Jennifer Aniston gave the middle finger to COVID-19 in a new Instagram post

By Ale Russian
May 07, 2020 03:31 PM

Jennifer Aniston is ready for the COVID-19 pandemic to end now.

The actress posted a throwback shot of herself giving the middle finger, presumably to a photographer, alongside a funny caption asking for the pandemic to be over.

"Dear Covid...⁣You can kindly F@!k off now thank you BYE 👋🏼🖕🏼☹️ TBT," Aniston wrote alongside the picture.

It seems Aniston has been growing a little bored while adhering to stay-at-home orders in California.

While chronicling yet another day at home this week, the Morning Show actress, 51, gave her millions of followers a look at the not-so-exciting task she was doing to keep herself busy.

The star filmed herself watching her laundry spin around on Wednesday, accompanied to Tyga and Curtis Roach’s song “Bored in the House."

Actress Jennifer Aniston attends Apple TV+'s "The Morning Show" world premiere at David Geffen Hall on October 28, 2019 in New York City.
Jennifer Aniston
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In addition to taking a moment to thank nurses for all the work they've done throughout the coronavirus pandemic, later in the day, she also took one of her dogs outside for a walk. Showing off her playful side, she scored the excursion to the song “Dog” from the animated children’s series Big Block Singsong.

Although staying at home may be boring at times, Aniston previously said that she wasn’t finding it too difficult to manage.

"I’m a born agoraphobe. This is kind of a dream," Aniston joked in early April, during a virtual appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "Not a dream, it’s obviously a nightmare. But, me personally, it’s not been that much of a challenge."

"The most challenging thing is watching news and trying to digest [everything] that’s going on out there," she added.

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