I’m afraid my FRiend you long for a mystical candidate.
Which does not exist
I should have said I was making a whimsical (non-serious) point.
The emotionless flat page of the written word often fails to convey our intentions behind words, the way face to face communication does to a greater extent; when our facial expression provides the description (what it means) of what we say, without our need to add that description in words.
I, for one, should added a /sarc at the end, as I am very often missing the sarcastic intent of what others have said. Mea culpa.