Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow honor Matthew Perry by sharing iconic Chandler Bing moments

Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow are the latest castmates to post messages about Perry on Instagram on Wednesday, sharing iconic moments they had with his character, Chandler Bing, on the beloved series. 

Aniston, who played Rachel Green on the hit show, posted a photo carousel on Instagram including a clip showing a heartfelt moment between the two characters in the show when she told Perry she was leaving for Paris. 

What started as a sad good-bye ended in laughter between the two castmates after Perry made her erupt in laughter — a trait that carried over into their real lives, said Aniston. 

She said Perry loved to make people laugh and his “life literally depended” on hearing people laugh at his jokes.

“And boy did he succeed in doing just that. He made all of us laugh. And laugh hard,” Aniston wrote in the caption. “In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been pouring over our texts to one another. Laughing and crying then laughing again. I’ll keep them forever and ever. I found one text that he sent me out of nowhere one day. It says it all.”

In her carousel of photos, Aniston included a screenshot of that text from Perry. “Making you laugh just made my day,” Perry texted her. “It made my day.”

Oh boy this one has cut deep… Having to say goodbye to our Matty has been an insane wave of emotions that I’ve never experienced before,” Aniston wrote in the caption.

Aniston ended her post with a well-known Chandler bit from “Friends”: “I talk to you every day… sometimes I can almost hear you saying ‘could you BE any crazier?’”

Schwimmer, who played Ross Geller — Chandler Bing’s high school friend turned brother-in-law — also shared an Instagram post about Perry on Wednesday.

“Thank you for ten incredible years of laughter and creativity,” Schwimmer wrote. He said he would never forget Perry’s “impeccable comic timing and delivery.” Perry’s character was the sarcastic one on the hit sitcom. 

“You could take a straight line of dialogue and bend it to your will, resulting in something so entirely original and unexpectedly funny it still astonishes,” he continued. “And you had heart.”