Does the Famous ‘Friends’ Google Trick Still Work for Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Matthew Perry and Others?

Published 10/21/2023, 8:21 AM EDT

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In 1994, Marta Kauffman and David Crane gave the world one of the greatest gifts of Friends. They both decided to treat the audience with a beautiful, heartwarming, and funny story represented by 6 iconic characters. Now, even 19 years after the show’s completion, it still is relevant to various generations for different reasons. The show has fun, laughter, love, heartbreak, friendship, and much more. Therefore, it is timeless in many ways. One of the reasons is the Google trick that marked the celebration of Friends’ 25th anniversary.

The search engine paid tribute to the show on its anniversary with a hilariously beautiful trick. Does it still work if you use it?

Does the Google trick for Friends still work for the characters?

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When fans excitedly enjoyed the giant and overwhelming reunion of the Friends cast on its 25th anniversary, Google paid tribute to the show with this cute little trick. So, if you type any character’s name on the search bar, the knowledge panel will showcase their signature items. Interestingly, if you click on those icons, you will also find them in action to make you smile a little wider. Surprisingly, the trick still works. 

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If you need to take some time off of your hectic schedule to relax, you should type any of the character’s names on Google, i.e. Chandler Bing, Joey Tribbiani, Monica Geller, Rachel Green, Ross Geller, and Phoebe Buffey. For Chandler, it is his comfy chair and his duck and chick. If you click on the chair, the duck and chick will pop up on your screen. On the other hand, for Joey, of course, food items will scream, “Joey doesn’t share food,” if you click on his icon.

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Monica obviously has her cleaning materials to keep things neat and clean. And Ross has a surprising icon, which is a sofa. It brings a scary feeling when you touch Ross’ sofa because his voice shouts “Pivot!” while tilting the screen as well. However, Rachel’s icon is as iconic as her character throughout the sitcom, which is her remarkable hair. Did you know her hairstyle inspired millions of women, including celebrities, to get the Rachel Hair Cut?

Who did follow the Rachel Cut after Jennifer Aniston from Friends?

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Jennifer Aniston’s mesmerizing character, Rachel Green, has many amazing qualities that make fans fall in love with her. But her exemplary haircut throughout the series quickly became a phenomenon. It became a huge trend and people started recognizing the cut as The Rachel Cut. Apart from common people, celebrities like Salena Gomes, Haily Bieber, Cameron Diaz, and many more got the same haircut.

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Surprisingly, despite setting a huge trend, The Morning Show actress actually did not like that specific hairstyle. Nevertheless, she successfully set the trend that fans still follow and love. Well, it became so iconic that it became her character’s Google Trick icon. Talking about the iconic symbol for the characters, it goes without saying that Phoebe Buffay has a guitar that sings ‘Smelly Cat’ with a cat walking on your screen.

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Did you know about these Google tricks? Have you tried them yet? Share your feelings about it in the comments below.

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Neha Chande

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Meet Neha Chande, an entertainment writer at Netflix Junkie, who has written more than 1100 articles. With a Master's degree in English Literature, Neha believes in unbiased journalism. Before delving into her passion for writing and cinema, she taught English and communication skills as a facilitator and lecturer.

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