I'm 29 years old and today I lost a dear friend of mine. We have been friends since I was a kid and it continued into adult hood. My imaginary friend "Marco" died suddenly last night when my wife told me to grow up.
We will be having a closed casket funeral for him later this week at an imaginary location followed by imaginary refreshments at my place.
Also, apparently insurance policies don't cover imaginary friends. I'm in a real jam and would appreciate anything you can give that can actually be held in my hand, go in my wallet, has a president on it and can be used in any store to cover the costs of the funeral.
And if you tell one friend and they give and they tell another friend they also give and so on and so on. I will be able to afford this funeral bill.
Basically, you can write this off on your taxes in the donation part and get what you give back. So really, what's stopping you from giving more?
Once I have enough funds from your kind donations. I will be creating a foundation for people who have lost "Imaginary Friends" in hopes that we can find them or eradicate adulthood.
Once this foundation has been put in place. Each person that gives will be in charge of their own city district where it's their responsibility to recruit more members to donate. I know this sounds like a "Pyramid Scheme" but it's not. In fact, no "Pyramids" are involved whatsoever.
So please, donate now www.imaginaryfriendsforlife.com or call this number 1-800-782-5378.
Author - Scott Kelley
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