Ask No Questions & I’ll Tell You No Lies

I get asked a lot of questions so thought I would compile a list, as a bit of fun, to show you examples of the kind of things I did and still do get asked by different people.

 

Photographers:

So, what does your boyfriend think about you modelling? – Oh sorry, I must have banged my head on one of your lights and woken up half a century ago when what I did was based solely on the man in my life’s opinions. Also, I’m single, don’t take the piss.

 

I want to do a 1950s pin-up style shoot – can you do your hair and make-up exactly like a pin up girl and bring a ton of original, vintage corsets and fully fashioned nylon stockings that will cost more to source than what I’m paying you for the shoot? Also, do you have access to a vintage car that we could shoot all this on the bonnet of? Oh, and can we shoot all this at your place? – Last week I had £3 to my name and had to ask photographers to send me my travel costs upfront so I could actually afford to get to the shoots. Unless I can fashion some kind of suspender belt out of noodle wrappers, it’s probably going to be a no.

 

I was thinking I might turn this badly lit image of you into black and white later and just make your lips and heels red, do you think that would get me the cover of Vogue? – Yeah, fuck it, why the hell not.

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Punters:

How can I get into porn bb? – I neither know, nor care.

 

Do you want to see me cum bb? – No, but you shall never suspect that because I am an excellent actress.

 

You’re loving this aren’t you? – No.

 

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Freeloaders that didn’t get free pictures/compliments on their unasked for dick pic/attention:

Are your parents proud? – Oh, are yours!? Are yours proud that you spend more time wanking than anything productive and that when you’re not doing that you’re harassing random girls online? Bet they’ll be adding that to their family newsletter this Christmas.

 

Why are you such a stuck up bitch? – You are the twelfth man today to ask me if I’d like your dick up my arse. I’m sorry if it comes as a surprise to you that I do not find that complimentary. Women are, by default, stuck up if they decline any offer of sex, no matter how politely it is done. You only have to check out the brilliant @byefelipe account on Instagram to see perfect examples of how some men react when told that you aren’t interested in them.

 

You do know you’re a fat slag, don’t you? – Fully aware of it, my friend, fully aware of it.

 

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Men in my personal life, on dates:

What’s the naughtiest thing you’ve ever done? – I sometimes leave it right up to the day before the deadline to submit my tax return. YOLO.

 

So, are you just like, always horny? – You probably thought that smell was my Nando’s Extra Hot chicken but it is in fact the smell of my continuously burning loins.

 

I know I said we’d go out but I’m really tired, can we just chill at yours? – This tends to not get a reply in words but just the straight line mouth and eyes emoji. Words would be pointless.

 

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My friends:

Do you ever actually fancy the guys you work with? – Not really, no. Doesn’t mean I find them physically repulsive but they may not be the usual guy I’d pick in my personal life, which is fine because it would actually make the job a lot harder if I did fancy them.

 

Do they actually have fluffers, like is that a real thing? – Not as far as I’ve ever known. Love to see the job advert for that role, though.

 

Remember that guy from seven years ago who never called you back and ignored you every time he ever saw you out again? Well, he keeps pestering me for your number on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter – shall I tell him to piss off? – Its funny how many men from the past who, despite having already seen you naked in real life, suddenly want to get in touch and chat about old times when they completely blanked you or much, much worse at the time because they’ve now seen you naked on the internet. One of life’s greatest mysteries.

 

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My parents:

Why are you doing this? Is it our fault?

 

Why didn’t you tell me? Why did I have to find out because some twat anonymously contacted every member of your family sending them links to your online profiles and pictures of you “at work”?  

 

If we re-mortgage our house will you please, please take the money and stop, find something else to do?

 

I don’t really want to answer the last three because that wasn’t a nice conversation to have. Nobody likes to make their mother cry.

 

My next installment of my foray into le adult world will be coming up next week and please, don’t be discouraged by this post – I like questions! Feel free to send me any you’d like to see answered in future posts or subjects you’d like me to elaborate on via the contact me page.

 

Until next time – keep it clean, my friends.

40 Comments

  1. Have you ever been recognised in “real” life…like out on the town or shopping etc? I’ve always wondered how those situations would pan out/if it’d be awkward etc…

    • JayeRose

      February 22, 2016 at 10:18 am

      It has happened but very, very rarely. People usually just tweet me afterwards to say they’ve seen me or once a man came over in a pub to say he’d seen me in a magazine then came back over about 10 minutes later to ask me out. I said no and he said “had to give it a go, didn’t I!’

