So, as mentioned the best way to get a military pen pal is to date someone in the military.
You may have seen Dear John and thought to yourself that you wanted one of those romantic love letters he sent his girlfriend.
Or maybe you saw Mila Kunis or Justin Timberlake accompanying a soldier to a ball and thought that you wanted to connect with some of the dashing men and women in the military too?
The truth is, to support someone in the military is not something you should take lightly - whilst they are away at training camps and overseas at war, a word from a loved one can mean the world to them. And the best way to find military pen pals to write to is to start dating someone in the military.
Whilst it’s nice for them to attend an event with Timberlake or Kunis by their side, what most of them want by the end of the day is someone by their side to support them and encourage them along the way.
Someone they also happen to be insanely attracted to, of course!
(And maybe someone with a lower pitched voice than Timberlake, don’t you think?
And maybe with less paparazzi around…) You might think that dating someone in the military is trying because they have to go away and their schedules can be hectic. It’s also true that being away from each other from time to time can lead to appreciating each other more when you are together. And whilst away you get to write each other ridiculously romantic letters.
Having a military pen pal means you have to communicate through texts, emails and letters.
When at home next to each other on the couch you don’t have to talk in the way you do through messages. Did you know that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt actually wrote each other old fashioned WWII type letters whilst away filming at different locations?