Ashton Kutcher denounces his own gross manwhoring

Mar 5, 2014 at 4:27 p.m. ET

Ashton Kutcher regrets his time spent sowing his wild oats and is ready to settle down with Mila Kunis.

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Mistakes, he's made a few — but it sounds like maybe Ashton Kutcher has finally learned a valuable lesson.

His marriage to Demi Moore fell apart after he was busted cheating on the actress with a much younger woman on the night of his sixth wedding anniversary, and now the Two and a Half Men star says that being a manwhore really isn't all it is cracked up to be.

"Being a single guy can be a lot of fun… when you're financially independent [and] can do whatever you want, whenever you want," Kutcher said in an interview with Men's Fitness magazine.

"For every girl you have a good time with for one night, if you want to stay single, that's the same girl that you have to not call back.

"After a while, being the one-night-stand guy is also just a little gross," he added.

No doubt Mila Kunis is happy to hear his change of heart — the couple of two years is reportedly engaged, and Kunis was seen flashing a very large diamond at a Lakers game Tuesday night.

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Kutcher and Kunis met on the set of That '70s Show when the actress was just 14 years old. He wed Moore in 2005 and the couple split in 2011. Their divorce dragged on for two years until being finalized in November 2013 — and within just a couple of months he popped the question to Kunis.

Their engagement isn't the only way the pair is deepening their partnership: Kunis is set to make a guest appearance on Men, playing a woman who throws a monkey wrench into Kutcher's character's planned proposal to his girlfriend.

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