These celebs are an­ti­so­cial – and proud of it!

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Jen­nifer Lawrence “I’m not very good on phones or tech­nol­ogy. I can­not re­ally keep up with emails, so the idea of Twit­ter is so un­think­able to me... And if you ever see a Face­book, Twit­ter, or In­sta­gram that says it’s me, it most cer­tainly is not.” Emily Blunt “I’m like a di­nosaur with that stuff, No. 1. But it’s also not re­ally an or­ganic sort of fit for me. I can barely re­mem­ber to text peo­ple back! I also feel that my job is to per­suade peo­ple that I’m some­body else, so if I re­veal too much, then I’m do­ing my job a dis­ser­vice, in a way.” Scar­lett Jo­hans­son “I can’t think of any­thing I’d rather do less than have to con­tin­u­ously share de­tails of my ev­ery­day life.” Jen­nifer Anis­ton [On one time she took over an In­sta­gram ac­count] “I was so stressed out, sweat­ing bul­lets. It was too much pres­sure. For these Kar­dashi­ans, it’s a ca­reer!” Mila Ku­nis “What I do and who I am are two dif­fer­ent things and, to me, it was al­ways re­ally im­por­tant to keep those things sep­a­rate. I don’t want peo­ple think­ing they know me to the point where they feel com­fort­able com­ing in my house with­out be­ing in­vited. For se­cu­rity rea­sons, it just wasn’t worth it. I’d rather have my pri­vacy over any­thing.”

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