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i was an only child and my mom worked long hours so i wanted a pet to play with but she was alergic. She gave me a rock and told me she had a pet rock growing up and i could too. I thought that if i believed hard enough my pet rock would be real.He was happy when i was sad when i was and kept my secrets. he also liked to watch tv with me. that was his favorite thing. Best friend I ever had!
i always used to believe little foot(i think that's his name)from that dinosaur movie lived behind my toilet. i would always talk to him.
When i was little i actualy belived that our consicence was something about an inch tall. he was blue and walked inside ur brain...he was ur little friend that wispered things to you in what to do and not. except for some reson mine always wispered bad things^.^. heh..i belived and pictured in my mind that he had a little house inside my head thro my ear. he had pics up and a couch and a tv that he watched when i didnt need help or company. he had a bookshelf and everything lol. sometimes i still like to pretend hes there when i am lonely.
When I was 7, I used to be convinced that I was a Pokemon trainer. Charmander and Eevee were the Pokemon I used most often (like Pikachu) and I was the Gym Leader of Scarlet Town (I made it up -it was based on my hometown). Ash/Brock was my boyfriend and often cared for me when I was injured, tenderly bandaging my wounds and kissing me on the forehead. At one point, I made a "Trojan Horse" type trap for Team Rocket, which was a "present" made from a LARGE cardboard box for Meowth from his cousin "Towner".
This continued until I was 11.
when i was little i used to watch a show that had a boy and a girl mouse when i got bored i just put my hand up to a wall and they would walk onto my hand. and when i went in the car my dad had a gas lid that would open and close like a door and i would put my two mousey friends in it
When I was little I had an imaginary friend named Wingwang Zipzap. He was an intergalactic warrior but we hung out all the time. He always wore his cloaking device so humans couldn't see him. He was tall, had one eye on a stalk, and stick-like legs and arms, and a round belly. He was my friend since I was 3. When I was 13 (I was still friends) he was wounded in the battle of Andromeda. He moved into my house after the battle but he had a hard time walking (Nicshine warriors blew his one of his feet off). We still hang out, and his foot got repaired last week, so he can walk better now. He tells anecdotes from wars, from the War of the Universe (100,000,000 years ago) which nearly wiped out life, to the Battle of Andromeda (30 years ago.), which stopped the fighting between Nicshines and Blawblaws (his race) for the first time in 1000 years. I still believe in him and he is immortal.
When I was in kindergarten I had an imaginary friend named Sam. He (I'm pretty sure it was a he) was a squirrel. I genuinly believed he existed, only he was invisible. When I went to bed I would use my stuffed rabbit to represent him (don't ask). He usually hung out on the roof of my house then went to bed with me (as my rabbit as I mentioned earlier). Then I pretty stopped imagining him.
I used to believe that the Sandman (and his wife and kids, the whole family) lived in my closet. They were invisible, of course. My father would tell us stories about them at bedtime, and we'd leave the closet door cracked open just a teeny bit so that the Sand People could get out and wander around the world putting sleep-sand in people's eyes to make them sleep. And you know, when we woke up, there was usually a little bit of "sand" in the corner of one or both of our eyes!
I used to beieve that my little figure of violinist angel really plays violin when I'm asleep, so I often got up in the night to hear him playing. You guess: I haven't heard him not a once!
From the age of about 3 years old, I had two imaginary friends. One was called Oggy the other Freddy. They were little miniture ghost people, about 3ft tall and plump. They used to float either side of my head (Oggy was always on the Left) and were like my concience.
I had them for 3 years until my mum told me I was too old for imaginary friends... so I locked them in my grandmas birdcage, and they were consiquently eaten by the canary!
I used to have a friend. His name was "Ramesh Rabbit". He had two rabbit children and a rabbit wife with the same names as us and somehow, did everything we did. The strange part was, that he in no way resembled a rabbit and, with one simple turn, became my father, Ramesh. He was my friend till I was 7 years old and realised that he bore a remarkable resemblance to my own father...
When I was little(about 5), I had a boy imaginary friend and a girl imanginary friend.I loved the girl(Loretta) one and the boy one(jeff) was my friend.One day jeff and loretta got married and did not invite me.I was mad and asked my older sister (she was 12 at the time) to kill jeff.So her friends came bye in a cardboard box car and did a make believe drive by.After Jeff was shot down I married Loretta but after 1 year of happy marige my sister and her friends did a make believe drive
bye on her.....which broke my heart.
I hated her for 5 months before i got some real friends and forgot about it.
Between the ages of 3 and 5, I had a group of imaginary friends I remember quite vividly. They were 3 giant talking cats. There was an orange one, a white one, and a grey one named Hector. Then I saw the cartoon Heathcliff for the first time, and lo and behold, there was an orange talking cat, a white one, and a gray one- NAMED HECTOR! I was convinced that my imaginary friends were no longer imaginary. After all, they were big T.V. stars!
I have imaginary friends named Geeby, Darboo, Geeply, Abalone and Hallie. Silly names but I had them ever since I was two and three. Hallie is new, she's a cat and so is Abalone. Whenever I need my imaginary friends they always come along. They live in my tree apartment. I'm six now but I still have my five friends. Oh, my imaginary friends are here right now.
I used to have an imaginary friend who would only come out after it rained, i would imaging a puddle would turn in to blob with a smileyface. His name was puddle man, and we would go swimming in my pool and wade in puddles all day. My mother asked me what i was doing and i said " Not now mom i have to catch up to puddleman!!!" Wow i was weird lol
When I was in the fifth grade I had a imaginary friend named Randy. I based whatever was happening in his life off what was going on in the episodes of my favorite tv show. I based him on 2 of the male characters. Whenever he got a girlfriend I would cry and cry because I had a secret crush on my secret imagniary friend. My mom would ask what was wrong and I would tell her that Randy didn't like me and liked some other girl instead. I let her think he was a boy at school. She told me he wasn't worth it. When she started asking me more questions about him since I cried about him often (who's class was he in, did we play together at recess) I told her he moved. I was always really embaressed about him but he didn't 'go away' till I was in middle school and got a crush on a real guy at my school and didn't watch that dumb show anymore!
i've always had an imanginary freind named lily she was my best friend.
When I was very little, I so wanted a puppy, but my parents would never let me have one. So, in my desperation to have some sort of pet, I made up a little scruffy white Highland Terrier, called Toto. Toto sat on the sofa with me to watch television, he slept on my bed at night, and he even had a special bowl filled with water in the kitchen (that my parents insisted they, and my mean older brother would never kick over) I guess sometimes I was just plain lonely, having all my brothers friends living close by, while all mine lived in the bigger, posher houses further from the local primary school. Toto has now become a valued family heirloom-because I've now 'passed him on' to my littlest cousin, who is only five. She adores Toto, and even though her parents say he's not real, the rest of us cousins know he's merely invisible...
From 2 years old til i was 7 i had three giant imaginary friends. I was scared of 2 of them and would need mum to hide behind when they came. I'd know when they were coming because a bright orange snake would shoot past with lightening speed.They always visited one at a time.
When i was little I had 4 imaginary friends....but they married each other....the rasberry family and the marshmallow family.one day Mr.Marshmallow
was beating his wife and then was taken to jail.Later Ms.Marshmallow died from eating too much KFC.....after I got over that Mr.rasberry went to jail then comit suicide...(he did not want to pay child support).Sadly tho....the rest of them was hit tragicly by a train......see I was watching too many of my dads shows when I was little....