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If you ever wanted to watch Andrew Garfield and Stephen Colbert make out, you’re in luck

Apparently straight guys have figured out what straight girls have known for years: making out with someone of the same sex is a great way to get attention.

On last night’s The Late Show, Andrew Garfield — no relation to the cat — was pressed on his lip-lock with Ryan Reynolds at the Golden Globes. “You kind of stole focus,” Colbert said. “What was the story there?”

“I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him whether he won or lost,” Garfield said.

“And you’re very comfortable kissing another man,” Colbert said.

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“I mean, I don’t even understand the question,” said Garfield.

“I’m totally comfortable with it too,” said Colbert.

“All right,” said Garfield, leaning in, and then they make out.

Just to be clear, this isn’t fanfic — it’s a thing that actually happened. The men look a little stunned afterwards. “What were we talking about?” said Colbert. From there, the interview gets very serious and is about acting and religion.

So, that’s nice. We’d almost run out of straight guys to put on gay magazine covers, so it’s always good to replenish the stock.

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