  2. Amazing, can’t wait for more frequent updates! And that elusive podcast! Have a great one!

  3. John from Germany

    February 22, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Classic Jaye rebuttals. I actually hadn’t looked at your Tumblr account for a good while (thinking you didn’t maintain it anymore since leaving the “business”) and was delighted to find some more witty replies to dumb questions.

  4. John from Germany

    February 22, 2016 at 10:00 am

    Oh, and I actually got a lump in the throat from the parents questions. It’s quite the departure from your usual style. Maybe you let us know about a possible reconciliation in the future. I bet that’s an ending everybody would love to hear.

    • JayeRose

      February 22, 2016 at 10:17 am

      Oh we joke about it now but it wasn’t a fun conversation to have at the time!

      • John from Germany

        February 22, 2016 at 10:58 am

        Oh wow, talk about a happy ending in time! Bless your mum and dad XD

        By the way, what were the last five books you read? Any recommendations? Also, are you an album person or a playlist person when it comes to music?

  5. Another great, thought provoking read. Your blog is rapidly becoming one of my favourite reads.

    Keep up the great work, take care

    Matt

  6. What have been the biggest lessons learned from this…this experience?

    • JayeRose

      February 23, 2016 at 10:45 pm

      I’m not entirely sure there was anything learnt, really. I’m a different person than I would have been if I hadn’t done it all which is probably the most obvious thing I’ve said today but you know what I mean! I’m a strong person now but it took me a long time to get here. I’d like to say “no regrets” but if I could go back in time, I wouldn’t have done any of it…

      • Frank: “…And I did it my way!”

        I understand what you mean, I think we all have those periods in time that we look back and think we wished never happened – mine is joining the army at 17.

  7. ABOUT Photographers:
    So, what does your boyfriend think about you modelling? –
    YOU: Oh sorry, I must have banged my head on one of your lights and woken up half a century ago when what I did was based solely on the man in my life’s opinions. Also, I’m single, don’t take the piss………..
    ME: Reallly like your creative reply on this point…

    ABOUT Men in my personal life, on dates:
    YOU: So, are you just like, always horny? – You probably thought that smell was my Nando’s Extra Hot chicken but it is in fact the smell of my continuously burning loins.
    ME: Hahahah good reply,.. you were blessed with burning loins bb.. many women would envy..

    ABOUT My parents:
    YOU: I don’t really want to answer the last three because that wasn’t a nice conversation to have. Nobody likes to make their mother cry.
    ME: Better reply ever… congratulate u.

  8. Eric from Cincinnati

    February 23, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    How long do you think it will take before people’s attention shifts away from you to some other woman?

    • JayeRose

      February 23, 2016 at 10:44 pm

      Pretty soon, I’d imagine. I don’t have any grand illusions of my mega sex appeal and huge male fanbase…

  9. How I’m picturing loins with nando’s extra hot and it’s making me cringe.

  10. Tax Return YOLO – Totally been there! I think it’s pretty easy to disappoint our parents no matter what life choices we make, at the end of the day it’s your life and you’ve got to make the most out of it!

    • JayeRose

      February 28, 2016 at 11:23 pm

      Tax returns are the bane (bain? bane!?) of my life! Numbers give me anxiety.

      Thankfully my relationship with my parents is okay now but it wasn’t nicest time in my life! And thank you 🙂 x

  11. Not usually a fan of blogs, but it’s fascinating to read this one. Sarcastic, funny and especially in this one, poignant. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ramblings, and wishing you all the best as you move onwards in your journey.

    • JayeRose

      February 28, 2016 at 11:26 pm

      Thank you, that genuinely means a lot. Its honestly so flattering that people are taking the time to read my ramblings and better still are enjoying them!

  12. I’d really like to say that some of those questions surprised me but truly none did… but as always, your answers were absolutely stellar. I really do wonder what goes through men’s minds and I wonder what exactly my mother did to ensure that I never even considered that kind of behaviour appropriate, let alone invited. Ugh. I mean, seriously, the men who think that because they’ve seen you naked you must stroke what I can only imagine is their fragile egos and even more unimpressive boy bits astound me to no end. I can’t imagine dealing with this kind of constant nonsense on a regular and yet you manage to do it with grace, wit, and fearlessness. I applaud you, as always. I don’t imagine that it’s always easy but you damn sure make it look like it is.

