If you do a Google search for "Jon Hamm penis," you'll know what we're talking about, though the "Mad Men" star would really prefer it if everyone would refrain from Googling that phrase.
"Would you want people walking up to you and pointing at your dick? I can't believe I'm still talking about this. But I've worn underwear every day of my life and the fact that I'm painted as this exhibitionist is a little annoying," the 43-year-old told Men's Fitness in the magazine's May issue. "It's become a meme, I guess. Being someone who people want to photograph, you have to open yourself up to the positive and negative. It is what it is. If I get mad at it I'll look like a douchebag. But it's silly."
No, seriously, he'd really like you to stop concerning yourself with his penis.
"They're called 'privates' for a reason. I'm wearing pants, for f--k's sake. Lay off," Hamm told Rolling Stone last year, adding that intense scrutiny is one of the drawbacks to fame.
"I mean, it's not like I'm a f--king lead miner. There are harder jobs in the world. But when people feel the freedom to create Tumblr accounts about my c--k, I feel like that wasn't part of the deal," he said.
So, now that we're all going to stop talking about Jon Hamm's penis, he'd like you to focus on more pressing issues, such as why is Justin Bieber such a "shithead"?
"Look at Bieber or whoever. You’re like, 'What the f--k, man? What are you doing? Why?' There's no one telling those people no, and it’s a shame," Hamm told Men's Fitness. "Is there a mom or a dad or a really good friend who can say, 'Hey, shithead!' You see people in the world and you’re like, 'Do you know how a washing machine works? Do you know how to wash a dish?' Life skills are something we’re missing."
Bieber is an easy target these days, but it's not the first time Hamm has put a celebrity on blast.
"Whether it's Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian or whoever, stupidity is certainly celebrated. Being a f--king idiot is a valuable commodity in this culture because you're rewarded significantly," he told Elle U.K. in 2012. "Incuriousness has become cool … It’s celebrated. It doesn’t make sense to me."