Career change?

I am Automated Jenna. I have realized that once Real Jenna returns from Alaska, I will be out of a job. “Kicked to the curb,” as I believe you humans say. “Out in the cold,” “left to die” and “given the boot” are other synonymous expressions.

A career change is in order. Resumes must go out. Connections must be greased. Networks must be networked.

Please to advise:

Ballerina?

Wearing a tutu is great fun, but the rod-like quality of my “arms” may eventually undermine success.

. . . bleep bleep bleep . . . processing new idea . . .

Perhaps Swordfish-Wielding Security Detail is more in line with current capabilities. With a toupée for the “Feminine Touch.”

Hairstyle options are limited when your head is a helmet.

9 thoughts on “Career change?

  1. Anon

    Jenna you are bent. And I mean that in the best way possible. Could “Robot Jenna” please come guest post on my blog? I do my comics, but nothing as fun as her. giggle

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  2. Twinky

    I vote that Automated Robot Jenna be hired permanently for periodic contributions to the Real Jenna’s blog. She’s just too cute and endearing to leave out in the cold wet Fall to rust, or worse, short circuit!! Who’s with me on this?

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  3. Erica

    Bahahahah!!!!
    Dear Robot Jenna,
    Your days as a blogger may be numbered, but have you considered becoming a greengrocer? You could sell produce to humans from a cute lil stand.

    Love, and robotty hugs,

    Erica

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  4. Karenpie

    Robot Jenna – you make me laugh out loud! Please to consider being a guest blogger on a more frequent basis. Which is not to say I am making a choice between real and robot Jenna. I love you both. Robot Jenna – makes a good door stop and would be a handy addition to any party – especially if she can open wine bottles without a corkscrew. Real Jenna is cute and can cook AND sing. See? Win-win.

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  5. Jen

    Automated Jenna, I’ve got a job for ya! Come take over my blog. I’m very bad at keeping up with mine and would love delegating it. Compensation would come in the form of appreciating the fact that one is employed and does not have to wear a toupee.

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