Describe your imaginary friend/pet & the things you did together.

Did you tell anyone else about this?

How old were you?

#1

Well, well, well, I'm glad you asked! I had a parallel family-- a girl my age named Chocolate (but sometimes Strawberry), a younger boy my brother's age, Blueberry (FYI I used to hate blueberries), twins named Juice and Juice (but you have so say it super fast-- juiceandjuice), and a dog named Apple that I had to take for walks. Yes, I have always loved food, and I was a bit extra as a preschooler!!

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3 days ago

I was between the ages of 3-5, and they came up regularly in conversation. I have some cute videos of little me talking about "my kids" aka the imaginary friends :)

#2

When I was about 2, I had an imaginary friend named Hoops. Hoops was a pink dragon that could breath acid bubbles and ate mushrooms and wood sorrel. I’ve always been creative and weird.

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Reyna Avila Ramírez-Arellano
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3 days ago

That's adorable!!

#3

I’m 15 and I still do. My stuffed animals and imaginary friends have evolved into a game I play with my 8 yo brother involving galactic warfare and an unnecessary amount of lore

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Luke T
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1 day ago

Try D&D

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#4

I was 2-4 and I had two. One was cucumber man from Veggie Tales and the other was his girlfriend who looked exactly like him but with eyelashes and her name was Drawera. I would get super upset if someone pronounced her name Dora as well.

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#5

I had 2 invisible friends, 2 skeletons named Bones and Fibula.

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#6

my parents tell me I had some sort of creepy entity as my imaginary friend, i remember nothing.

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#7

I still have one now.

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#8

I didn’t, and I was jealous of kids who did. I could imagine something, but wished I had an imaginary friend that I literally thought I could see and hear. It sounded amazing to me!

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#9

I did not have imaginary friends but I did have imaginary situations in my head. I am very much an introvert all of my stories took place internally. Even if I was playing with a couple Barbies their conversation was going on in my head and not out loud unless I had a friend over. I'm 42 and still to this day when I'm very bored or trying to fall asleep I'll just create a story line in my head and watch it play out the way I want to.

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#10

Not me, my little cousin. He had an imaginary friend called Mouse. Who was (shockingly) a mouse. He was so attached to him that once we went to WalMart and he forgot Mouse in the car so we had to walk back to get him before we could do our shopping. It all ended a few months after his little sister was born though. Something we didn't know until much later was that Mouse was a captain of a submarine...which he went down fighting in against nazis in a bathtub....

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#11

I hyperfixated on hamsters when I was about nine, so I had an imaginary hamster named Sapphire. Sometimes she was represented by a Littlest Pet Shop hamster.

I would also imagine that characters from shows/movies/books I liked were my friends. Some characters I remember specifically were Daniel Tiger, Caillou, Anna and Kristoff (and their child I made up for them, sporting the very creative name of Kristianna), Hiccup and Astrid, and allll of the wings of fire characters up until around book 11.

I also had Picky, a pink brontosaurus/fox mix who only ate pickles. I made him specifically because I wanted to have an imaginary friend.

Also, according to my mother, I had an imaginary friend when I was a toddler, but I have absolutely no memory of this. Apparently the child had brain surgery. I had a weird obsession with brains when I was little idk

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#12

He was a prince that saved me from mosters in the closet. He had black hair and fought in a white suit. He only existed to save me at night. And when there weren't any monsters he kinda just stood around my bed...waiting. I don't remember his name, but now that I'm older he kinda sounds like a creep.

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#13

I had (still have) an imaginary friend named max. he was a mix of the green ghost from ghost busters and some man in blue suit. He has been my childhood friend ever since. Even when I'm bored. My mind will spark and he'll be there.

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