Jennifer Aniston fessed up on Jimmy Kimmel's late night show that she has in fact tasted Jimmy Kimmel's wife Molly McNearney's breast milk. Jennifer made the shocking admission of imbibing Mrs. Kimmel's breast milk during a Wednesday night appearance on the show, and further admitted that she thinks it tastes good. In fact, Aniston described it as tasting "coconut-milky."
Aniston made the surprising revelation while promoting her new movie "Life of Crime" on Jimmy's chat show, according to US Weekly on Aug. 29. This was in stark contrast to her character's freaked-out reaction on "Friends", when Rachel found out Joey and Phoebe tasted breast milk during an episode from 20 years ago.
Of course this is merely a microcosm of society's view on the matter in general. Some people find drinking another woman's breast milk repulsive, while others see it as a perfectly natural phenomenon.
So the debate goes on. Certain new mothers even hire wet nurses to breast feed their own babies. Some do it for convenience while others do it out of necessity.
Jen explained to Jimmy that it's like the one milk you don't have to feel guilty about drinking. The 45-year-old actress told Kimmel that that dairy is "OK."
On Wednesday night's show, Kimmel told Aniston that he didn't know whether she wanted him to mention the controversial occurrence. He followed that up by misspeaking that Jennifer had breastfed his wife.
Aniston promptly corrected the host saying that she didn't breastfeed his wife, his wife breastfed her. That's when she added that the taste is sweet, and almost coconut-milky.
Squeamish groans from the audience then prompted the actress to plead with them, "Come on, someone must've tasted breast milk in this audience?" Aniston then further revealed that not only is she not queasy about drinking breast milk, but she's also completely okay with witnessing live births.
Jen said she's she has been to many of her girlfriends' baby deliveries, according to E! News. "I think it's extraordinary....It's a miracle."
No word on whether the milk was expressed, or Jennifer drank straight from the tap. So where do you stand on drinking another woman's breast milk? Whip it out, or get that thing away from me?