ID #14887

Name: Charley
Age: 16
Country: United Kingdom

I love meeting new people, and forming friendships! I’m a generally nerdy person, and I love Sherlock (both BBC and canon), Yuri on Ice, Shakespeare, reading in general, RuPaul’s Drag Race, and loads of other shows!
I’d love to get to know people, and possibly meet up one day too ❤

Preferences: Any gender, or lack thereof! I’d prefer someone within a year or two of my age, but even if you’re not, don’t hesitate to get in contact!


Heyo so I’m not gonna put a lot about me cause I’d rather talk and have someone slowly learn things about me so just putting the main things so you know what to expect lmao 😂

I’m 16, from Maryland my name’s Makayla, && I’m bisexual lol

I absolutely love learning new things like it’s an obsession I swear lmao my family is very religious but I’m not really anything ATM!!

I do incredibly odd things without thinking like really just spur of the moment things when I get an idea lol

OK SOO I didn’t put too much about me cause I really reallyyy want someone who will end up being like my best friend and get to know everything about each other BECAUSE I really want someone who will maybe save money up with me then when we graduate, meet each other, & go on like a year long trip with me to each state in America I KNOW THIS SOUNDS REALLY WEIRD OK BUT I KNOW THERES SOMEONE ELSE WHO WANTS SOMETHING LIKE THIS AS MUCH AS I DO lmao

SC: bvb_armyx <— my emo phase I’m sorry
IG: idontneedaplan
Tumblr: @idontneedaplan

ID #82690

Name: Nicole
Age: 22 years young
Country: Southern England

I’m 22. I work with cars. I love doggos. I have self esteem issues and just quite often prefer to communicate in a way which ISN’T face to face. Sometimes writing is the only way I can make sense of my thoughts.
There are also times when you need to speak to a total stranger. See a new world, or even just talk to someone totally impartial.
I want a someone who wants to discuss the intricate details of life. What happened today, what are you doing at work. I want to know the details of what you made for dinner, I want to know what song you listened on your way to work.
I think its best if my pen pals are old enough to be working, or living away from home. I’d like someone I can relate to. So we can have a few giggles about what is bothering us.
I don’t mind your gender, but I like people who rant. Who ramble on. Rambling letters re the best. Take me on a journey on your train of thought. If it runs away all the better. Write until you run out of ink friend. Its nice reading about it.

Preferences: Adults please. If you consider yourself an adult, ill trust your judgement.

hi! i’m micah, i’m 15 from the uk!

i am interested in drag queens, the lgbtqia community, equality, music, art and languages. :)

my ‘perfect penpal’ would be someone around my age, who is accepting, trustworthy and really funny. similar interests would be cool for ice breakers. ideally would like them to be fast repliers because i am a clingy piece of shit. i don’t mind gender/sexually/race as long as youre cool

i speak english and alright spanish and i am willing to speak in either languages with anyone but excuse errors plssss

tumblr: @shorthairwbu

snapchat: on request

instagram: mustardboymic

((if youre from the uk and we click well i’m up for sending snail mail/letters/packages ect))

ID #53400

Name: Temple
Age: 26
Country: UK

At the risk of sounding maudlin, I guess I am searching for a cure to loneliness. I’ve never been a very outwardly social person, I struggle with people in day-to-day life - something I believe a lot of introverts can understand (all my friends are online, ha ha). The problem is, I do want to talk and know people; to communicate myself and be understood and then understand someone else in return. I had nurtured the idea of getting a penpal for a while but was always a little anxious over the idea - what if they didn’t like me, what if they thought me a fool? But given how my life has gone up until now I just thought one day ‘what the heck, just do it’. So here I am in all my awkward but optimistic glory, trusting in this leap of faith.

Age specifications: 20+

101 Pen Pal Challenge

101 things to send you pen pal

1. Origami

2. Photo’s of you pets (or garden)

3. A Souvenir from your town/city (Post card, etc.)

4. Homemade bookmark

5. Collage of your favorite things

6. A recipe

7. A photo of the food you made with your friends recipe

8. Homemade pinwheel

9. A small gift from a cheap variety store or op-shop

10. A local tourist pamphlet

11. A poem

12. A button, a piece of ribbon, and some colored paper

13: Homemade card (using the above items from your friends)

14: Photo’s of your local area

15: A challenge or dare

16: Proof or results of challenge or dare

17. A blank coloring in page

18: Your finished coloring in page that your friend sent you

19: A playlist (saved on a disc, usb, tape, etc.)

20: A list of things you like about the other person

21: A “get well soon” kit for the times your friend gets sick

22: A piece of clothing or jewellery

23: A voice recording (saved on disc, usb, etc.)

24: A keyring

25: Your favorite quotes

26: Stickers

27: A newspaper cutting

28: A homemade friendship bracelet

29: A paper chatterbox

30: A list with a book, a movie, and a tv series for your friend to try

31: A paint hand print

32: A perfume sample

32: A selfie

33: A DIY craft pack

34: A questionnaire

35: Questionnaire results

36: A picture or art print of something you friend likes

37: A temporary tattoo

38: A photo of you with the temporary tattoo your friend sent

39: Some facts and pictures of your favorite animal

40: A coin or token (or coin rubbing)

41:  List of 3 foods you want your friend to try

42: Critique of the food you tried

43: A paper plane

44: An “open when you feel down” pack for your friend

45: Something weird you found (or bought)

46: A homemade crossword puzzle

47: Your bucket list

48: An acrostic name poem using your friend’s name

49: A souvenir from your country (Postcard, etc.)

