there was absolutely no romance between them "Here's the crazy part, and I say this and nobody believes me.

I never looked at him as somebody that was good looking," Kunis said.

She added: "I never looked at him as somebody that wasn't.

I just was like, here's a guy that I'm working with for eight years and he's really smart.

If you recall Fox's “That ‘70s Show,” you might be surprised to learn that co-star Ashton Kutcher has gone on to become a major technology investor, with investments in Skype, Foursquare, Uber and Airbnb under his belt.

After all, the star of movies like “Dude, Where’s My Car?” and the MTV prank show “Punk’d” doesn't seem like the kind of guy who'd wind up being a successful venture capitalist in the tech space.Actress Mila Kunis, who is married to actor Ashton Kutcher, says they started seeing each other for casual fun, adding that they used to tell each other about the other people they were seeing.Kunis, who also has daughter with Kutcher, opened up about her personal life when she appeared in "The Howard Stern Show", read a statement.The pair worked together for eight years on the series "That '70s Show", which is currently airing in India on FX channel.Kunis was 14 when she got the show, while Kutcher was 19.