Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher's New Plans Could Ruin Their Relationship

mila and ashtonThere is no denying it: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are one incredibly cute couple. Whenever they are spotted together -- and that's a lot -- they always seem so happy. And it's nice to think that the onetime That '70s Show costars started off as friends before becoming lovers. Everyone knows that is the best foundation a romance can have. However, the latest news about the pair could have fans worried that the end may be near.


The newly engaged duo is planning to reunite on the small screen once again. This time Mila will be guest starring on Ashton's CBS hit Two and a Half Men. All we can say to that is SERIOUSLY BAD IDEA.

According to Us Weekly, she will pay a beautiful, free-spirited traveler named Vivian who pops up on Walden's doorstep. He instantly falls for her and wants to propose. There's just one problem -- he was already planning to propose to someone else. Of course, I am sure the show's usually hilarious hijinks will ensue.

And while this may have seemed like a fun, cute idea, it just may be a relationship killer. Couple time is good. Too much couple time is always a disaster. And this pair spends a crazy amount of time together already. You rarely even see them grabbing coffee without the other in tow. But this is a problem that many couples make. At first, it seems romantic to be together 24/7. Let me just tell you -- the novelty of that wears off pretty quickly.

Every couple needs space. That whole notion of absence making the heart grows stronger also applies to little breaks during the day. The most successful couples allow themselves to miss one another. Working together, as well as doing everything else together, kills the chances of that.

After finally making a commitment, it would be sad to see them get sick of one another. Take note Ashton, Mila, and any other couple considering working together -- smothering it will take the life out of anything!

Do you think couples should work together?


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