Imaginary Friends Quotes

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James Goss
“Now here's Amy Pond, standing in the freezing ocean, holding the body of her imaginary friend, and shouting at the sea to make him better.
Yeah. If only my therapists could see me now.”
James Goss, Doctor Who: Dead of Winter

Richelle E. Goodrich
“I realized at that moment - observing his form move further away without once turning back - that I’d already begun to rebuild the imaginary wall between us. I was shielding my heart with stone cold feelings again, the only way I knew to protect it. I still planned to try my hand at prayer. If God would grant me this one request, if I could keep my only friend, I would give anything in return, even the treasured books trapped beneath my arm. I’d tasted enough of a dismal life to know that a real, true friend was of greater worth than the collection of every imagined fairy tale in the world.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Dandelions: The Disappearance of Annabelle Fancher

Richelle E. Goodrich
“The happiest adults are those who never buried old toys or abandoned imaginary friends.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes

Joss Sheldon
“The creature who lives inside my brain suggested I do it,” I offered tentatively. “It was very convincing.”
Joss Sheldon, The Little Voice

Richelle E. Goodrich
“If I could have one friend,
just one in all the world,
I know that I would not seek out
a boy or pretty girl.

The friend I’d dare to choose
to stand by me each day
would be a dragon fierce enough
to scare the world away.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Richelle E. Goodrich
“I might be tempted to socialize more if the conversations taking place around me were half as interesting as the dialogue going on inside my head.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Ben Rice
“I still say Kellyanne could do with some real-live mates," went on my dad, as if he was talking to someone inside his beer.

Mum had stomped off into the kitchen. "Maybe they are real!" she shouted back at him after rattling a few plates together. "Ever thought about that, ye of little bloody imagination?”
Ben Rice, Pobby and Dingan

Ben Rice
“Kellyanne opened the car door and crawled into my bedroom. Her face was puffy and pale and fuzzed-over. She just came in and said: "Ashmol, Pobby and Dingan are maybe-dead." That's how she said it.”
Ben Rice, Pobby and Dingan

“116Religious war: When two groups of people kill each other over who has the best imaginary friend.”

Siobhan Curham
“These seats taken?" Chloe gestured at at the empty chairs. Amber nodded.
"What, by all your imaginary friends?"
"Yes, actually," Amber snapped. "And they are way better company than you.”
Siobhan Curham, Tell it to the Moon

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Gavin appeared and vanished numerous times each day checking up on me. Now and then he’d randomly pop the question, often disguising it within our conversations.

“Did you know that bubbleberries are in season right now? They’re blooming all over Dreamland.”

“I love those berries. They’re fun and strange.” I recalled the time that Gavin and I had burped up iridescent-purple bubbles after swallowing handfuls of berries. They were deliciously sweet.

Gavin nudged me with his elbow. “Not half as strange as you are.”

I laughed.

“So, Annabelle, will you come with me?” I nearly spoke without thinking, but caught myself, careful not to slip and say the word, yes.

“Sorry, Gavin. I can’t.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Dandelions: The Disappearance of Annabelle Fancher