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3: Speed Racer"My daughter has had an imaginary friend named Worman since she was about 1 year old ... just a little guy that fits in her hand. When her daddy and I are driving separate cars from the same location, we always have a race to see who gets home first (safely). Last night Daddy was beating us so she rolled down the window and shouted, â€˜WORMAN, GET ON YOUR TEENY-TINY MOTORCYCLE AND BEAT DADDY HOME. OFF YOU GO!' Don't think Daddy will ever win the race again!" Submitted by Chantel
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3: The Father and the Son
My son has one named Poppi and also Jesus. I am not exactly religious so I dont know how Jesus started, but I listen in on his conversations with him sometimes. Heard a few that kind of freaked me out. When asked about him, my son says he will only tell in time.
Submitted by Bradley
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4: Multiple personality
None of my kids had an imaginary friend, but my oldest son decided to create an alter ego named Pete when he was 3. When asked his name, he would tell everyone he was Pete, then we were left to explain that he was actually Daniel.
Submitted by Lisa
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5: Imaginary enemy
Neither of my boys had imaginary friends. My daughter does well, sort of. She says hes a ghost named Charlie, and hes her age, but she does not like him very much ... he does not play fair.
Submitted by Bobbi
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6: One sassy cat
My daughters imaginary friend was a cat. She wouldnt let my mothers friends sit in certain chairs or walk anywhere except where she wanted them to walk. She really and truly thought that she had a cat, and she would ask people, Do you want to pet my cat? or she would say, He dont like you so you cant pet him.
Submitted by Tracy
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We have the Argyle Hills man. Hes the one who breaks or misplaces things, leaves a drop of milk in the container and doesnt tell anyone. Hes the fall guy for anything that goes wrong at our house!
Submitted by Lara
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8: Gender bender
My granddaughter has one named Tokie. Sometimes its a boy, sometimes a girl. They have great conversations, but sometimes they are mad at each other, and we dont see it for a while.
Submitted by Debbie
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9: Mom 2.0
My son had an imaginary mom when he was little. She drove a red race car and sang good songs, whereas his real mom (that would be me) drove a minivan and obviously cant sing worth crap.
Submitted by Surviving Five
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10: The friendly ghost
My sons imaginary friend, he calls Ghost. I dont know how he picked up on the word or knew what they were, but my husband was fixing his bed up, and my son said, Be a nice ghost to Daddy.
Submitted by Diana
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11: Shrek's hometown
Her name is Peeka. Shes away right now visiting her family far, far away.
Submitted by Sunny
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12: They got the fever
They talk about Bieber!
Submitted by Keeleigh
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13: Family friend
My 5-year-old and 3-year-old share an imaginary friend. Hes a chocolate-brown pig named Piggy. Hes been in the family since my oldest was 2 or so. My husband and I actually find ourselves talking about Piggy, too thats how involved he is in our family.
Submitted by Jana
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14: One of the boys"My oldest has â€˜Ari' who he has been talking to since he was 2, but we didn't catch on 'til he was about 3, when we finally realized it wasn't â€˜baby talk.' He does everything my son does. Then his brother (14 months younger) adopted him as well." Submitted by Jessica
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15: Pink lady
I dyed my hair pink once when my now-11-year-old was 3. She developed an imaginary pink mom. It was super cute! She would call her and talk to her and had quite the relationship with her. Then she would talk about her girlfriend Jessica. Im not sure if she was just a friend or something more, but apparently she got sick and burned up. It was kind of scary to listen to, but she was always very imaginative and still is! I love listening to her talk and play with her friends.
Submitted by Chelsea
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My daughter is almost 3, and she has an imaginary friend named Nico who is a little girl that lives in her room (or so she tells me). She has conversations with her. It is so cute!
Submitted by Megan
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17: Mamma's mates
My kids dont have imaginary friends, but I had tons as a kid. The main characters were Bioto, Sinca, and Sia. I was an only child with no cousins or neighbor kids until I was 6. They were my playmates.
Submitted by Melissa
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18: Beanis baby
My 3-year-old son has an imaginary friend named Beanis. He talks to Beanis on the phone only; he has never come over. They have been friends for about six months. According to my son, Beanis is 10, lives far away, and has a black house and silver hair. They have great conversations with each other.
Submitted by Hillary
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19: Magic carpet races
My daughter plays with the Disney princesses all the time. Yesterday, she was racing with them! Of course, she won. She also has a friend she calls Pretty Ghost.
Submitted by Melissa
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20: Potter pal
My little girl has one named Harry. Hmm, wonder where she got that from. And they play together and go on adventures. He protects her from evil, as she says ...
Submitted by Rosalee
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21: What about Bert?"My 4-year-old has had an imaginary friend named Jop since he was 2, and now my 2-year old has one named Ernie!" Submitted by Brandi
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1: Oldie but goodie
"My kid has an imaginary husband named Bing Crosby." Submitted by Megan
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