Jennifer Aniston Still Into Brad Pitt?

Jennifer Aniston admits she hasn’t erased the cassette tape that holds recorded messages from former husband Brad Pitt.

Jennifer Aniston

The actress, who turns 40-year-old on February 11, appears on the cover of Marie Claire March issue along with her He’s Just Not That into You co-stars Drew Barrymore and Ginnifer Goodwin.

In an interview accompanying the cover story, the three ladies recall how they would run home and check the answering machine.

She revealed:”I still have the cassette tapes of messages from my first boyfriend, my second boyfriend, my husband [Brad Pitt]. . . It’s like saving love letters.”

Other highlights of the interview:

What’s the first thing you do after a breakup? She said: “I don’t eat a lot. I go straight to my girlfriends, though.”

But don’t we sometimes want our friends to lie to us? She revealed: “Actors are in the worst position, because you’re surrounded by “yes” people. We’re all frightened of telling the truth to each other. We’re afraid of being seen as demanding. But I think it’s sexy — for a woman to say, “Here’s the deal: I want this, this, and this. If you can’t give it, cool. But that’s it.”

When you’re in the public eye, do you think it’s harder to trust? She continued: “Trust is a really hard thing to gain — and give — and earn from somebody. I think people get so afraid to be themselves, of not being accepted by the other person, like, “If I tell the truth, that person’s gonna run.” Trusting is something I work on.”

You all have, um, colorful dating pasts. If you weren’t celebrities, how would you choose to meet men? She responded: “I’d have to be dragged out to places. Well, like I am now.”

No match site? No Facebook? She replied: “No, no, no. The Internet freaks me out. The Internet warps reality. If you’re an Internet person, real life will fall short of what you have been privy to online — sexually, emotionally. It’s so unreal and gives you this sense of order where there isn’t any. You can’t drag and paste life!”

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