The actress, who played Rachel Green on the NBC series, dished on The Graham Norton Show about the possibility of a Friends reunion, and pitched her own idea for the show's concept.
"At this point, I feel honestly we should just wait," Aniston, 45, said of a reunion.
"I say we just wait until we're really much older and be just Golden Friends," she said, brilliantly referencing Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia of the Golden Girls. "Then you won't have the comparisons, the like, 'Oh, look at Joey! What happened to them?'"
Taking the joke even farther, Aniston quipped they could make a "Dead Friends" as "then we'll know there's no reunion to have."
If Rachel, Monica, Joey, Phoebe, Ross, and Chandler ever do get back together, Aniston will likely look much different from her first few seasons of the show, as she will not be rocking her trademark "Rachel" hairdo. She spoke about the iconic style to Norton, confirming that the haircut was far from her favorite — and that her stylist wasn't quite thinking clearly when he gave her the chop.
"Chris McMillan, who we all know and love, he was loaded when he gave me the haircut," Aniston said. "Stoned out of his mind. This is true. He didn't think about like, 'Oh, she's gonna have to do this herself. I'm having a great time being creative with this blow-dryer.' Then he leaves me with a round brush and a hairdryer and I don't know how to make it look like that!"
"I wouldn't say hell cause there are worse things than that, you know," she added. "Hair hell."
It's been a particularly nostalgic time for Friends fans. The show recently hit the 10-year anniversary of its final episode, and Netflix announced just last month that all ten seasons of the show will be coming to the streaming service on Jan. 1, 2015.
Watch Aniston discuss her reunion plans and The Rachel in the video above!