Hobbies:postcrossing, history, longboarding, movies, tv series, photography, martial arts Penpal message / wishes: Hi!
I'm here looking for friends and long time friendships, hopefully. More than the letter itself I'm interested in the person behind it. I'm not here to exchange magnets, stickers or whatever you happen to collect, unless as an addition... I hope you understand. I'm looking for people.
Also I'm not learning any language in particular. We can write in English or Polish. It's rather unlikely that you learn Polish but anyways. A jeśli jesteś z Polski i chcesz pogadać to pisz śmiało!
I'm a university graduate. I spend my free time watching netflix, sending postcards, sometimes longboarding. I also train some martial arts for almost 3 years now. I like to go hiking or just walking. I enjoy nature and forests.
I don't care where you're from or what are your hobbies. The only request is that I prefer to write with people between 20 to 30 as I think we could get along better, but it's not mandatory. If you think it's worth trying, just write me. Maybe we can find a common ground. I'm open to talk about anything, daily matters, all sorts of things.
E-mails is what I prefer for the initial conversation, but I'm open to use some kind of messenger or for traditional letters and postcards as well.
Please write something more than just "hi", so that I know that you actually care and read my ad :)
Hobbies:Reading,music,sports, relaxing, traveling Penpal message / wishes: Hello my name is Christopher I am 44 year old black american male from Florida USA. I'm single and lonely searching for a very special woman in my life. So if you're interested I tell you more about me once we get to know each other. Also we can chat on hangouts. Please I only chat with honest and sincere people. Take care hope to hear from you soon. I have a WhatsApp just add me 018632449089 or we can text straight by phone.
There are three types of people in the world. Those of us who are good at math, and those of us who aren't.
(I figure I should let you know up front that this is going to be a rather long one- finding new friends should never be short. So, for those that are not into long readings, peanut butter cookies, or listening to the book rather than reading it, please move on to the next ad.)
Now, with that said: Hi. How’s everything? Yeah, I know- this virus is something else, isn’t it. The only good thing you can say about it is that it makes for perfect pen pal weather- hey, you always gotta look on the bright side of life some say.
Since you are reading this, I will take it that we are two peas in the same pod- do people still use that expression: Looking for some awesome, wonderful, stupendous, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious pen pals. I write to you about how my day has been, you write to me about how your night has been, we exchange a few recipes on how to make peanut butter sandwiches, then before you know it, we are swapping jokes, talking about why the only true ice cream flavor is strawberry, sharing good days, bad days, and days in-between, and getting to know each other the way only pen pals can. Then before you know it Zap- Boom- Huzzah- we are friends. Piece of warm chocolate cake, right?
What are my requirements you ask? You have to be a breather- actually, that’s kind of important, as zombies make terrible pen pals. All they want to talk about are ‘Brains’ this and ‘Brains’ that. No, seriously- I’m a big believer in the old Zen saying: When you seek it, you cannot find it. Just be yourself. Just speak from your heart. Just be kind- and rewind. Wait- wrong saying!
(If you have made it to the end, you are a real trooper and you can be my friend- and I just might someday share my super secret recipe for the greatest scrambled eggs in the history of mankind. Maybe.)