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As a child, did you have a imaginary playmate? What was their name? Also where was your favorite hiding place as a kid?

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      Denise Richardson wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • I never had an imaginary playmate, but my oldest daughter did her name was Bilesia, and she would always make like she would enter the room through the squares that were in our exterior front door lol. My favorite place to hid was up in a neighbors cherry tree, no one knew where I was and I’d be up there eatin’ up some cherries lol.




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      Wittymom wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • My imaginary friend was Penny from Good Times. She was by best friend and would come in through the basement door, and hang with me. We had a sun room that my mom hated to go into because in the winter it was COLD and summer SCORCHING. It was my bestest hiding spot.




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      3sa wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • No imaginary playmate.No hiding place either.




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      Ms-kay wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • No imaginary friend but I always used to love hiding in the closets, or big boxes when I was little.




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      Inakika wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • Poor Penny, got burned with the iron and everything. Remember how she first said her name was Milicent?
      Anyway, I had an imaginary friend when I was a kid. Can’t remember if it had a name, but it was a girl and in fact was my imaginary sister.
      I have one now. It’s name is Vi Brator.




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      Inakika wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • Yes, me and Vi have gotten really close lately. I just give Vi a hand and he just buzzes away! ohhhh
      When they first introduced Penny’s character, she tried to be glamorous because she had a crush on JJ (poor child, I see her taste has not changed with Jermaine Dupree)
      Anyhoo, when they found out her real name was Penny she made a joke about Mili-CENT and the name Penny.
      Okay, did I watch TV too much? LOL!




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      Inakika wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • Not only did I watch it, I STILL know the theme song! I loved me some Lawrence Hilton Jacobs!! I loved how Vinnie Barbarino would say Mr. Kotters name!




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      Inakika wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • She was a square. They were an odd couple. And I loved how Epstein walked!




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      Wittymom wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • “oh Oh oh Oh Oh Oh Mr. KAAAATER!!!!“....that was my Arnold Horshack imitation.....loved that show, and Ingrid, I still know the theme song.




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      Trudy S wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • NOpe.  My best friend was my mutt dog “Sarge“.  Got him when I was one and we did everything together.  I was heart broken when I can home at age 13 and he had died while I was at school.  Still brings tears to my eyes to remember that.




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      Kmarie wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • My imaginary girl friend wa the Lady. She came to me as i bounced in my chair and sat in my rocking chair or while I was asleep. At times I still dream of her. She was just there to support and love.  

      I was never really into hiding much.




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      Owlmaria wrote Feb 3, 2009
    • W/ 4 siblings & no real childhood, there was no place to hid or get away.




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