There are also the odd adult occasions of an adult imaginary friend turning up or hanging around. Occasionally, though, the person who conceived of the imaginary friend is an adult rather than a child.In these cases, it is usually portrayed as a part of already-existing madness or else one of the warning signs of the character's Sanity Slippage.The clip is relatively short and it gives you a glimpse into the world of calligraphy and skillful handwriting.ASMR can be triggered by particular accents and forms of speech.
He just has that kind of voice that not only soothes, but makes you want to chill out and listen.
Finally, it qualifies as Truth in Television, as many children (and adults) in Real Life have or have had imaginary friends.
Some authors discuss their characters as if they're Imaginary Friends.
"THAT's half the reason imaginary friends are illegal now!
Kids always give them the creepiest possible names.