I Used to Have Imaginary Friends

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    As a kid, I didn't have any friends. So, I use to make up my own. I would sit in my room and fantasize I was anywhere else, but where I really was! And I had many friends to talk to, in this imaginary world. :-) We would do all of the stuff I saw in movies... we would talk on...
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    1 Response Mar 3, 2009

    My Old Best Friend Was Mine

    I moved from Texas to Idaho when I was four, and left my best friend behind. Her name was Brittany. I missed her so much, she became my imaginary friend for several years. She was my height always, had light blonde curly hair that was down to her waist and always in some kind of...
    chococat159 chococat159
    1 Response Oct 25, 2011


    i had a lot of imaginary friends when i was younger.  a big variety of them.  not sure if it was loneliness, escapism or just plain boredom.  then again i would also pretend that i was in different countries or different time eras or whatever.  had to use the...
    merisszzilla merisszzilla
    36-40, F
    Mar 2, 2009

    And I Still Do Haha

    but i know they aint real. i just make them up when none my play friends are around. its a lot better than playing by myself and i like to do it. also i think its great fun .
    Legotoys Legotoys
    13-15, M
    Sep 13, 2012

    My Coping Mechanism

    This all started when I turned eleven years old.  I was being molested by my oldest brother.  He started molesting me when i was five years old, but at that age, I had no idea that it was wrong for him to do that.  So I let him.  When i turned eleven, however, I figured out...
    wannertanner wannertanner
    18-21, F
    Oct 2, 2011


    i used to have so many imaginary friends ... every day a new friend ... but there is those two girl who are always with me .. i see them like how people usually imagine there friends i mean in front of you .. but they are in my head like i used to imagine that my head is a living...
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    May 31, 2012

    When i was a kid i thought there was a monster

    under my bed that ate anything that was on the floor and got mad at me for not picking it up.
    Danameman Danameman
    16-17, M
    Mar 30, 2015

    When I was younger between the ages of 2-12 I

    had this imaginary friend. She is called Amy. At first she was a friend to play with someone to calm me down etc. Then things changed. She used to force me to stay awake at night and make me hide from my mom. Anyway, a few years later we were moving house and we still had boxes...
    Cabe0309 Cabe0309
    Jun 17, 2015

    I used to have a twin sister named Katie,

    who lived in the mirror. Sometimes we would switch places, and I would be able to walk in her twisted world. Katie was real to me, and I loved her, but she would never appear to anyone else. Katie and I were the best of friends, and it seemed like we would always have each...
    DrowningInRed DrowningInRed
    Nov 9, 2014

    Not In A "redrum, Redrum," Sort Of Way...

    I used to talk to my hand. I was shy and lived kind of in the country where there weren't many kids anyway, and I was allergic to cats and dogs. I would make my hand into a little animal shape and pretend it was my little pet that I would talk to. Now I've got a guy in my head...
    Twitcher Twitcher
    31-35, M
    1 Response Nov 6, 2009

    As a kid, I had six imaginary friends.

    Bob, Will, Kelly, Sarah , Bob Jr. and Will Jr. Bob and Kelly were together. Will and Sarah were together and Will Jr. died because he fell of the back of a truck. x D I had a weird imagination.
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    1 Response Jan 31, 2015

    Yeah, I Was Creepy. . .

    It took a bit of time before I got he hang of the whole "making new friends at a new school" thing. Thus my awkwardness begun at a young age, when we moved several times a year. I only had one imaginary friend, and his name was Mousey. It started off with this pencil top my mom...
    ThatGirlYouNeverNoticed ThatGirlYouNeverNoticed
    13-15, F
    Nov 15, 2010

    Not There

    As i was growin up it was very painful.So i made up this imaginary people and life that give me joy and comfort.I had people that love me.I spoke with them every day we play and talk for hours.I them had a whole family.I late became married with chuldren who i love very much.I...
    sexyjez sexyjez
    36-40, F
    Apr 18, 2013

    When I was younger, I remember telling my

    parents about a man, who would stand in the doorway to the kitchen with a huge sadistic grin on his face. The thing that freaks me out is that he looks similar to the cartoon joker in real life form. This was during the time, I had an imaginary friend named Max. O.o Strange isn...
    CrypticIris CrypticIris
    18-21, F
    Dec 3, 2014

    Its Not Weird..

    Its decided...I'm going to get a tattoo of my old imaginary friend :] He (actually it didn't have a gender) will not be forgotten! I want to draw him myself though makes it more personal...Now I just gotta get my art skills up to par
    WanderingAimlessly WanderingAimlessly
    18-21, F
    1 Response Apr 18, 2013

    I'm Still Not Sane

    When I was small and was accused of talking to myself, I'd deny it and say I was talking to my baby doll. I had Susie and one other. Susie and I were the closest. I found out some time later that I had a cousin named Susie. That was probably where that came from. I still talk to...
    silvermystics silvermystics
    51-55, F
    1 Response Jun 11, 2009

    I. Friends

    In my life, I had friends.  In my life, I never had imaginary friends.  I ended up with a heck of a real best friend.  :)
    Whateverrrrr Whateverrrrr
    36-40, F
    Aug 7, 2011


    That was his name. He was the best friend I ever had and I miss him still. He was a fox. I don't mean he was a handsome human, he was an actual fox, with an auburn coat and the most beautiful blue eyes. He'd play tricks on me - his favourite was standing on my hair when I was...
    LunarFelis LunarFelis
    26-30, F
    1 Response Feb 1, 2013
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