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Usually as a result of not having much or any friends in reality, your mind creates an imaginary friend. Even the creator of an imaginary friend cannot see them, unless if they are on LSD, or just hallucinogenic. You're not nessecarily "crazy" if you have one.

You can just talk to them in your mind, they can think for you sometimes, you can ask them for advice or ask them to decide which movie you want to rent tonight. You can get into arguments with them, and you can have intelligent conversations with them.


You can't kill them.

They might slowly fade away in time... but... I don't know...



You can completely change into your imaginary friend. Sad I know.
Some people have imaginary friends.
by Keael January 07, 2006
A "character" created by the imagination to keep a person company. Sometimes, it can be difficult for the person to recognise that their "friend" is not real; at other times, they can be recognised as not being real, but are still used to offer comfort and company.
When I was three, I had one imaginary friend. When I was thirteen, I had five.
by Peeves April 12, 2004
A person or whatever it may be that you become friends with but no one else can see. The most common name for an 'imaginary friend' is Bob.
Person #1- I have 4 million imaginary friends named Bob, so we have to wait for them before we can go to the mall.
Person #2- Um, okay...
by BoB April 22, 2005
A figment of the imagination usually made up by little kids who dont have many friends or have a hard childhood life. Or by some insecure teenagers who have to pretend they have friends to impress people. Also made up by insecure friendless adults who pretend like they go out with someone when its all imaginary and made up in thier head.
Sal pretended to have a friend to impress people. People ended up finding out the imaginary friend was a lie and just an act of compensation to make up for his dull life.
by Sal's imaginary friend Bob December 27, 2007
For Christians, is Jesus.
For Muslims, is Allah.
For Jews, is Jehovah.
For Zaroastrians, is Ahura-Mazda.
Q: What's the difference between a Christian and a Five-year-old child?

A: A Five-year-old child doesn't insist that his imaginary friend is King of the Universe.
by ChipSlap August 20, 2006
A constant companion that nobody can see except children and the religious.
When I was a child my imaginary friends used to talk about me behind my back.
by The Glans Punis May 21, 2005
a living person who you talk to constantly but never see them.
i wish i could see my imaginary friend
by humhumhumhum July 27, 2010
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