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23 / F / US
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Posted 1/1/14
Yes. I had a imaginary friend and an imaginary world... I wasn't allowed to go outside or play. My sister was a monster, she was 13 and I was 5-6 and my mom would work the whole day. My sister used to lock me up in my room until my mom came home, I didn't have a tv or toys in my room so I created imaginary friends. I gave them names and created a world for them it is even weirder than it sounds but I'll leave it there.

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i had to create my own with the environment i grew up in. i was incredibly she and timid. was never good at conversations or carrying them on. it was hard for me to make friends. so i was always alone by myself. still sort of am today

so yes i had my own little imagined world for many reason one of the BIGGEST REASONS was to stay unbored ball the time since there was usually nothing to do
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19 / F / Balmer, Murlin
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I did not have an imaginary friend, because I was actually rather popular when I was little and had plenty of playmates. My one friend and I loved to play imaginative scenarios, though, like pretending we were dogs at a shelter or that we were Indiana Jones-like adventurers in the dense forests of Africa. We also had made-up characters that we'd play along with, but I don't remember much of them since they were pretty much throw-away, one-time creations.

I kind of regret not having an imaginary friend, though. They sound like heaps of fun.
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21 / M / Currently at CHIM...
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Posted 1/1/14
The only imaginary friend I had was a weird Earthworm Jim/Spawn hybrid.
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23 / M
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Posted 1/1/14 , edited 1/1/14
No. I had video games, which I suppose would be other peoples made up worlds.
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18 / F / Australia
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Posted 1/2/14
I was constantly living in a made up world and/or fantasies.
Reading literature, writing, video games, anime, manga.
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22 / F / Canada
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Posted 1/2/14
At least a hundred. I'd step out of one and into another as the days went on, and some were shared with friends, others were private, and a few have become novels that I want to share someday.
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60 / USA
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Posted 1/2/14
Nope, I saved imaginary friends for my much savored impending senility.
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18 / M / Tórshavn
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Posted 1/8/14
Not imaginary friend nor world, but when I was playing weird types of games I used to make up things so that I would get an advantage in the game lol xD Must have been frustrating for the other kids that I did that and they didn't know what the hell was going on xD
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21 / M / Amegakure
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Posted 1/8/14 , edited 1/8/14
Well I didn't really have an imaginary friend growing up because I was into video games and anime a lot.
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33 / M / The IshVille
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Posted 1/8/14
No imaginary friend, because I had lots of real friends. But, I did daydream of an imaginary world where I had superpowers. I mean, what kid doesn't, right?
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74 / F / GDragon's bedroom...
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Posted 1/8/14
Imaginary friend sits on my chest every night.
Maybe it's a demon instead? Ghost?
Well wuteva it is it's fat and I can't breath when it sits on thy chest.
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Posted 1/8/14
why do you have to be a kid to have an imaginary friend i made an imaginary best friend freshman year in college and six years later he is still my imaginary best friend

also,


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26 / M / Hawaii
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Posted 1/8/14
I didn't have any imaginary friends, but I did create a world (in middle school or so) that could be a sci-fi novel. Basically, the Earth became a war-torn world and to escape it, me, the general, eventual leader of the country, devised a plan to build a grand space station to live on. The space station was like an artificial earth surrounded by a clear, protective shell. This shell controlled the weather and could produce artificial sunlight/moonlight. Meanwhile, there are various events that happen that forces me to win wars for survival. As time went on, two other space stations were built: a half-sized version of the first for more space and one dedicated to the military. I love huge, epic battles. That is pretty much where it stemmed from. It isn't very realistic, but I have kept it up over the years and added more to the story in my head.
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19 / F / Vancouver,British...
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Posted 1/8/14
My imaginary friend was a worm names Yuki...why a worm you ask? No idea, I ask myself that too.
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