Dating kid pal pen
This has the advantage of saving money and being more immediate, allowing many messages to be exchanged in a short period of time.
As part of that process, we open and scan every letter to look for codes or notes, to identify letters that may indicate criminal activity.
I’d spend hours crafting the perfect letters to my new friends from exotic places like Akron and Lubbock. My answer: because I'm fascinated by how other people live. I wrote letters in the '90s because, uh, it was easier than Morse code? Long term, I’d love all members to be able to send me a forward-dated letter (for themselves, for a friend, anyone) and we will send it to them on the date of their choosing.
Anything in comparison to my hometown of 500 people seemed positively cosmopolitan. But today, I have a pen pal in an East Asian country. I’d also love to introduce a corporate-social-responsibility component where every membership means we match someone in a nursing home or homeless shelter.
While completing this task, I noticed that one inmate had mailed about ten letters to ten different females.
Now these letters were hand written but were identical except for the name of the women involved, and the addresses.
The last time I was in the dating scene was the first half of 2008. Diving back in was not something I was looking forward to so I did my homework to come up with a plan.