Man, oh man, did Jennifer Aniston give fans of Chelsea Handler's Chelsea Lately a show this week. First there was Jen getting all verklempt over her engagement to Justin Theroux. Then there were Jen's nipples.
What, you missed those? How in the heck could you have? They were both there, fully at attention! I'm not sure what this says about me (although I'm sure the Internet will be happy to let me know), but when I saw the little clip of Aniston tearing up, I was completely distracted by her girls.
I said distracted, not attracted. Get your minds out of the gutter y'all, and take a look:
See!? We're not the only ones. Chelsea made a big point of pointing out Jen's points to the audience. The actress got all red faced, natch:
But ladies, I just don't get it.
I mean, I'm a lady. I understand what it means to get cold. What I don't understand is how the Jennifer Anistons of the world haven't figured this whole process out yet. Shouldn't she (they?) know by now how to prevent this?
We know Jen has let us see her girls at full salute a time or two in the past, so it may just be this is the way she rolls. But if she doesn't mind a little attention for being at attention, why get so red faced about it when Chelsea brought it up? And why does this keep happening?
I'm not just talking Jen (who I should note I adore ... this is not some team Brangelina mean girl thing coming out). We seem to have returned to an era of nipple pronouncement not seen since the '60s when our moms were off burning their bras.
Nipples are EVERYWHERE.
The gym. The park. The grocery store. The TV ...
Either women don't care about showing them off nowadays or they're too lazy to do something about it. Considering the general state of dress you see out and about (really ladies, pajamas in public?), it may be the latter.
Either way, I'd like to see it end. Now. At least, can you throw on a bra or slip some duct tape on there before you hit the grocery store? I don't really need to get a clear shot of your nips when I'm trying to find a ripe watermelon.
Does it bother you when your nipples are playing peek-a-boo? What about when you're seeing it on someone else?
Image via Chelsea Lately/YouTube