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I used to read a lot of fantasy books. So a lot of times I mix my reality with fantasy. I assign normal things and people with magical qualities. My secret is I  imagine people I see everyday as wizards, sorcerers, sorceresses and they all have secret nicknames, and powers. One of my friends can shoot fireballs from their imaginary wands. Trains look like traveling dragons to me.

This creates a secret world that everybody lives in but only I can see. Its a whole lot of fun and it gets really hard for me to be bored anywhere, anytime.

gumio gumio 22-25, M 5 Responses Feb 10, 2010

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I am the same way! When I was growing up I had very few friend so I really learned how to escape into my own little fantasy world. Even though I am not nearly as creative as I once was, my imagination still serves me well all day long when I am stuck doing data entry.

yes its too bad so many children never get a chance to develop their imagination<br />
like we did(had to)when we were children. we could go out in the back yard and pile up a few bricks and it became a wonderful castle .or dig a hole in the ground and it became a magical wizards caveren.once when i was very small (6 or 7) my father brought home a palet that some trucker had left on the loading dock. we put a blanket over it and made a tent out of it and played in it for hours <br />
and hours.once we found a rock in the neighbourhood that was shaped like a boat. we sailed that rock over the seas of our imagination for days and days.

I do the same thing!!! Although I dont see people as wizards, it is nice to know I am not the only one with an imagination. In my world I m a provesional football pla<x>yer and use my money and power to make the world a better place!!!

who wants to be bored????

That's called having an imagination, and is a quality that far too many of us lose when we grow older. As long as you still maintain the ability to distinguish between fantasy and reality, there's no reason to ever give that up.