Wait, Did Jennifer Aniston Just Say She Had A Foursome On A Plane?
This article was written by Markham Heid and provided by our partners at Men's Health.
Recently on Ellen, Jennifer Aniston slyly admitted during a game of “Never Have I Ever” that she’d joined the Mile-High Club . . . in the plane’s cockpit . . . with the pilot . . . and the co-pilot . . . and a flight attendant.
Now, we love Aniston. Our friends at Men's Health even placed her at the top of their list of the 100 Hottest Women Of All Time.
But frankly, we’re a little dubious of her claim. It just seems too outlandish to be plausible.
Consider the geometry of this scenario. A plane’s cockpit may be a bit roomier than its bathroom, but cramming in four people—and cramming those four people into each other—would require some grandmaster-level Tetris skills.
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Maybe—maybe—we could see this happening if the plane were on the ground. But at 30,000 feet? That’s pretty unlikely.
Not that the prospect of sex with multiple partners is farfetched. According to a study in the Archives Of Sexual Behavior, 24 percent of men aged 18 to 24—and 8 percent of women in the same age group—say they’ve already had a mixed-gender ménage a trois.
And in the same study, 31 percent of women said they’d be open to the idea. (Discover The Right Way to Make a Threesome Happen—or at least test the waters.)
Meanwhile, sex in the sky may be even more doable. Waiting until mid-flight and starting with some in-your-seats foreplay are two of the 5 Ways to Pull Off Great Mile-High Sex.
Just know that if you sneak off to the cockpit, Jen and her friends may already be there.