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when i was 6 i had an imaginary friend called nigel and i used to play with him and he lived in my granddads closet so whenever i went round there i got him out and played with him and when i wasnt at my granddads house he was at butlins bognor and i used to go there on holidays and when i get to butlins he is at my granddads

liam ebblewhite
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I had a friend when I was younger who had an imaginary friend named "Germs". He chose that name because our parents were always telling us that germs are invisible.

David B. - Georgia
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I had an imaginary friend when I was about six, Steam the Chicken, a spectral rooster composed of water droplets who inhabited the bathroom shower. I would talk to him at length while taking showers, but he would only respond with a series of clucks. The friendship came to an end one day when I saw that Steam had been beheaded, plucked and roasted by some unknown entity.

Anon
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When I was little I had an immaginary friend named Brian. He was a foot tall and on the bus to school we would drink tea and eat crumpets(even tho I didn't know what they were) and he would wear assorted fancy hats.

Anon
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When I was about 5 or 6, I had an imaginary elephant named Peanut. Whenever me and my mom went to the store I'd by pretend peanuts and egg salad sandwiches and would 'feed' them to him.

Being a kid is fun
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When I was about 10 and my little sister was four, we went on a family camping trip to France one summer. One day, I found Katie, my sister, starring at a tree a little way away from our tent. She told me that was were Boris, the cheetah, lived. Boris was a french cheetah, who was pink (with pink spots), and, coincidentaly, loved all the food which Katie hated (nameably, everything healthy.). Boris came home with us, and for about the next year and a half, whenever my Mum said 'Katie, eat your vegetables.', she always answered, 'But then Boris will starve!'

To this day, we don't know if Boris was an honest figment of my little sister's imagination, or a clever ploy to guilt my parents into giving her more biscuits.

Ruby
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I have an imaginry friend. Her name is Caryn and i can talk to her in my mind. I can here her talking all the time to me and she is my best friend. But she isnt a person. shes adog. like a border collie or somethin. shes bin in my mind for a few years since my dog Semmy died which was 4 years ago,. i am 10
-Nicole

Nicole
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I am 19 and have two imaginary best friends (one girl and one boy).
They dont play anything with me, but whenever i am down or just feeling lonely they will come and comfort me.

Ly
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I always wanted an imaginary friend, but I never actually had one, so I would walk around pretending to talk to my imaginary friend, but I couldn't really see one!

Homniesha
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I used to believe that my television set was inhabited by a strange creature called Ginger. Ginger resembled an anteater, except he was covered in feathers. He was bright blue with orange stripes. He liked to come out of the TV at night, when I was sleeping. His favorite hobby was moving around my things, and I always blamed him when my hairbrush went missing. (He loved that hairbrush--I would ALWAYS blame him whenever I couldn't find it, which was most mornings.)

One night, when my friend Ashley was sleeping over, we devised a plan to capture Ginger and put a stop to his antics for good. It involved a peanut butter sandwich, a drawing of some grapes, and an old fruit crate... We never did catch him, but my parents wondered what the heck I'd tied to my window rod...

Freezair
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Since I was 4, I thought pink and blue ghosts came and stole my toys while I slept (though, usually, I misplaced them the day before and blamed it one the ghosts). I even think I saw one once. ;) Soon I made an imaginary swarm of super-strong flies to keep them away. I still pretend that they're there; Some times when I'm reeeeaaally bored I imagine them flying about. ^_^ I'm currently 12.

Evilspirit; Black Beast of the Northeast
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When I was little I had an "aunt" who was my imaginary friend. Her name was Aunt Itallyamoo (it-ul-e-ah-moo) Supposedly she cooked the best pastina in the world! She had a husband named Jack. He used to get kicked out of the car from my Aunt Itallyamoo and pee on peoples lawns. Of course he was fake also. My grandmother sent me a card that was Aunt itallyamoo and she sent me pastina! I freaked out! Jack looked like a gray haired Bob Saget :D and Aunt itallyamoo looked like the fat kid from the disney show Recess. The freaky part was....The kid who she looked like was a boy! I loved her so much! I can still see them in my mind.

I [3 Aunt Italyamoo
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I used to have a family made up of a lady, a robot and a few other characters i can't remember, all in my mind. They would never appear before me, but they'll just advise me in my mind. Sometimes, the robot would talk so loud, I had to shut my ears, but to no avail. But, they have disappeared for very long already. I guess it was my mind's way of bringing me on the right track and making good decisions as a small kid.

Meetal
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I had an imaginary friend named Saiya when I was in kindergarten. We went everywhere together and having conversation like normal people.
Saiya is a boy with brown hair and always wearing red shirt and red short.
I still remember the day when Saiya's gone.
My granddad forbid me to talk with him. Of course because actually he cant see Saiya. Only me can see him and I do miss him. I hope I could meet him again.

Keenya
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i used to believe that to have an imaginary friend u had to only imagine really hard once - like barney - and then they would actually appear and be your friend...mine ever lasted :(

Maryam
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when i was little i had an imaginary friend named cik madot.i think it looks like a duck.well,i don't really remember it but my mom said she saw me talking alone,and when she asked who i was talking to,i simply said,of course cik madot!haha

husna
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when i was 8 i used to have an imaginary friend named denise, we went everywher together, so i decided to make a city of them, turned out my sister told me they were fake and stopped believing. then a year ago i made another named ellie, she was my very best friend, one day she did a cartwheel on the way to school and a truck ran her over, i am very sad and now, i feel more quiter.

Lauren
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When I was young, I had an imaginary friend named Margot(I would flip if you didn't pronounce it like Margo), and she lived downstairs because she was in a wheelchair until I "bought" her a rocket wheelchair that could fly her up to my room and she couldnt get out of her wheelchair, so I bought another one that reclined back because she got back problems from sleeping sitting up. Margot had a boyfriend whose name I forget. One day I blew up a balloon and drew a picture of Margot and her boyfriend. I then thought that if the balloon popped, then they'd die, so I kept it safe. Eventually, the balloon lost all of its air and Margot and boyfriend were flattened to a pancake, so I had to send them to Colarado to get them their shape back because I believed there was a big air compressor in Denver. So they walked to the airport in my backyard (it was imaginary), and they said their goodbyes, got on the plane, and they never came back. :'( I thought they filled themselves with too much air and they popped

Soup
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When I was little I had two good imaginary friends that I used to play with all the time. When they stopped coming to play with me (i.e..I grew out of it) I assumed that they must have died. My mother apparently found me sobbing my eyes out at the kitchen table. I was mourning their death for weeks...

Katy
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when i was younger i used to belive that i had a friend in my computer that would talk to me by typing to me,it all started one day when i came home from school and on my computer it said hi melody my name is jamie can we be friends? i typed yes and left to go to the bathroom. when i came back it said cool! on down it said after you type to me go to the bathroom for one minute and don't look in this room till the one minute is up! that went on for a couple of weeks till one day i came in and found my uncle typing on the computer welcome home mel, from jamie! well the jig was up!! i felt dumb!

melody
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