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Posted 8/8/13
I don't think I had an imaginary friend (or world), but I did have stuffed animal friends. Rather than having an imaginary friend I would rather have an imaginary clone (preferably real clone) of myself. Two of me could achieve great things lol.
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Posted 8/8/13
I had lived within my own little imagination land throughout my childhood with a town of strange characters that could solely been created by the mind of a utterly weird,intelligent or even insanely open minded 7 year old.

I was always a quiet boy who played in his imaginary purgatory all day.
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Posted 8/15/13
Yup hahaha I really remember my imaginary friend
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28 / F / georgia, usa
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i had many which maybe thats not something to brag about lol Krystal who was a half demon and angel, Christian a very cold hearted former empress who enjoyed spending all of her time in battle. Edan a young vampire with amazing strength but he is loving and protective to no end, Tristan an ancient earth spirit who existed since the dawn of time, victor a very smooth talking vampire who can charm any girl or guy into bed :p, Chris a massive muscular man who use to serve as general in christians army though he is not all that bright but he is very i suppose you would say fatherly like, Ethan who would be Edan's sire and also his master he is a giant of a man and....well i suppose you can pretty much call him a sadistic rapest cause thats what he does best and he enjoys it he also hates pretty much all women, and jade a hermaphroditic bar maiden :p

....yeah i've always had a weird imagination
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Posted 8/15/13
Yup.. I had lots of them! They say it's a sign of creativity, intelligence and contrary to popular belief, it's also a sign of advanced social skills. Most people seemed to think that kids who had imaginary friends did so because they couldn't make any real ones. This has since be proven to be quite the opposite for most children, myself included.
I do a lot of writing and have even published a novella. When I'm writing it sometimes seems as if my characters come to life and have minds of there own! If there are any other writers here, I'm wondering if this is true for you? It's not like I think they're real but it's almost like they are. I'll even have conversations with them sometimes, usually when I'm frustrated with what they're doing in the story..
I don't think, I'm crazy.. but crazy people never do.. lol
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Posted 8/15/13
I sort of did in the sense that I made one simply named 'Joe' (DAT CREATIVITY) but I never bothered to use the concept enough. However, I do enjoy doing different voices so I talk to myself a lot. The bad side to that is it makes you look like a crazy person with a split personality disorder.
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20 / F / Planet Earth
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Posted 8/15/13
I used to pretend to be with characters from animes I really liked as a kid so I guess that counts
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Posted 8/15/13
I did not as a kid, but schizophrenia has a way of helping you with that.
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Posted 8/15/13
I never had any imaginary friends. I've always liked watching other people interact more than being in the thick of it myself, so my outlet was reading, or writing stories of my own, rather than dreaming up a companion for myself. I guess I was of the opinion that my own presence in my imaginary world was irrelevant; I never saw the appeal of being a character.

Nowadays, I have no trouble looking at myself impartially as just that, though, so I'm regretting my hands-off approach to socialization a little. In retrospect, I kind of wish that I had had an imaginary friend or two, but at the same time, I wouldn't be me if I had, and I certainly don't want a do-over as drastic as that, so c'est la vie.
Posted 8/15/13
My imaginary friend is so imaginary that he whispers sweet nothing's in my ear while I sleep. I just made no sense at all, but that's ok because I'm awesome.
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Posted 8/15/13
As a child, unless I was trying to use my imagination, I saw things with realism. I don't think I ever had an imaginary friend because at the time, video games filled the gap. I've grown out of it, but I still play video games.
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Posted 9/21/13
I have an imaginary friend.
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I didn't, but I did have an imaginary world where my imaginary characters lived. I dont remember the details anymore but I wrote down the story. That was my first time I felt thrill when I wrote something. I didn't finish the story though I dragged it out too much haha
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Yep. Me and my twin both had them. I forgot my friends name but my brothers name was Terrance. We used to play hide and seek and have tea parties all the time. Then in college when I got depressed I made up my own imaginary world as sort of a happy place
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Posted 9/21/13
We used to live in a house that was built back in 1920. My son would tell me about the "making friends" and the "glass people"
Making friends were made up of shadows and seemed like they weren't very nice to him. He didn't like them much.
the glass people were transparent and he thought they were ok, except a little girl who would pinch him.
He said he would tell her mommy on her.
this continued from the time he was 2 until he was 6 (when we moved to a different house.)
I couldn't tell you if they were imaginary or not. I guess it would depend on what your beliefs were.

It's been 3 years now, and he doesn't remember any of this.
I remember it clearly, because I was starting to get worried since it wasn't 'fun imaginary friends'
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