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Creepy or Comedy? Jim Carrey's Video Love Note to Emma Stone

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He's almost 50, and she's just a bit more than barely legal at 22, so is that what makes Jim Carrey's video "love note" to actress Emma Stone more creepy than comedy? For your video lunch, a chance to see the video if you haven't already.

Carrey says the video, in which he professes his love for the redheaded beauty and suggests that if he were younger he'd like to marry her and have kids with her, is part of a comedy routine. But is he serious? Well, yes...sort of. Carrey says everything he said is true, and that's "the funniest part" of the whole video bit. Err, okay.