Do you ever feel like your life is accelerating faster and faster towards a sunset of complete cultural irrelevancy?
That you’re losing grip of what’s happening around you, sinking into the quicksand of routine and tired nostalgia?
What are the kids up to nowadays? There was a time when you couldn’t avoid the zeitgeist if you tried, but now you’re desperately scrabbling to find it.
The only consolation you have is that you’re not the only one. That you’re just as lost and confused as every other human being nearing their sell-by-date. That there’s no shame in being taken off the shelf, as long as you have company.
Jennifer Aniston doesn’t feel like that. Jennifer Aniston uses Bitmojis. You don’t even know what they are.
"I love Bitmojis," Aniston told E Online while promoting her new comedy flick, Mother's Day.
And, she added, "I like to make people's Bitmojis."
Aniston's Mother's Day co-star Jason Sudeikis cracked, "You're an artist!"
"I am," Aniston said. "That's what I'm good at.”
Hey, stop crying. We know you’re confused. These are BitMojis. Memorise them for the next time you have an awkward conversation with your teenage cousin.
But she will not be joining social media anytime soon. "I can't think of anything interesting enough that I would want to put out there...I just text," she said.
"I love me a good emoji," Aniston said.
Because fun questions are fun and we all like having fun, the interviewer then asked Jennifer Aniston to describe her new movie with emojis, as if she didn't have something better to be doing with her time.
"Smiley face, smiley face, smiley face," Aniston said, adding, "And the mwah—the kisses one."
Top quality banter. As we already knew, Jennifer Aniston will never go out of date. And neither will her incredible outfits. The interview is below, if you want to catch a glimpse of her saying things with her face.