#1
When you were younger did you have an imaginary friend when you were younger? If so, elaborate.

When I was about 6, I had an imaginary friend called Gerald. It was quite cool, as we could do pretend stuff together. Eventually I started having more important things to do than stuff with Gerald. We occasionly did stuff together, but not much.

I decided that then rather than forget about Gerald and that be the end of it, I decided that he would catch the plane to Melbourne to be the friend of another child who needed an imaginary friend. What a dignifying way for him to go! I was not sad, because I can see Gerald whenever I want anyway.

Elaborate on your stories of imaginary friends.
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No, I've never had an imaginary friend. I was never that out of touch with reality as a wee child.
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I had one named Gustav, but he wasn't trustworthy, so I had him... "Deleted" from my life.

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I had one named Gustav, but he wasn't trustworthy, so I had him... "Deleted" from my life.

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A real ectoplasm bath, eh?


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#10
did i have one??? no...

do i have one??? many, thier names are enrique, jafanda, penis, and mr bean...
I dont know...

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Wow.

I didn't have one.
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#14
My old Invisible friends name was Dilbert, But my mom smashed him in the car door.
So I got a new one his name was Kangy, we are twins
#15
My old Invisible friends name was Dilbert, But my mom smashed him in the car door.
So I got a new one his name was Kangy, we are twins
#16
No, I wasn't that big of a loser. I did, however, name my bowl. His name is Charlie. He has his very own personality. He's really a very optimistic person, and always has encouraging comments. Wow, what irony.
#17
My imaginary friend was named Tappy.

He moved to Buffalo and died of a heart attack when I was 6. I'm not making this up, either.
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that made me laugh and cry at the same time....

but anyway... yeah... my imaginary friend's name was Fred.... and he was a flying bald monkey... he became a celebrity amongst me and my friends.... Gawd those were the days....
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#20
First off, fuck whoever posted that pic. That shit isnt the least bit funny.

Anyway, on topic. Did???? I still do. And they dont like you.
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My imaginary friend was named Tappy.

He moved to Buffalo and died of a heart attack when I was 6. I'm not making this up, either.

Hey, where are you from in Pittsburgh? That's where I'm from. Im going to Pitt

No I don't think I ever had any imaginary friend. But I did eat dog biscuits. That kept me pretty entertained
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#22
Heh heh.. I had two imaginary friends, one was Where's Wally (from the TV show) and the other was Crash Bandicoot (from the Playstation game). I watched waaay too much TV...
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When you were younger did you have an imaginary friend when you were younger? If so, elaborate.

When I was about 6, I had an imaginary friend called Gerald. It was quite cool, as we could do pretend stuff together. Eventually I started having more important things to do than stuff with Gerald. We occasionly did stuff together, but not much.

I decided that then rather than forget about Gerald and that be the end of it, I decided that he would catch the plane to Melbourne to be the friend of another child who needed an imaginary friend. What a dignifying way for him to go! I was not sad, because I can see Gerald whenever I want anyway.

Elaborate on your stories of imaginary friends.


Well, what DO you expect? You are from Tasmania for Gods sake.
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#25
i don't know. i think i just had a sleu of imaginary bitches i had sex with. that's still pretty much the way it works though.

i probably had one, but i mean, my family moved around so much when i was younger, it's hard to keep in touch.
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#27
I was always to busy with real friends... We had soo much fun back then.
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#30
notice how everyone here says they "had" imaginary friends.... so wtf happened to them. did you guys murder them off or some shit?
#31
Aren't you that guy who started that thread about being stoned? That explains your post here I'm kidding.
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#32
I never had an imaginary friend, but i'm not from tasmania, what the hell is wrong with the rest of you?
#35
I had a 'friend' in Kindergarten who I think may have been my imagination. I don't ever remember hanging out with him but I knew him without previous meeting.
I never knew his name, I think he told me once, but I don't remember, I only vaguely remember the scene.
I do distinctly remember I was talking to him over a small fence (small enough for a kindergarten kid to have his head look over) and I asked him where my friend was, or if he'd seen where he was (it was lunch time). Anyway I got distracted for like a second (I think by the friend I was looking for) and I turned around to tell the kid I found him, AND NO ONE WAS THERE.

I saw him a few times . I have some theories though. Either he was a sort of imaginary friend, or he left the school without telling me.
#37
Whoever laughed at that baby picture without any arms is going to hell. I don't know why someone would laugh at that at all. I'm absolutely disgusted.

And for the record - I did have an imaginary friend and I still do.
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#39
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When you were younger did you have an imaginary friend when you were younger? If so, elaborate.

When I was about 6, I had an imaginary friend called Gerald. It was quite cool, as we could do pretend stuff together. Eventually I started having more important things to do than stuff with Gerald. We occasionly did stuff together, but not much.

I decided that then rather than forget about Gerald and that be the end of it, I decided that he would catch the plane to Melbourne to be the friend of another child who needed an imaginary friend. What a dignifying way for him to go! I was not sad, because I can see Gerald whenever I want anyway.

Elaborate on your stories of imaginary friends.


That's awesome.

"I know a mouse and he hasn't got a house. I don't know why I call him Gerald. He's getting rather old, but he's a good mouse."

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That picture of the armless baby is depressing, how can you twisted ****ers find that amusing?