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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.
I used to have these imaginary friends named Boy and Girl. Whenever me and my mom would go to K-Mart, I would take them with me and talk to them and pick out clothes for them. When my mom would tell me she wasn't going to buy clothes for them, I turned around and told them I'd tell her I wanted them so she'd get them for me, but that I would let them wear it instead of me.
Then every morning my mom would wake me up for school and I would complain I had nothing to wear because Boy and Girl were wearing all my clothes!
I used to have a dragon imaginary friend. She was a beautiful purple dragon named Faeliyana. Faeliyana liked to solve puzzles and party with Papami, a paper dragon. She also was calm and peaceful. There was also a two-headed dragon named Earth and Sky.
I always thought my invisible friend was more intelligent than I was but his solutions to problems were nearly always wrong.
I used to have an imaginary friend called Deee [or Dean, maybe?] who I'd play with all the time. We used to be chased by men wearing bowler hats made entirly of shadows!?! Scary!
When I was little I had an imaginary pet goat named Andrew. He changed colors between blue and purple. If he (or I guess I) didn't like someone he would bite them.
When I was about 4 I had an invisible friend, Oscar, who was my "invisible pet octopus". Oscar would tell me what I should eat or whether or not I should do things - "No, Oscar says that I shouldn't eat those vegetables" or "Oscar said I don't have to go to bed now". I was an only child so it was nice to have this friend. My mother says she wasn't overly fond of Oscar, and I don't know why I decided upon an octopus.
I did try for a bit in kindergarten to convince people that this big tall blow up doll I had (NO!! Not that kinda blow up doll!) was my sister, who was very quiet except for a squeak when she was bent. I always wanted siblings, I guess.
I used to believe that my imaginary pals lived in two places and I would talk to them when I visited. My friends were called The Shaggy People, purely because they had very long fur! They were green, red, blue and yellow and looked a bit like Muppets. Except all you could see of them was their long fur, eyes and feet. They lived in the school toilets on the wall there and also in the waiting shelter on the platform of Brough Railway Station.When I was on a train going through Brough they would line up on the platform to greet me.
When I was around 4th grade, I made up a little cat named Diana. She sat on my head all day long. One of my friends in the gifted program that I saw once a week had an imaginary dog that followed him everywhere. Everytime I saw this guy I would grab Diana off of my head and protect her because his imaginary dog would come up and eat her. This happened a couple of times. I got mad at him and I would kick his imaginary dog and stroke my dear Diana. o_o;
A friend of mine used to have an invisible friend. the invisible friend was a lizard, called Lizzie. Lizzie went everywhere with my friend. then one day, as my friend was on the bus (Lizzie running alongside the bus in the road because she had no bus fare), and Lizzie the Lizard was run over by a mini. My friend has had a severe vendetta against minis ever since. tee hee.
When I was 3, my family moved cross-country from DC to California. Coincidently, my imaginary friends, Gagar and Ass moved with us as well! Gagar and Ass lived in the air conditioning vents in my bedroom, and we would have long conversations each night. At some point, Gagar and Ass had to leave, and they told me they were going on a long trip, never to return. Ahhh, but they were wrong! They have returned, 40 years later, in my neice's life: she is 3 years old and her imaginary friends are "Gaga" and "Magently!" Cool, eh?
i used to have an imaginary friend called Alibino...i told everyone he was really fat and couldn't fit in any of the rooms in our house. I think i thought he was my boyfriend...
When i was about 5 i thought my soccer team lived in my stomach. When no one was around, I would talk to them. There was one boy on it that i had a crush on, and I thought we were secretly growing closer whenever i talked to him. Sad, eh?
My favorite animal is the tiger. When I was younger (kindergarden-3rd grade), I had a family of imaginary Bengal tiger friends. They all had names and a unique personality. My favorite was a female named Tiger who could kill anybody and run faster than a cheetah. My teacher was concerned about my playing alone during recess and asked me if I was ok. I told her yes, I was just playing with my tiger family. You can imagine the look I got.
I beileved thst Mary-Kate and Ashley (Olsen) were my imaginary friends. They would follow me around whenever I wanted them too. Sometimes I would get mad at them I would "kill them" by pushing them off buildings. They I would call the adoption agency where I got them and have them photocopy 'imaginary twin sisters" again for me.
Ummm when I was around 6/7 my imaginary friends were Spiderman and X-Men & Superman, I remember when my cousins use to ask me a question I'd go behind the house and ask my friends and they always agreed. when spiderman 2 came out I was devastated coz I thought they were replacing my friend. When The guy who played Superman died I cried coz I felt like I lost a friend. I use to sit in my room for hours playing catch with them until I got bored coz they didn't feel like throwing back, lol
I use to believe that I had miniature people that lived n my pocket (affectionately called pocket people). I always thought their favorite thing to do was look out the car window while we were driving.
I used to have an imaginary friend as a kid called Mick and I used to shout at my parents not to stand on him (cos they almost did all the time) cos he was only about a foot tall and he used to tell me to pick rubbish up in the street to keep him alive. I stopped doing it and he disaapeared over time :( goes to show its all psychological
When I was about 4 or 5 i thought that I had a little dog named Wach (I didn't know how to spell watch so her name was Wach). Every day she would have a new litter of puppies (although she never met a boy dog). Wach was a Watch-Dog and always protected me. I took her everywhere and always gave her Cheeerios with water. She was pretty much my real dog. Weird, but I always thought I could feel her brown fur. Hmmmmmmm...
When I was about 6 or 7, I had an imaginary friend, who left for ice-cream one night. He never returned.