Poll: did you have a comfort item?
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View poll results: did you have a comfort item?
yes, of course
21 75%
no, I am literally stone
7 25%
Voters: 28.
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#1
You had one. What was it?


I had a toy golden lion tamarin that I got from our local zoo when I was probably 5 or 6. His name was Goldie (creative, I know)


Looked something like this:




I wish I still had it, but it got lost some time in my early teens
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#3
I had a blanket and a teddie bear. Still have them somewhere
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#4
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#7
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#8
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#10
a pretty shitty one tbh
my dad brought a blue stuffed bear with a jingle in it to the hospital the day i was born apparently, and i still have it on my bed by my pillow every night (despite him leaving when i was 1)
#11
I had a blue stuffed hippo when I was a kid. Was good to cuddle with when falling asleep.
#12
Shamoo plushie. I just called it Shammy.
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#17
I remember having toys i liked but not specifically a 'comfort item'. I do distinctly remember trying to though. I knew other kids had blankets or toys or something but i didn't really feel connected to anything... I tried to pretend as if I really liked my teddy bear and it was my favourite thing ever but I knew it wasn't true.

Now that I think about it, I had two imaginary friends that I was definitely attached to ... what does that say about me?
#18
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I remember having toys i liked but not specifically a 'comfort item'. I do distinctly remember trying to though. I knew other kids had blankets or toys or something but i didn't really feel connected to anything... I tried to pretend as if I really liked my teddy bear and it was my favourite thing ever but I knew it wasn't true.

Now that I think about it, I had two imaginary friends that I was definitely attached to ... what does that say about me?

Same here, I loved my stuffed toy dog (who's around here somewhere) but my imaginary friends were where it was at
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#19
I had a blue teddy bear called Blue Ted, my parents gave him to me the day I was born. I think I have it somewhere still.
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#22
A big bear called Humphrey c:

My sister had an even bigger bear that was bigger than me.
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#24
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A big bear called Humphrey c:

My sister had an even bigger bear that was bigger than me.

If I ever have a kid, it is getting one of these things
Come back if you want to
And remember who you are
‘Cause there's nothing here for you my dear
And everything must pass
#25
Believe it or not, I had a teddy bear (among a plethora of other stuffed animals/entities).

It was called "bruintje", which is probably best translated as "brownie". Don't worry, it wasn't racist. He told me so.
#26


Not really a comfort item, but if I was still 5 and I could run into my burning house and grab 1 thing, it probably would've been this.

It was exactly as awesome as it looks.
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#27
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I had a blue teddy bear called Blue Ted, my parents gave him to me the day I was born. I think I have it somewhere still.


I call bullshit.

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#29
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wouldn't it be weird if adults had comfort items


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#31
Let's see when I was two I had be hospitalised for a procedure to correct an issue with my akles, when my parents went to take me home (as the story goes) I refused to let go of the blanket so the hospital let me have it, I don't remember the ordeal but I remember the blanket as had it around until I was about 5 or 6, I didn't carry it orund like Linus but It was the blanket I covered up with at night.
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#33
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#35
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#36
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#37
Just one? I had zillions of stuffed animals and I loved them all. Most of them got thrown out or donated but I still have a few. I also have the blanket I was swaddled in at the hospital when I was born.
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#38
Quote by mind_meld
I remember having toys i liked but not specifically a 'comfort item'. I do distinctly remember trying to though. I knew other kids had blankets or toys or something but i didn't really feel connected to anything... I tried to pretend as if I really liked my teddy bear and it was my favourite thing ever but I knew it wasn't true.

Now that I think about it, I had two imaginary friends that I was definitely attached to ... what does that say about me?

tbf, the main reason I liked my stuffed animals was because I thought/imagined they would come alive at night (thanks for that, pixar), so in a way they were my imaginary "friends" who only really showed up when I wasn't there to bother them.
Which is really sad now that I think about it...
#40
A teddy bear I got from my neighbour who found me in the backyard when 3yr old me broke my leg. Named the bear Bob after that neighbour.

My dad and I were the only ones home, he was mowing the front lawn and I was playing in the yard, I made my way to the backyard (all the good toys were back there and it was fenced in). I tried to balance on a ball like they do at the circus, I fell, got my leg stuck in a gas meter, and broke my femur. So there I was, bawling, my dad is mowing the lawn and can't here me over the mower. Good ole, neighbour Bob to the rescue.
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