50: A prank

51: A grocery shopping receipt

52: A small poster

53: A knitting or sewing pattern

54: Something you knitted/sewed

55: A playing card or game token

56: A comic

57: A piece of candy (or candy wrapping if unable to send food)

58: A fictional story

59: 21 Questions for you friend to answer

60: The answers to your friends 21 questions

61: A coded message or cipher

62: A photo of the sunset or sunrise you took

63: Homemade koinobori

64: Your local tv guide

66: A homemade finger puppet

67: A bunch of jokes and riddles

67: Something miniature

68: A flier for a local festival or event

69: A short home video (Saved on disk, usb, etc)

70: A picture of your oc or favorite character (drawn yourself or printed out)

71: Something yellow

72: A small flag from your state/country

73: A holiday item or cultural item (decoration, symbol, etc.)

74: An invitation to an online event (movie stream, online chat, etc)

75: A leaf rubbing

76: 5 photos of your favorite local places, animals or things

77: A novelty pen, pencil or eraser

78: 3 items or pictures that remind you of your friend

79: A cookie cutter

80: A photo of cookies you made using the cookie cutter your friend sent

81: A list of 10 things you love most, and 10 things you hate most

82: A good luck charm

83: A local story, myth or legend

84: A list of words in your local language, or a list of local slang words

85: A used move ticket or transport ticket

86: Either your countries national anthem, a local song, or a cultural song

87: Junk mail (brochure, advertisement, grocery pamphlet)

88: A list (with photos) of animals you often find in your home (insects, etc)

89: A collector’s card

90: A selfie of just after you woke up in the morning

91: A wish, promise, or prayer for your friend

92: Lyrics of a song you wrote, or of a song you like

93: A secret message written on the inside of your envelope

94: A small homemade kite

95: A recipe for a natural remedy

96: An article from a local magazine

97: A card signed by all your local family and friends greeting your friend

98: A photo of someone special (family, pets, friends)

99: A fitness challenge

100: A recording of outside sounds (Save on disc, usb, etc.)

101: A thankyou

der Absender - sender [male]
die Absenderin (Absenderinnen) - sender [female]
die Adresse (Adressen) - address
der Aufkleber - sticker
der Brief (Briefe) - letter
der Brieffreund (Brieffreunde) - penpal [male]
die Brieffreundin (Brieffreundinnen) - penpal [female]
der Briefkasten (Briefkästen) - postbox/letter box/mailbox
die Briefmarke (Briefmarken) - stamp
das Briefpapier (Briefpapiere) - writing paper
der Briefträger - postman/mailman
die Briefträgerin (Briefträgerinnen) - postwoman
der Briefwechsel - correspondence
die Handschrift - handwriting
die Karte (Karten) - card
das Klebeband - sticky tape
der Klebstoff - glue
die Korrespondenz (Korrespondenzen) - correspondence
die Lieferung (Lieferungen) - delivery
das Paket (Pakete) - package/parcel
das Porto - postage
die Post (Posten) - post office/post/mail
der Postbote (-n) (Postboten) - postman/mailman
die Postbotin (Postbotinnen) - postwoman
der Postdienst (Postdienste) - postal service
die Postkarte (Postkarten) - postcard
die Postleitzahl (Postleitzahlen) - postcode/zip code
die Schneckenpost - snail mail
der Stift (Stifte) - pen/pencil
der Teebeutel - teabag
der Tesafilm - Sellotape/Scotch Tape
der Umschlag (Umschläge) - envelope

ablecken - to lick
auf dem Postweg verloren gehen - to get lost in the post/mail
auf einen Brief antworten - to write an reply to a letter
eine Briefmarke auf einen Briefumschlag kleben - to stick a stamp on an envelope
einem Brief etwas beilegen - to enclose something in a letter
empfangen - to receive
in die Schweiz senden - to send to Switzerland
ins Ausland senden - to send overseas
jemandem einen Brief schreiben - to write someone a letter
liefern - to deliver
mit der Post senden - to send by post/in the mail
nach Deutschland senden - to send to Germany
öffnen - to open
schicken - to send
senden - to send
zukleben - to seal
zurückschreiben - to write back

beigelegt - enclosed

dekoriert - decorated
handgemacht - handmade
selbstgemacht - handmade
selbstklebend - self adhesive
ungeöffnet - unopened
verloren - lost

Lieber/Liebe… - Dear…
Danke für deinen Brief! - Thank you for your letter!
Ich freue mich auf deine Antwort! - I’m looking forward to your reply!
Viele Grüße aus Deutschland! - Greetings from Germany!
Dein/Deine… - Yours…

ID #87010

Name: Ally
Age: 19
Country: USA

Why hello there!
As you saw above my name is Ally and I’m from the US.. First things first is you have to be cool with animals but more specifically dogs because they seem to be all I talk about because they take up so much of my time.. I am looking for a pen pal because i do spend so much time out working on our family farm with the animals so I don’t have as much time as I would like to get out and meet people. I did highschool online due to medical reasons so let’s just say my friend list isn’t over flowing with names! I just finished my freshman year of college so there will be plenty of time and boredom to talk to new friends.. I always seem to have my phone in my hand so I hope your ready to talk!
I own my own photography business so that is a true passion of mine. My happy places are the movies, concerts and with family! You can often catch me scrolling my phone looking for fanfiction!
I hope to hear from someone out of this!

Preferences: LQBTQ community is welcomed and perhaps preferred as I’m still very much trying to figure out this aspect of my life!
I would prefer girls 18+ just because that’s closest to myself!

This was for a magazine photoshoot I recently did but all that clutter is mine (ft. vintage postcards, old letters from my penpal, copies of the New York Times, a Nat Geo map and Nat Geo magazine packets (DSLR))