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Mark Wahlberg Explains How His Foul-Mouthed Teddy Bear Has Sex in 'Ted'

June 28, 2012 03:36:13 GMT

While Wahlberg says Ted loves to use its lips and tongue, Seth MacFarlane dishes that the raunchy doll likes to use vegetables depend on 'what kind of imagination you have.'


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Since fans have been questioning how a Teddy Bear could have sex in "Ted", the film's lead actor Mark Wahlberg takes some time to answer it. Discussing the subject with MTV, Wahlberg reveals that his foul-mouthed inanimate co-star would rather use its lips and tongue than use any "tool."

"Well, he does a lot with the lips and tongue. A lot," Wahlberg says. "Almost to the point that he's definitely going to get tongue cancer," he jokes before adding, "Yeah, he's a freak. He does freaky things with vegetables... He's a wild one, that boy."

On the other hand, Seth MacFarlane who voices the raunchy bear in the film has his own opinion on how the troublesome doll has sexual intercourse. "We haven't ever really explained that. There's a scene where you see him having sex with [girlfriend] Tammy-Lyn in the back of the grocery store," says the "Family Guy" creator.

"We don't explain what's going on in there," he adds. "They are in a grocery store, there is a lot of produce and vegetables available, which, depending on what kind of imagination you have, could be a part of the process. I like to keep it sort of vague."

Mila Kunis, who plays Wahlberg's girlfriend, chimes in as saying that the titular bear might have done some "dry hump." She states, "Kids these days like to do what I think is called 'dry hump', so maybe the bear does that. He uses tools."

"Ted" follows Massachusetts-born John (Wahlbreg), a grown man who must deal with his Teddy Bear which comes to life as a result of a childhood wish. John refuses to leave his childish side ever since. Directed and written by MacFarlane, the R-rated comedy film will arrive in theaters across the U.S. on June 29.

Wahlberg recently gushed that starring opposite an animated Teddy Bear was easier than a real actor. "It's easier than working with another actor," the 41-year-old thesp told New York Daily News. "Actors are a pain in the a**. With a Teddy Bear, there are no ego problems and you only need one take."

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