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Dwayne Johnson Tells The Story Of How He Lost His Virginity & It’s A Good One

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(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson may run for President of the United States in 2020 (alongside Tom Hanks). But before that, he’s not done being the all around awesome and hilarious dude-bro that he is. That’s why his appearances on Saturday Night Live and the handful of interviews he’s doing to promote Baywatch have been so damn entertaining. He’s a naturally charismatic individual, obviously, but this recent promotional appearance may take the cake.

Speaking to Elle, Johnson regaled his adoring public with the story of how he lost his virginity. Yes, I’m 100% serious.

Speaking of sexiness, tell me about losing your virginity. Would you have done anything differently?

Um…I wouldn’t have been so good at it? I mean, where do you go after that.… [Laughs]

Yes, we know you’re the absolute pinnacle of humanity, Rock. You don’t have to rub it in.

That’s the A side to the answer. Now the B side to that is — I would not have been in a park. I would have preferred not to have been caught by the cops.

That really happened?

Yes, my friend. We shouldn’t have been in the park in the first place. All of a sudden, a big spotlight came on us. Bang. You hear the cop roll down the window and say, “Ma’am, are you okay? Will you come to the car?” She gets dressed, comes to the car. They say, “Are you being attacked?” She says, “No, that’s my boyfriend.” It was a complete nightmare. [Laughs] Some stories are beautiful, but mine was not.

This may very well be the first think The Rock has ever done that normal everyday schmucks like you and I can relate to. Embarrassment? Humiliation? Frustration? Johnson isn’t an immortal god taking a human-life length sabbatical on Earth after all!

But what about that whole President thing?

It’s something that I gave my word that I would consider. We’ve had a lot of internal conversations, and I have a great team around me that continues to grow. I have a lot of friends in politics on both sides. And as the people continue to respectfully inquire about it, I’ll respectfully consider it.

Screw it, we’re in.

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