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Did those researchers never have imaginary friends when they were children? Maybe they were a bit abnormal, so don't understand what "just pretend" means.
I remember my imaginary friends from childhood, though I'm not sure if I really invented them, or if it was my grandparents. It was an ongoing joke for a long time between me and my grandparents. The imaginary friends were 3 frogs, named Bloop Bloop, Pollywog, and Skizmafraz. Each winter, when my grandparents went to FL (they were the snowbird type), they took the frogs with them. Eventually Pollywog and Skizmafraz dropped out of the picture, but Bloop Bloop travelled with them for a long time. We used to joke in letters to each other (you know, back in the day when grandkids wrote letters to their grandparents) where I'd ask how Bloop Bloop was doing and they'd write back all the trouble he'd gotten into that week. It was a fun game! Maybe we should wonder why my grandparents had the same imaginary friend I had! :rofl:
Quite interesting subject matter... Clive agrees, don't you Clive?
Clive says yes, but only I can hear him you see.
All of my imaginary playmates were Bunnies.
I have tons of imaginary friends. I play with them every day on PF. I am hoping that one day, like the Velveteen Rabbit, I'll love you enough that you will become real.
I was never cool enough to have imaginary friends.
Imaginary friends are overrated. Imaginary enemies are where things begin to get interesting.
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Remember, even if you're paranoid and you know it, they still might be out to get you!!!
That's why I keep my tinfoil beanie on a all times! Showering was tricky at first, but I think I'm getting the hang of the thing.
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