Jennifer Aniston claims she's not desperate to have a baby, she says this as she talks to another tabloid about her non-desire to have a baby, which is not a desperate thing to do at all.
I'm not desperate. ha ha do I sound desperate? Did I just say the word baby again? Lol every time I talk about not having a baby I seem less desperate right? Which is what I imagine Jennifer Aniston thinks every time she goes to an interview.
Elle magazine just did their annual "Women in Hollywood" spread with Jen posing for the cover and they round up a bunch of Hollywood ladies and asked them important questions like, what's it like being pretty and is it hard to focus on acting when everyone only cares about your uterus?
Jennifer Aniston sets the record straight on all those pesky pregnancy rumors.
"But it's not what you read. There's no desperation. If it's meant to be, it's meant to be. I'm at peace with whatever the plan is."
So what she's saying is, she wants to get pregnant, but if she doesn't have a baby it's okay, but she does want to, but she's not desperate about it. Key word being, NOT desperate.
Pregnancy rumors started in August when Jen and Justin went to Hawaii together where it was reported that she hired a private chef to cook her meals, which made US weekly think that she was readying her body for pregnancy. "She's detoxifying" said a source. Since when did "detoxifying" mean that someone wants to have a baby?
Another source said that Jen and Justin were seen leaving a doctors office together and since Jen was sucking on a lollipop, some idiot concluded that lollipops were only handed out at gynecologists offices, therefore, Jen and Justin were meeting with her gyno about baby making. Which is the dumbest conclusion ever because you can get lollipops anywhere!
But back to the Elle interview, when the interviewer pressed for more info on her white-hot romance with Justin Theroux she tells the mag, "Will you hate me if I say I don't want to talk about my relationship?"
So that shut down that topic. Aniston revealed in the interview that she once threw a chair at a director. She said the director was treating the script supervisor poorly, so to teach him a lesson she threw a chair at the director.
"I threw a chair at a director. It wasn't my proudest moment. He was treating a script supervisor horribly...When the director walked in, I threw a chair at him. I missed, of course. I was like, 'You can't speak to people like that.' I can't tolerate it."
According to those morals, if you observe someone treating another badly, you do something bad to that person. That's just how they do in Hollyweird.