25 Things To Tell Your Penpal When You Feel Like You’ve Already Told Them Everything

Snail mail is so fun! Sending mail to your friends all over the world can be such a lovely experience which can help you gain knowledge of different cultures and lifestyles.

But what can you write to your penpals when you feel like you’ve already told them everything?!

  1. A song that has the perfect lyrics to describe your feelings.
  2. How you would spend £100,000.
  3. The first thing you’d do if you won the lottery.
  4. Your least favourite food.
  5. Explain something that you are currently worried about.
  6. A story from when you were drunk (as long as you’re of drinking age).
  7. Your pet peeves.
  8. What you think people misunderstand about you the most.
  9. A list of people who have influenced and inspired you.
  10. Your favourite childhood memories.
  11. Share something that you regret.
  12. On a scale of 1-10, how clean do you keep your home.
  13. Your first job, most recently job and any job inbetween.
  14. If you could have a superpower, which would you want.
  15. Your 5 year plan.
  16. One thing that you use everyday that you couldn’t live without.
  17. Your favourite part of your life so far.
  18. Share a special skill that you have.
  19. How you store your snail mail.
  20. Your favourite song to sing in the shower.
  21. Your dream job as a kid.
  22. How you sleep at night (pj style, door open or closed, bedtime routine).
  23. Discuss a dream party.
  24. A mini review of a book, film or game you’ve been playing.
  25. Share something that cheers you up no matter what.

Hopefully now you’ll never run out of things to write to your pen pal about!


2 responses to “25 Things To Tell Your Penpal When You Feel Like You’ve Already Told Them Everything”

  1. katieemmabeauty Avatar

    I’ve never had the pleasure of having a penpal, but these are some great suggestions for just ‘normal’ friends… which is a weird way to describe them, but still!

    Katie | katieemmabeauty.com


  2. Emma James Avatar

    I love this post. You have such great ideas! I used to have a pen pal who lived in France. I think our school assigned us people and we had to write to them in French and they had to write back in English.


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