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I had a few imaginary friend as a kid.
The first that I can remember was Hobbes. My dad read Calvin and Hobbes a lot, and I did too, so I got a lot of ideas. After a while I got tired of him so shoved him into the paper shredder.
I also had a friend named Emily. My mom told me she liked the name, so I made her the sister I never had. I can never remember what happened to her, but I think I ditched her for Lindsay Lohan (or Halley) after seeing the Parent Trap.
The last one is Carrie. When I was in like fourth grade, I watched Carrie at a sleepover. I wasn't afraid of it, but intrigued by it. I pretended she hadn't died, and instead I made her my friend. She talked to me whenever Chris Hargensen would give her crap. Then I had to accept the fact that she did die. Live on, Carrie. You were always my favorite.
When I was younger, and I would ride in the back of the car by myself, I would buckle the other two seatbelts because I thought there were two green aliens, with the typical antenna, etc. And that one was a boy alien and the other was a girl alien with a pink ribbon on her antenna to indicate that it was, in fact, a girl. They would just sit there and not talk to me at all. Waaaah.
I still have my imaginary friends, but my momma tells me: "your 13. You have REAL friends. Get rid of 'em." Well, I NEVER LISTEN. I have, here are ALL thier names: Dustin, Jake, Jack, Jackie, Lenny(who's an achoholic) He died. And, my sleepover buds.: Amy, Ally, Samantha, Alex, Sally, and brittiany.When I first made Dustin, I knew my life would change dramatically and emotionlly and it did. I still have Dustin, I've had him since I was 'bout 10 yrs. old. We met on the swingset. I'm a lonely girl who just needs some friends, and I have 'em They are all INVISIBLE, and they are my B.F.F.A.A. They are my brothers and sister I am partially an only child. But I have no sis. or bro. living with me. So they are the best, and only friends I've ever had, AND WILL 4EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!
I used to have an imaginary friend named George. He was 25, handsome, and tall. My parents for the longest time thought that I was being visited by some guy every night. He and I did everything together, until he "supposedly" got into a car accident and broke a leg and arm. He for some reason never recovered, got married, left me, and died. This was one of the saddest times of my life.
When I was little, I had an imaginary friend named 'Steve'. Steve died when my dad sat on him at a family gathering.
When I was 5, I had an imaginary friend called Georgina. I believed she lived inside my locket necklace. I used to cycle around the streets talking to her loudly, I remember saying "Come on Georgina, we need to go and find my new imaginary friend to live with you!" Then I ran about the street wildly, saying "Georgie! Come back! You need to go home to my locket now!" and then shut my locket and sighed because she had gone "home".
when i was young i thought my shadow was like a npother rase and that it just liked to follow people so when i ever i had to eat or do anything i would include it as a person and everthing i would do i would blame it on shadow .
still do sometimes ....
I had a imaginary BOY-friend actually. he was Legolas (big suprise huh?) and he'd always sleep beside me or cuddle me after a cry. he'd whisper to me in Elvish and walk beside me so I wasn't alone. He's still around, but he keeps me from making wrong descisions
This is my little brother's belief:
He used to tell us that he had a secret other family that he went to at night. His father was Pete, a fat man with a mustache and a bowler cap. His mother was Chip, a lady who always wore her hair in a ponytail. Then there was his sister, Flower, and his baby brother, Chuck. When he was bored with them, he would give us the news that they had all died in a freak submarine accident. Two weeks later, he would report that they had been found among the wreckage without injuries, and that they were alive and kicking. When I inquired how he could have two families, he proposed that he had been born by two mothers. Half of him had been born from my Mom, and the other half was from Chip.
Yeah...he was weird, all right.
My little sister used to have an imaginary friend called Jason Emmiel. She never got to meet him, but she used to talk to him on the phone (dunno what she heard?) and send him faxes by putting notes under the phone.
when in the car i got bored so i looked out the window and pretended i was racing my imaginary friends their was oliver the dog and his girlfriend venus, red the giant horse, fox the well fox who had a pocket wicth he could hold everything in (like in cartoons) and bird who could turn into any other bird such as goldern eagles or hunning birds.i could only see them in the car(i had my shadow for indoors)
if i couldn't be bothered racing red would pull a long a stage supplied by fox and the dogs would dance on them.
i have had many different imaginary friends. When i was four, i had a dog, nickel. He was a dalmation. I went for a long time with nickel until he ran away. Next, my most recent is Ty, this really awesome and cool guy, who's my age. I also have Danny, he's a hyperactive-ninja who also is obssessed with the show naruto. My mom thinks i'm phycho, but i don't think so. Mom, if you're reading this, I"M NOT CRAZY!!!!!!!
I had an imaginary friend named Scarlett Sheffield. She was British, with long blonde hair, long bangs, and plump red lips. She was always in haute couture and would often tell me what to wear. Sometimes, even now at age 13, when I am getting dressed I still hear her voice in my head saying, "That doesn't match..."
This wasn't mine, this was my sister's. She used to think that I was really a cat named Beyonickle and that I was her cat/human daughter (she's two years younger than me). I hated this game a whole lot, and would only play it because she would feed me "treats", usually Cheetos. I'd make a weird "ahh ahh!" noise and she'd say "Oh Nickle! Are you hungry?" and give me Cheetos. Once they were all gone, I'd say I was tired of playing.
Needless to say, we don't do that anymore.
I used to think I had an invisable friend named Rose. I remember getting mad at my best friend because she said HER invisable friend was Rose. I also remember talking to "Rose" in my room, like a real normal conversation with a real person. My sisters always heard me talk to "Rose" too.
I used to(and still do) have infinity imaginary friends
and some were mean and some were nice and if 1 didnt want to be imaginary then there will be 1 in its place that is the exact opposite of the 1 that left.
When i was a kid and other kids used to say they had an imaginary friend. I thought that it was a real person made up, by the kid. and that it was just invisible. I used to get pretty ticked off, when there imaginary friend, wouldn't say or do anything around me. I tried to make an imaginary friend of my own. When nothing happend i just got more ticked off. I just thought what is the point of this.
I used to believe I had an imaginary friend named "Mary Poppins". He (yes, HE) was a sheep and all he could say was "Drop dead fredddddd~!" I just realized there was a movie about an imaginary friend named Drop Dead Fred a few days ago ^^;
I used to daydream about an owl named Peter who wore a hat kinda like indiana jones hat. He lived in a forest with huge trees and he lived in one of them. His home was like the interior of my mind and its motifs were changed as i walked through different memories of my past. Peter would be my guide and guardian and we would have conversations about life. I stopped going there when i was about 12. A memorable time there was when my grandfather died. I was 8 and Peter was the one I talked to. He told me that my grandfather was still watching over me.
I maade up a weird creature when I was very little. It was a Goomp (or some other name that sounded descusting) They looked like clouds of grime.