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jesspy

Man sells imaginary friend on eBay

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intrigued45
Omg. What the heck? O_o; "I feel I am growing out of him." Dude! You should have grown out of him around 12-13 years at age.

I agree totally with you there , but no doubt E-Bay was'nt about then so he would'nt have made any money out of his friend ... It beggars belief what sort of world we now live in , although it would be interesting to see how much he went for lol .........

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gem

so then i guess it's true what they say: "You can sell ANYTHING on ebay."

don't you just love the internet.

:yes:

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goody2k7

If you bidded on that your an idiot

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goalienan

I wonder if he's related to the guy who tried to sell his childhood not to long ago :huh:

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Star_girl

Well you know now that I read this article....

I used to have an imaginary horse and she seems to have dissapeared a while ago I wonder if someone didnt horsenap her and sell her on e-bay :w00t:

Could it be a conspiracy? They are kiddnapping imaginary friends and selling them off to the new generation... Would explain why we suddenly "outgrow them"?

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Kn0w0ne

I'm going to place an imaginary bid. That should work rite? lol REDICULOUS!

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Themis

That is just too weird :rofl:

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xohxcdancing
Sadly, some people have no life.

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Jaylen

Lol, my imaginary friend's name was Yuki.... I grew out it when I was 8, and now I draw little kid's imaginary friends for them. They tell me exactly what they look like, and I draw it for them. Its a nice job, and I love seeing the little kid's faces when Im done ^_^

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