The Death of Imaginary Friends

I haven’t been very active recrently, largely because I’ve been thinking. But this is too good to resist. A survey by a face-paint company (you read that correctly) says that there has been a sharp drop in imaginary friends over the last 16 years. The culprit, of course, is digital technology, especially phones and online gaming.

I wish I’d anticipated this finding, but I’m afraid my imagination isn’t what it once was.

News here Bit of background on imaginary friends here and here and best of all here.

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