Jimmy Kimmel interviews Ben Affleck for Men’s Health

Kimmel: What is the worst thing about getting older?
Affleck: I feel like I’m too young to have as white a beard as I have. I have a full-on fucking Santa Claus white beard. And I’m only 45. There’s that, and then there’s the overall fact that your body has to eat itself and waste away.
Kimmel: For me, it’s having to wear reading glasses and not being able to see menus in restaurants.
Affleck: I’m not at that point, but Matt Damon is. So it’s a nice contrast whenever we go out and order food from a restaurant. Matt’s got to put on the bifocals and peer over his glasses at the menu. I can read it all fine.
Kimmel: What do you see in Matt Damon? Is it that being around him makes you feel smarter?
Affleck: You know, I’ve always … I’ve never been able to put a finger on exactly what it was. But I know there’s something special there.
Kimmel: I know you’re childhood friends. But if you met him today, you’d hate him, right?
Affleck: I don’t know. Maybe. I’m not sure. I think at this point, us old guys have to stick together, you know what I mean?
Kimmel: Not in his case. Do his daughters call you Uncle Ben?
Affleck: Like the rice, yes. Exactly.