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"See! He's her lobster." Rumours that Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer are dating are swirling on the internet and, naturally, many Friends fans are freaking out on social media.

Talk that a possible romance could be brewing between the famous duo began circling after Friends: The Reunion, during which real-life Rachel Green and Ross Geller admitted they'd previously had a crush on one another.

Now, several months later, an unnamed source reportedly told Closer that Aniston and Schwimmer had been spending an increasing amount of time together.

"After the reunion, it became clear that reminiscing over the past had stirred up feelings for both of them and that chemistry they'd always had to bury was still there," the source said. "They began texting immediately after filming and, just last month, David flew from his home in New York to see Jen in LA."

According to the report, Aniston has been cooking dinner for Schwimmer in her home and the duo had even visited a vineyard together.

While Schwimmer has already reportedly denied any rumours of romance, Friends fans across the globe have taken to Twitter to react to the hearsay with memes, memes and more memes.

Rumours of a romance between the former co-stars come as Aniston has been speaking openly about cutting people out of her life based on their COVID-19 vaccination status. The 52-year-old told her fans, "We have to care about more than just ourselves here."

Regardless of whether Ross and Rachel are actually dating in real life, it's nice to dream about The One Where They Actually End Up Together (even if they don't really.)

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