Apparently Ashton Kutcher's got a potty mouth because his daughter's picking it up

Aug 2, 2016 at 9:55 p.m. ET
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Mila Kunis may be playing a bad mom in her new movie, but her husband, Ashton Kutcher, is practicing “bad parenting” in real life. Kutcher posted a selfie to his Instagram today that showed him trying not to laugh at his daughter’s dirty mouth.

Under his photo, Kutcher wrote, “When you 22 month old drops and f bomb and it is (not funny) except it's really funny and you can't laugh. #baddads #badmoms”


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Let’s stop for a second and acknowledge his sly way of promoting his wife and her new movie Bad Moms. These two are the cutest couple ever.

I have to admit, it’s a little weird to see Kutcher in the dad role. I’m so used to seeing him as the Punk’d host or being a goofball in any of his movies. But this post proves he hadn’t lost his sense of humor about everything since having his daughter.


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Even if it’s strange for all his fans to imagine him as a dad, Kunis says he’s a natural. On her recent stop by The Talk, she gushed about how he is literally the perfect dad and husband. She said, "He's a Midwestern boy and his dad is a carpenter, so he makes things. You know, I don't really have a plumber or handyman. I have a husband, and so like, I have a genuine ‘honey-do list' for the weekend, where I'm like, 'This is a bad drawer,' 'Figure this out,' 'This door is squeaky.'"

She also explained that he wanted his handy work to be used to baby proof the house. She said, “He didn't want baby gates, he didn't want the metal gates, plastic gates. He's like, ‘I'm going to build the baby gates.' And he can do it; he just takes a very long time… One baby gate took six months. We needed four. I was like, 'We don't have time.' I was like, ‘It's beautiful, this is a work of art babe, but we need four.'"

See? The perfect guy. Well, except for the disciplinarian thing. But we can forgive him for that. Because, really, when is a toddler dropping the f-bomb not funny?

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