    My heart goes out to you on the last few questions. I can’t imaging that was any kind of easy conversation. I really glad that you are able to joke about it on the other side of that talk.

    I don’t know that I have a question, really… I mean, I’m definitely curious about what you want to do next… but that’s something that always fascinates me about people I find interesting. I guess I’m gonna stay tuned and see! (especially since I’m basically holding you to that podcast 😉 )

  13. Hey really enjoying the blog
    I was curious to ask did the porn experience help you discover anything about yourself a new found confidence or was the experience damaging.
    and another curious question how does it effect your civilian life like have you encountered any opinionated sods

    • JayeRose

      February 29, 2016 at 2:35 pm

      Hiya – thank you! 🙂

      Am going to take note of your comments and keep them aside for a future blog post. At moment I’m kind of just trying to flesh out my past – God, the innuendos just pop up everywhere, don’t they…! – and so that will take a few more posts and then am going to finally address the questions people ask me.
      Thank you kindly sir! X

  14. John from Germany

    February 27, 2016 at 11:10 am

    One more thing about porn and feminism (you can see that this topic really keeps me thinking), I just read this article about Gloria Steinem and Emma Watson about how a female-centered alternative to porn was needed (“erotography” instead of “pornography”) in order to provide a way of depicting sex without having the females being constant victims of objectivisation (if that’s an actual word). Do you have an opinion on this subject matter, especially from your insider point of view?

    The article is right here: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/emma-watson-calls-for-feminist-alternatives-to-pornography-during-discussion-with-gloria-steinem-a6895146.html

    I’d be really interested in your take on this issue.

  15. As ever, a funny insight into your old world, I will however never look at nandos the same way ever again lol!

  16. My fiancé actually showed me your blog and thought I might enjoy it. Which I do very much. I should be sleeping but instead I’m reading all of your posts.
    My question is, what was the final deciding factor that made you choose to leave the adult industry? I know you said you were unhappy doing it but was there a particular thing that just made you say screw this!
    Also I think you are lovely. You look like a real woman. The next person who calls you fat. Just call them a twat waffle.

    • JayeRose

      February 29, 2016 at 2:37 pm

      Hahah, twat waffle made me genuinely lol!

      Thank you for all your kind words – I don’t know why but it always means a lot to me when other women comment. My next few posts are going to be just finishing off the background of it all and getting into the industry and then am going to focus on the questions I’ve been asked so will take note of that one. Thanks again! X

  17. So was there any shoots with male performers that were kind of enjoyable? Or was it more all kinds of just you just wanted to get the shoot over with and leave?

    • JayeRose

      March 7, 2016 at 1:29 pm

      No, no I did enjoy some of my shoots but it’s still something I wish I hadn’t got into generally.

  18. It’s amazing how much goes on behind closed doors. The domino effect is one I understand all too well and I’m glad you’ve found a way to stop the tiles tumbling. Your blogs are insightful and delightful to read, can’t wait to read the next set. Good luck in the future, I hope things continue to get better for you.

  19. I absolutely cried with laughter at some of these questions (except the last 3, sorry it got so serious). Have you tried stand up comedy? I think you’d be great.
    x

  20. Has being an adult star had an impact in your personal dating? Is it more difficult to meet men or less difficult?

  21. I love allllllll of this. I’ve randomly come across your photos and we look similar so naturally you’re my best friend, because that’s just how my brain works lol. It’s nice to see the real person behind it all. I did camming for a while and some of the random people in and out of that were eerily similar. However I wasn’t nearly aa good of an actress as you and could not control my facial reactions when insane requests or questions were made, also not a salesman so “buy it or dont” was a frequent response to most things. But I can fully relate to most of these and it makes me rather happy. I didn’t intent on rambling, but I did -_-. Thanks for this blog. Looking forward to seeing more posts!!

    • JayeRose

      June 15, 2016 at 12:02 pm

      Thank you – this is one of the nicest messages I’ve had, its always nice (I think?) when people can relate! P.S. more than happy to be bessies, so long as you like really cheap rosé wine and bitching about boys X

  22. I just want to say you are a beautiful lady, not for the line of work you used to do but I seen pictures of you fully dress and you look extremely attractive. I am not a creep nor do I temp to be one of those guys. How is your day going so far?

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