Donato Sardella, Women's Wear Daily

It seems each week a new Jennifer Aniston rumor is born. Either she's adopting a baby or writing a tell-all memoir. Unfortunately for gossip writers the world round, neither of those things is in the cards any time soon, Aniston told Women's Wear Daily in an exclusive interview about the launch of her new scent, "Jennifer Aniston".

"I think I've adopted a baby every year for the last five years," the actress joked during her interview, adding that the most recent baby rumor is "totally false".

And as for that memoir rumor, Aniston says, "Oh God, not yet! I'm still trying to think of things to do."

Her new scent, which went live on today is what Aniston calls a personal library of scent memories. But Aniston is actually no newbie to fragrance-making. She revealed to WWD that she and her girlfriends have a long scent producing tradition.

"I've always loved to combine different scents to come up with my own unique thing," she told the mag. "One tradition I have with my friends is that when one of us gets married, we have a ton of fragrance oils and pretty bottles at the bachelorette party. Everyone puts a drop or two in a bottle for the bride and makes a wish, and the bride wears our creation on her wedding day."

This is just the start of a whole fragrance house for the actress. Aniston said she also wants to do a men's scent and a nighttime fragrance. But one celeb hobby horse she won't be jumping on any time soon? Designing clothes.

"I love clothes, but I don't know what to put on myself, let alone others. I have a lot of help getting dressed," Aniston admits to WWD.

She was also quick to diffuse all those rumors that she hated her iconic "Rachel" cut from oh so many years ago. She says she didn't hate it, but she did hate all the publicity surrounding it.

"It was all anyone ever wanted to know about, all Chris ever got asked to do," she says. "I liked it at the time, but I started to grow it out after about eight months. But it just wouldn't die."

Check out the stars who sported "The Rachel."