Hobbies:Reading, writing, video games, anime, music, photography Penpal message / wishes: I’m 15, but 16 in July, I’m Pansexual and cis female
I am a huge nerd, geek or whatever you want to call it. I love playing video games and watching Netflix would be my life.
I love to read, my favourite book series is Gone by Michael Grant, I also love writing, drawing, painting and basically anything to do with art. I’m also a self taught photographer, I’m not amazing but I still enjoy it.
Twenty-Øne Piløts is my favourite band and Panic! At The Disco is a close second.
I’m pretty laid back and generally a nice person. My friends would and have described me as nice, easygoing, funny, friendly and crazy in the next best way possible.
I’m hoping to find a long term friend.
I don’t mind where your from, but I prefer Australia, New Zealand or Tasmania because it’s a little easier when it comes to times zones.
Regarding communication, I’m happy to switch over to Snapchat or something after a few days of emailing.
Other then that, if you’re going to send an email, please put a little about yourself because I’m always interested in that.
Also, I’d prefer if you’re 18 or under please. Thanks!
My name's Rebecca and I'm Australian, but my dad is Slovakian so I look like your typical middle-European queen. I'm interested in flirty chatting and some harmless fun. You can be from anywhere, any age. I can also send you pictures as soon as we get to know each others better. Tell me what do you like and maybe we can start chatting!!
Hobbies:Music, writing, swimming, vegan cooking Penpal message / wishes: So, here goes:
I’m Lauren, I’m sixteen and I live in Queensland, Australia.
I love the ocean. No, really — I mean, more than almost anything! And I’m sapphic, vegan, and fascinated by so many languages and religions. My kitchen garden, bookshelf, veritable collection of half-empty sunscreen bottles and Duolingo account are all completely out-of-control!
I can, potentially, chat in English, Norwegian (these two I’m fluent in) or French (still learning), either via e- or snail mail.
And why am I here? Here’s the deal:
I re-read Anne again recently, and I’ve been inspired by her talk of kindred spirits. Ultimately, I’m curious to see if I might find a kindred spirit of my own here, seeing as we could very well be living on opposite sides of the world, and might not otherwise cross paths.