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I used to believe that I had an imaginary friend named "Dabbie" who looked a LOT like Kirk Cameron from Growing Pains....haha....I also had a bit of a crush on him...

S.T.
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when i was younger i used to think that a boggie man was under my bed and if i wouldnt go to sleep he would come out and get me.but then i relized [kinda] that he wasnt there but there was someone under my bed Cathy, Matty, Teddy, and silly my imaginary friends. but later on that year my dad told me that they were not real.

Shada
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When I was younger I spent all my time playing with my sister. She was 2 years older than me, so she started school while I was left at home. So, I made up an imaginary friend. Her name was Julie and she was a vampire. At the time Beetlejuice was my favorite movie, so I decided that Julie could only be reached if you drew a door in the dirt with a stick and knocked on it three times. As my sister began coming home with stories from school I started to get jealous so I made up my own school. After my sister told her stories I told all about my school (which Julie went to also). In my school I had 3 teachers, a mean one, a nice one and a funny one. I even made up classmates giving each of them a different personality. I would adlib stories about them and my sister would always crack up. I should have been a writer.

Midget
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When I was a child I used to believe that a prince would come on a horse to get me and go flying in the sky to some beatiful place.I spent hours looking through the window, waiting for him.I am so romantic until now and I love Disney`s romances.

Romantic girl
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When I was a child, I used to have an imaginary friend, his name was Tagoshi, I don't know why, but it was his name. And I used to talk with him when I was alone.

Hikari
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when i was young, i had two imanginary friends: shoopa (the girl) and digga (the boy). i still remember what they looked like--they were like rounded stick figures, and shoopa had really short hair, and they were my "children". ( eventually had "hundreds" who "kept me up all night") the children thing is a little weird cuz they were black--which i'm not!! (i guess i didn't get race or they weren't biological...) i had one other, biga (named after a bakery) who looked---i'm not eve kidding---like my great granma! i'm not that weird noadays, though i still laugh when i drive by biga the bakery... remembering my children shoopa, digga, biga, and all the other "hundreds" of kids!!! :)

Cammy
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When I was in primary shool me and my best friend both pretended to be adults ALL the time, it was our favourite game. She was a play-group teacher with a whole class of children (they had names and some had personalities) and I was a fashion designer with an assistant called Linda. We both had husbands (mine was called David Johnson and was Lindas brother) and 13 children (2 teenagers, 8 children of various ages, a toddler, and twin babies). Between us we also had about 50 pets (who Linda and her friends were payed to look after) including horses who we 'rode' to school. After we stopped playing with them I still believed I had an alter-ego called Josie (my middle name) who was living this life, but had divorced David and was now married to Lindas other brother (and Davids twin :S) John. It never occoured to me that this made him 'John Johnson'.

Josie ;)
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When I was in preschool, my parents took me to the zoo. I loved the petting zoo. I came home with imaginary animal friends. They were each called by the name of their species. Example: Goat was a goat and Sheep was a sheep. They followed me around everywhere and could talk.

Sharon
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When I was in preK and like 3 years old, we would always have "snacktime" where we would sit at the table and eat pretzels or crackers. Sometimes our teacher would vacuum the class room while we ate. I always laid my head down on the table and heard the noise from the vaccuum and I could of sworn there was a tiny family living inisde the table that were also vaccuuming. And even when she wasnt vaccuuming, I used to tap my fingers on the table and sware it was the little table people.

Table people friend
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i used to believe that if you got rid of your inagensry friends they would turn into a BOOGIEMAN HA HA HA!!!!!

the 2 of us
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I used to believe that Sailor Moon was a real person, and that the sailor scouts were going to come get me if I was good enough. Every time it snowed I thought Sailor Pluto was getting closer. I had an entire diary devoted to how I would look once I transformed into a sailor scout. :p And I honestly thought it was true.

Hansmankey
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When i was about eight, i saw Peter Pan for the first time. I was convinced that he and Tinkerbell existed. I tried to fly by sprinkling "pixie dust" (ice cream sprinkles) on my head and jumping off the couch. I even taped a note on my window telling Peter that i was ready to go to neverland but i would have to tell my mom first.

Hannah
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When I was little, I had an imaginary friend that lived in the woods beside my house. He was an old man with a long beard and all white hair. He was really sweet but he had a whole lot of snakes so I called him the snake man. I can't remember when I stopped going into the woods to see him, but I can say still to this day that I remember exactly what he looks like. Just like you remember people you really meet.

cole
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I went to catholic school and when I was in kindergarden our teacher told us that all children have guardian angels to protect them. Later on I fell in the playground and scraped my knee. When I went home I told my mom about what had happened and that I wanted to get a new guardian angel because mine wasn't doing his job. I obsessed about this for some time, every time I bumped into something, or fell I'd think "I need a new guardian angel!!"

Patrick
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Back when I was five or six, my best friend and I were hanging out on the playground. Her older sister was showing off her new yo-yo, and we were immensly jealous. So, we created our own imaginary friends. We each had a chipmunk, and it could turn into a yo-yo!

We had hours of fun playing with them. Then we started creating more and more. Eventually, some other kids asked us what we were doing.

I told them we had 'Invisible Animals'. They wanted some too. So I handed them an egg (invisible, of course), and said that if they held it close to their heart, it would hatch into their own animal!

God, I was a strange child. O.O

Canis
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When I was younger, i not only had an imaginary friend....i had an entire imaginary class!

I wanted to be a teacher, so everywhere I went, i woul dexplian to "my class" where we were going and why, I used to even read them stories and give them lessons on the chalkboard easel in my room

I was such a dork!

Jessica
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After seeing The Borrowers when I was little, I used to believe all of these little people used to take things from you, then give them back. But I also used to think there were The Stealers witch used to take things without giving them back. So when I lost something, (I always did) and it turned up, I used to say, "Thank you Borrowers!" But when something didn't turn up, I would say, "Its not my fault, The Stealers took it!"

Antony
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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...

Shuns
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My parents realized that I was a messed-up kid when my imaginary friend died.

I actually couldn't stand her at all. But I still cried when she died.

abracadaver
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When i was about 8 or 9, i told my sister who was about 5 or 6, that there was a girl who lived in England, but she would visit our nieghbors and come over to our house, so i would tell my sister that i had to go to the bathroom, but i would really change clothes and my hair and come out and talk with a British accent and pretend i was "Amanda" the girl from England! My sister believed it until i told her when she was about 11!

Suzie
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