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Are adults with imaginary friends worthy of respect?

Körïnthïän 2008/10/21 22:31:09
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  • mavericky 2008/10/21 23:20:44
    Yes.
    mavericky
    +6
    As long as they don't try to force (or even encourage) me to sit down to a little fake tea party on Sunday where they serve imaginary tea and crackers (or wine shots and tastless bread stuffs.)

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  • Dummy (The guy in my avata... 2009/02/16 20:28:12
    Yes.
    Dummy  (The guy in my avatar isn't me)
    Course they are :)
  • Becca♥ 2009/01/03 21:24:44
    Yes.
    Becca♥
    +1
    Why shouldn't they.
    People have imaginary friends so they wouldn't bottle up
    their feelings.
  • pookyj1968 2008/12/10 09:21:54
    Well...
    pookyj1968
    +2
    maybe if they are just a poor person with mental problems and they don't hurt anyone, or push others to believe its real too.

    but sense the people who believe in the worst imaginary friend do hurt people and try to force it on others, I would say No to respecting them.

    but those who are childlike about this friend of there's because they are a little out there well I have no problem with them, again as long as no one gets hurt.
  • chiglet - Daedric Sigil Mag... 2008/11/14 21:16:42
    Yes.
    chiglet - Daedric Sigil Mage, Smirotiel
    +1
    and my imaginary friend, "Perky" agrees with me too ;)
  • beatfreak 2008/11/05 12:35:52
    Well...
    beatfreak
    +1
    every human being deserves respect but...if ur an adult with an imaginary friend I think you need a

    human deserves respect ur adult imaginary friend
  • Jaybird 2008/11/04 22:39:24
    Well...
    Jaybird
    +2
    I'm not sure about that. I guess that depending on the roll the imaginary friend plays in that person’s life, the physical and mental condition of the individual. And in what regard the person holds his or her imaginary friend. I hate to judge some one with understanding them a little better.
  • J 2008/11/01 05:57:29
    Well...
    J
    That depends on what you mean by imaginary friends. If you're talking about the kind of friend little girls have tea parties with then that would probably be a sign that the individual needs some mental help. If you're talking about believing in God, which i would guess by reading many of your other polls is who you are talking about, then i see no problem with it as long as they aren't killing people or committing other crimes in his name.
  • Pearl 2008/11/01 04:05:58 (edited)
    No.
    Pearl
    +1
    Are adults with imaginary friends worthy of respect?

    Look at them supporting Obama its shameless I tell you... supporting obama shameless
  • Bring it ~STS~Freewill Dirt... 2008/10/31 22:17:12
    Yes.
    Bring it ~STS~Freewill Dirty Pheonix
    +1
    yep I have one! lol yep lol
  • Eager Beaver 2008/10/31 21:51:21
    Well...
    Eager Beaver
    its possible i mean every deserves it as long as the give it
  • MickeyRenee~ 2008/10/31 21:44:47
    Yes.
    MickeyRenee~
    +1
    If an adult has an imaginary friend, then they have lots of issues..so I'd give em respect and plenty of space. =)
  • MaMaJ 2008/10/31 21:31:01
    Yes.
    MaMaJ
    Yes they sure are, everyone is worthy of respect.
  • Sono Violado 2008/10/31 21:15:23
    Well...
    Sono Violado
    Why not?

    If you can have imaginary friends as a child, why not as an adult?
  • Körïnthïän Sono Vi... 2008/10/31 21:29:14
    Körïnthïän
    +2
    Because you should know better.
  • Sono Vi... Körïnthïän 2008/10/31 22:00:01
    Sono Violado
    Are you jealous because you have no imaginary friend?

