Jim Carrey & Jenny McCarthy Share Love Secrets

Jim Carrey & Jenny McCarthy Share Love Secrets

After four years together, lovebirds Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy are still going strong. So what’s their secret to success when it comes to their relationship?

“Communication,” says Jenny, 37, who adds that “nobody has time for mind games.” Anything else? “Being turned on by each other. Being each other’s soul mate.”

The 48-year-old Lemony Snicket star seems to agree with his girlfriend’s take on things, telling People, “When you’re not turned on, there’s generally something to talk about. So, it’s good to listen to that.”

For Jenny, who is mom to 7-year-old son Evan, there is one more very important criteria: “I think a man who is good with children is sexy,” she reveals. “And Jim definitely is. He loves Evan so much.”

The couple, who spent last night hosting the Saturday Night Spectacular poker event in Miami to benefit their autism organization, Generation Rescue, are looking forward to experiencing the next chapter of their lives together: They’ll soon become grandparents when Jim’s daughter Jane welcomes her first child.

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  1. Anonymous

    I’m glad Jenny is continuing to raise money for an organization who supports Andrew Wakefield. Let’s see what the UK General Medical Council said.
    “Dr Andrew Wakefield, the expert at the centre of the MMR controversy, “failed in his duties as a responsible consultant” and showed a “callous disregard” for the suffering of children involved in his research.”
    Wakefield also acted dishonestly and was misleading and irresponsible in the way he described research that was later published in the Lancet medical journal, the GMC said.”
    His Lancet paper was called “utterly false” and retracted by the journal.
    If McCarthy continues to support him, it’s safe to say she doesn’t give a horse’s patootie about children.

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    • Anonymous

      Do you have a child with autism? Have the GMC never been wrong? Why do so many people with autistic children, (including me), support Dr Wakefield? Why is it wrong to ask questions and seek answers and challenge the medical and pharmaceutical professions? Be kinder, be wiser – not everyones life is like yours – have some understanding of this and know that Ms McCarthy has done what a mother SHOULD do for her child!!

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  2. Anonymous

    Sick of couples who feel the need to tell everybody the key to happiness after just a couple of years. Most couples can do four years standing on their heads; come back when you’ve got a decade in and we’ll talk.

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