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I love emails, so if you have any questions or comments please email me at Jen (at) sometimesmylifeisrandom (dot) com.

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  1. Anonbaby says:

    I just found out about ur blog from twitter. Read quite many posts and I have to say i totally understand how u feel and act but i just hope i never fall for a woman like you. And the worst part is u remind me of my gf in the way you think. If u wanna reply just leave something on ur next post.

    Jim (–just joking:P)

    • admin says:

      I am not even sure what to make of this? Also, I have no clue what you are talking about… remind you … in the way I think? Yeah, I don’t really think I know what you are talking about.

  2. Joe Blow (NYC) says:

    This is one of the most exciting, funny and ultra-curous blogs I have ever read. So revealing, yet one gets a sense or a feeling that there is alot more to come (excuse the pun). Furthermore, it’s by far the sexiest and best kept secret – ‘reality show’ on the internet. Why? Like most, I am eagerly waiting to see what happens next!

  3. I love ur blog. Found it on Twitter and after reading it I think you are facinating. Post more I would love to keep reading.

    • admin says:

      Thank you so much ๐Ÿ˜‰ I am working on a new post as we speak. My goal is to post 3 times a week, but sometimes life gets in the way…

  4. Paul says:

    Jenna [sic],
    I think the blog is great too, but seriously people, you should only take it for what it is… erotica. This IS the internet. This could be real, a lie, exaggerated or just plain fantasy. But hey, that doesn’t make you a sucker (no pun intended) for reading and getting caught up in it… especially since it has such a very formulaic plot device. Maybe if there were less generalities.. I live in “the city” and have yet to read any clues or “slips” to actual places or people. Also, after reading the tweets from “mylifeisrandom” and seeing a lot of @replies and very few spontaneous comments (other than those about late nights, sexual escapades and blog reinforcement) – I have come to think of them as just an extension of the blogger and not the PERSON.

    Author – no one is saying you should “come out” and give any details, but in this day and age some of us have a hard time (no pun again) with visualizing/fantasizing to internet posts without thinking of an overweight/bulimic, zit-ridden/pale, hairy/hairless, perverted/repressed, slob/neat-freak man or woman typing away at their blog while eating cheetos/doritos/popcorn/nachos/organic hummus/rice cakes/edamame and drinking a Bud/Coke/herbal tea/bottled water.

    – Clichรฉ

    • admin says:

      Thanks for your comment…

      So, here is the thing… I write my blog for ME. Honestly, no one could read it and I’d be perfectly fine with that (though obviously it’s more fun when people read and comment!) I write it because I like to, it’s fun (though sometimes a bit hard to keep up with) and I like to write. It is also a great outlet as I am discovering a whole new side of myself that was repressed for so long.

      I do understand in the day of the internet where free porn is readily available everywhere, sometimes it can be hard to use your own imagination. But reading is fun and putting your own interpretation on my story should be fun ๐Ÿ˜‰

      As for the “real” part… I suppose you take everything with a grain of salt, right? Everything I write is a true story, true experiences, and is actually happening right now in my life, etc. Of course (most people do this in their daily lives, too) I do not reveal things that I do not want you to know, which I might otherwise tweet about on my “real life” account or write about in my real life blog, though I do not even have a real life blog.

      To answer the no specifics (oddly enough, I use real names) claim, I am pretty good about not slipping about restaurants/bars/etc. I proof read every post a few times before posting. I have slipped up before and some of my blog readers who have become, well my friends, will DM me and tell me that I might have accidentally mentioned something too personal. Usually I can change it before too many notice. There are a few reasons for this. I have mentioned that Chicago is like a small city. Even with something like 60,000 people in my neighborhood, I still see the same people over and over and they all seem to know one another. In addition, I already have some followers that I would be scared to death to run into in real life, I do not want my co-workers, my employer, perspective dating partners, etc, to know about this side of me. If I start using Foursquare or tweeting about what bar I went to, people would catch on and I would be outed, which would make me probably stop blogging or at least being honest. One of my favorite things about my blog is that I can be completely free sexually, like I wish I could be in “real life.”

      Again, thanks for reading and commenting!!

      -Jen (Yes, that IS my name…so no need to refer to me as “Author” in the future)

      P.S. I do think you pinpointed the hummus & edamame part (Costco has those frozen individual packs that are so easy to make!)

  5. Paul says:

    Writing a blog turned horribly wrong… “me” becomes “for profit”. ;(

    • admin says:

      how so? because i use ads to offset my blog costs? blogging isn’t free, you know, and i don’t even make in ads what it costs to host my blog.

  6. Marc says:

    Hi Jenna,

    So I love your blog. It’s almost like I live vicariously live through you however I have my own “escapades” as well. I do think you have more sex and sexual experiences than most but maybe i’m delusional…You seem very intelligent and someone who’s real. Question for you, in your last response, you said “One of my favorite things about my blog is that I can be completely free sexually, like I wish I could be in โ€œreal life.โ€…my question is why can’t you be like this in your real life? Is it b/c you don’t want to do this w/ someone you just met? I’ve always wondered why women “hold themselves back” so to speak. I’m a 32 yo guy living in NYC to tell you about myself. Single and trying to enjoy this lifestyle until I meet the girl I’m going to marry (assuming that happens).

    Please keep writing, the blogs are very enjoyable and you’re a good writer.

    Take Care.

  7. admin says:

    Hi Marc,

    Thank you for your comment, it is much appreciated. To answer your question, to the best of my ability, I am not sure why I cannot be like that in “real life.” I suppose the ramifications of being a sexually free woman is that you are often labeled a slut or a whore. The sad part is, those names are usually used mostly by women to label other women.

    A few of my good friends who I know love me for me might know me as the crazy one, or I am the one they come to for sex advice quite often. That’s fun and I enjoy being real with my best friends.
    As for co-workers, I do not want to be labeled easy or a slut, etc, in the office. Many of the execs are men and there are already so many office rumors about who is doing whom, I’d like to stay away from that if possible.

    Now, when it comes to men. Men always say they want a lady in the street and a freak in the bed, right? Many men would be afraid to be with a woman who is a bit more sexual, for fear they could not keep up. Sadly, I’ve been in this situation. Other men are happy with it, and that is ideal. Actually, ideally, I’d like to meet someone where I could be honest about my blog and he accepts it as part of who I am.

    Did that help answer your question? I am not sure if it really even answers the question… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    J

  8. Marc says:

    Hi Jenna,

    What’s going on, how’s your 2010 going so far? So you have to update your blog, I miss reading about your exploits…I’m sure you’re very busy though.
    How have you been?
    Have you ever considered moving to NY, I feel like you’d love this city.

    Marc

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