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A fan of the cult series ‘Friends’ noticed that Rachel, played by Jennifer Aniston, has a really annoying habit. The curious discovery quickly went viral.

We warn you that once you watch it, the series will never be the same for you. TikTok user @ cts.trphe revealed that Aniston always clears her throat before starting a dialogue.

“This is going to ruin your life, especially if you are a big fan of the Friends series,” commented the netizen.

He added that this phenomenon is supposedly due to a kind of vocal tic suffered by the Hollywood actress. “He does it at the beginning of each of the sentences, in any show,” he stressed.

@cts.trphe

##stitch with @sheherzog I meeeeEEEAN come ON! ##friends ##rachel ##HealthyCooking ##ClassicCatch ##fyp ##foryoupage

♬ original sound – cts.trphe

The young man also shared some of the examples of the Friends star’s bad habit: And here we present another compilation published by a YouTube user in 2019:

Back then, the netizen recounted that Aniston cleared her throat more than 200 times throughout the series, which aired between 1994 and 2004.

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