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Friends Fan Notices Jennifer Aniston's Vocal Tick At The Beginning Of Every Line

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Friends Fan Notices Jennifer Aniston's Vocal Tick At The Beginning Of Every Line

Friends fans, BE WARNED. What we are about to tell you might very well ruin the sitcom forever more.

You know when you hear something and you can't un-hear it? Well, that's what happened to someone on TikTok when they were watching Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green - and now he's shared his discovery with the world.

Answering the question: "What is a trope in media that once you saw it you could not unsee?', TikTokker @cts.trphe said: "So technically this isn't a trope but what I'm about to say is going to ruin your life, especially if you are a big fan of the show Friends.

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"If you are a big fan of the show, I'm begging you, scroll away, because I'm going to ruin your life."

He went on to divulge: "Jennifer Aniston has this vocal tic that she does at the beginning of every single sentence that she starts on any show that she's in.

"It's very specific and it's very hard to unsee once you notice it."

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Queue a montage of Jennifer clearing her throat before literally everything she says.

Aaaagh. How had we never noticed this before?!

Fans noticed the Rachel Green habit after the TikTok pointed it out (Credit: Warner Bros)
Fans noticed the Rachel Green habit after the TikTok pointed it out (Credit: Warner Bros)

"I'VE BEEN WAITING FOR SOMEONE TO TALK ABOUT THIS," someone wrote in the comments after watching the clip.

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While another penned: "Omg! Why didn't I listen to you and scroll on? I'll never unsee it".

A third cheekily schemed: "I'm going to ruin my sister's day".

There were others that were less shocked by the revelation, though.

Will you ever un-hear this? (Credit: Warner Bros)
Will you ever un-hear this? (Credit: Warner Bros)
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"Bruh she's...acting she does it when the character/ situations are awkward," wrote one less convinced TikTok user.

While another wrote: "I always thought it was on purpose".

"I noticed this a long time ago but tbh I always loved it," another argued. "Makes the character real".

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros

Topics: TV News, TV & Film, TV Entertainment, Friends

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