Naked Jen (thanks Glorpx0ring) - The website and blog of an extremely naked chubby hippy gal in her early 40s. If you've ever wondered what it might look like if your mom got naked on the streets of your city then cruise on over and grab an eyeful of a couple patchouli-smelling fried eggs.



Meanwhile, is anyone else sad about the passing of Ed Bradley or is it just me? I'm really sad. As you all know, we no longer have television at ChezNaked.  But when I was a younger Nakedjen, 60 Minutes was a staple of my Sunday evening fare. I watched it pretty religiously. Far more religiously than I ever attended church. Ed Bradley's interviews were always my favorite. Especially when he was interviewing a musician or a film director.


Yes, I was just aching to know what naked lady felt about Ed Bradley dying.

In this particular case the irony of a 40-year old strutting around naked is that the most horrifying feature of her anatomy is her upper set of gums. It's like somebody overturned a gums cake with teeth icing. Maybe she could just wear a pair of panties on her gums.

If you haven't had your fill of Jen and her nudity and her plus-sized gingivitis, there is a section on her website about being naked devoted specifically to being naked and, as Big Bear would say, "Doin' Thangs." At first I was disturbed by the photos, then I sort of got used to looking at them, and then they freaked me out again.

Why? Look again at the picture I included. It took a while, but it finally sunk in: she looks like a two year old. Okay, a two year old with hooters, but still a two year old.

– Zack "Geist Editor" Parsons (@sexyfacts4u)

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