22-year-old woman puts her imaginary friend up for sale on ebayBy Mason White 10:25 AM October 24, 2014
By: Wayne Morin
People have different ways of coping with stress.
One woman of the United Kingdom, created for herself an imaginary friend, who helped her cope with hardships.
However, she is now ready to let go. On the advice of her psychiatrist, 22-year-old Georgia Horrocks of London, is trying to change her life by selling her imaginary friend on ebay.
In the ebay listing description she wrote: “I have recently made a decision that it is time to sell my imaginary friend Bernard, who was created during a time of emotional instability.”
She also explained that her friend Bernard, is in good health and he is active.
“My psychiatrist recommended that I say goodbye to Bernard, and although I would like some financial compensation it is more important to find him a good home,” she wrote.
Horrocks hopes to sell her imaginary friend for about 200 pounds ($320). She will send the friend to the highest bidder through imagination with no shipping costs.
Interestingly enough, in 2007, a man managed to sell his imaginary friend for a whopping $2,750.