"There was stuff printed there that was definitely from a time when I was unaware that it was happening," Aniston said. "I felt those details were a little inappropriate to discuss." Aniston then shook her head in disbelief. "That stuff about how she couldn’t wait to get to work every day? That was really uncool," Aniston said.US Weekly also points to a critical juncture in Vogue's interview with Aniston, during which she asked her interviewer to turn off his tape recorder while priming him for their Jolie discussion. Or something: The exchange is lost to history now, a Nixonesque lapse we can only imagine involved an off-the-record call to her publicist to see if "uncool" sounded any more diplomatic than "utterly beneath contempt, Christ I hate her" or perhaps a brief break to extract the "Bust-Up Clippings, Vol. 4" scrapbook for the type of pinpoint accuracy Vogue's factcheckers demand.
We already know Jennifer Aniston thinks Angelina Jolie's spouse-theft is the very picture of "uncool." But a little context couldn't hurt in understanding the true depth of Aniston's lingering antipathy over her split from Brad Pitt — like that whole part about Jolie's "detailed timeline" of their illicit courtship on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith? Definitely uncool, says Aniston: