17 December 2008

Jen - People Magazine

Há poucos dias do lançamento mundial de seu novo trabalho nos cinemas, o longa “Marley & Me”, Jennifer Aniston respondeu as perguntas enviadas aos leitores da revista “People” e falou sobre homens e a chegada dos 40 anos. “Estou muito empolgada. Tive mais pânico quando fui fazer 30 anos. Com o tempo você percebe que as coisas melhoram com a idade. Quando dizem que os jovens desperdiçam a juventude, é verdade. Oh meu deus eu gostaria de saber isso quando eu tinha 30”, contou a atriz que completa 39 anos em fevereiro. A atriz, que voltou a circular com o músico John Mayer após o fim do namoro em agosto, confessou o que mais odeia nos homens. “Egoísmo. E um péssimo hábito? Eu diria que esquecer de apagar as luzes”, brincou a atriz. “Aprendi que quando você começa a sair com alguém logo no terceiro encontro você pode garantir que estará grávida de gêmeos”, contou Aniston, quando perguntada sobre a repercussão de seus encontros amorosos na mídia.
It's been a big year for Jennifer Aniston: A new home in Beverly Hills, a new boyfriend (musician John Mayer) and a new comedy, Marley & Me, which hits theaters Christmas day. The Hollywood star sat down with PEOPLE to answer questions submitted by readers about life, love, finding happiness – and canine jealousy. How did your dogs [Norman and Dolly] react to your Marley costars? Was there any intense jealousy? "Oh, play it for me! Dolly didn't travel to Miami because she is too young at 2 ½, and to put her in a trailer didn't seem fair. All Norman wants to do is just lie at my feet, which is what I like. [The trainers] were strict about letting the Marleys play with other dogs. But there was no jealousy because Norman is very secure. Norman is now 13, but even back [as a puppy] he was as cool as a cucumber. He's just a person in a dog suit." Do you think you will remarry? "I don't know! I honestly don't know. I'm not against it. Maybe (smiles). Maybe, sure." What have you learned from dating [in the public eye? "(Laughs) That if you start to date somebody, by the third date, you can guarantee I'll be pregnant with twins." What's your favorite yoga pose? "I'm so terrible with names … Child pose. And it's a mix between that and Tree pose. [Tree] has good balance and I like how it feels." What bad habit do you dislike the most in a man? "Janet, let's see, selfishness. No, that's a behavior. What's a bad habit? I'd say forgetting to turn off the lights." Do you carry on any of your childhood holiday traditions? What are some you've created for yourself? "My favorite tradition is picking out my tree and then the tree trimming. I just got mine! And there's eggnog, Christmas carols, usually chili, cupcakes. I've cooked the chili – my mom has a great recipe. But now I have a lovely lady cook it because I want people to be happy!" Are you looking forward to turning 40? "I'm very excited. I had more of a panic going into 30. I think you realize that it just gets better. When they say youth is wasted on the young, it's so true. Oh my God, what I wish I'd known when I was 30!" When you're having a bad day, what inspires you? "You just have to love your life. I have my health, I have my friends, I have my loved ones. I'm extremely lucky."

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