    I was for a while, then realized, I could make one up if I wanted.
  • DemonKiTTiE ♥ In MUSE I Tru... 2008/10/25 03:45:42
    Well...
    DemonKiTTiE ♥ In MUSE I Trust ♥
    +1
    I don't have an imaginary friend, but I talk to myself when I'm alone...
  • Jeff 2008/10/25 00:32:44
    Yes.
    Jeff
    +1
    As long as they don't try to make me talk with their imaginary friends too... than sure.
  • Ace~Mr.Giantess~ 2008/10/22 21:54:42
    Yes.
    Ace~Mr.Giantess~
    :)
  • Unfulfilled 2008/10/22 11:39:48
    Yes.
    Unfulfilled
    +4
    Mental illness is no excuse to lose respect for someone.
  • tierney 2008/10/22 08:18:55
    Yes.
    tierney
    +2
    Are you discriminating against me, Kor?

    You are one of my imaginary friends, you know.
  • Körïnthïän tierney 2008/10/22 17:07:23
    Körïnthïän
    +2
    *Vanishes in a puff of logic*
  • tierney Körïnthïän 2008/10/22 19:14:11
    tierney
    +1
    Awww... damnit. There went the only friend I ever had. T_T
  • troy82 - Christ is returnin... 2008/10/22 01:12:48
    Well...
    troy82 - Christ is returning, Today!
    +1
    I believe Korinthian has many!, some in is head, some elsewhere....most in his computer, others are paper fairies korinthian head fairies
  • Tomus Megalomania 2008/10/22 00:57:12
    Yes.
    Tomus Megalomania
    Sure. That doesn't mean I respect their belief, though.
  • SparkleyPie 2008/10/22 00:22:06
    Well...
    SparkleyPie
    +5
    That depends on whether or not they're trying to convince me to believe in said imaginary friend too.

    Some people need an imaginary friend to help make sense of this crazy world. I can respect that. Just don't expect me to pretend to see him too.
  • rmcfarclark 2008/10/21 23:48:45
    Yes.
    rmcfarclark
    +2


    everything is imaginary for all we know
  • Körïnthïän rmcfarc... 2008/10/21 23:50:30
    Körïnthïän
    +3
    While you go jump off a bridge to prove that hypothesis, I'll stay here and trust in reality.
  • rmcfarc... Körïnthïän 2008/10/22 00:01:43
    rmcfarclark
    +2
    it its only a possibility

    possibility
  • Tomus M... rmcfarc... 2008/10/22 00:56:46
    Tomus Megalomania
    +2
    It's hardly a justification for believing in something imaginary.
  • mavericky 2008/10/21 23:20:44
    Yes.
    mavericky
    +6
    As long as they don't try to force (or even encourage) me to sit down to a little fake tea party on Sunday where they serve imaginary tea and crackers (or wine shots and tastless bread stuffs.)
  • Pierced Princess 2008/10/21 23:14:43
    Yes.
    Pierced Princess
    +2
    I have one :O
  • Körïnthïän Pierced... 2008/10/21 23:18:07
    Körïnthïän
    +2
    What's his name?
  • Pierced... Körïnthïän 2008/10/21 23:22:14
    Pierced Princess
    +2
    Who says it's a he? :)
  • Körïnthïän Pierced... 2008/10/21 23:22:48
    Körïnthïän
    +3
    *My* imaginary friend.
  • Pierced... Körïnthïän 2008/10/21 23:23:31
    Pierced Princess
    +2
    Haha ;)
  • Tonio31~E Pluribus Unum~ 2008/10/21 23:00:35
    No.
    Tonio31~E Pluribus Unum~
    +3
    Well..................not really.
  • Lunacat 2008/10/21 22:46:59
    No.
    Lunacat
    +4
    I never trust someone who gets advice from somebody I can't see.
  • Körïnthïän Lunacat 2008/10/21 22:47:32
    Körïnthïän
    +5
    What if you'd one day become blind?
  • Lunacat Körïnthïän 2008/10/21 22:48:52
    Lunacat
    +4
    I will probably still be able to smell them..lol
  • Eddie 2008/10/21 22:45:47
    No.
    Eddie
    +5
    Somethings very wrong with them somethings wrong

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