Woman Tries to Sell Imaginary Friend on eBay

On the advice of her shrink, 22-year-old Londoner Georgia Horrocks is trying to declutter her mind by selling her imaginary friend on eBay!

I have recently come to the decision that it is time to sell my imaginary friend Bernard who was created during a time of emotional instability,” Georgia wrote in the eBay listing.

My psychiatrist recommended that I say goodbye to Bernard, and although I would like some financial compensation, it is more important that he finds a good home.” She added that he has an ‘active’ and ‘mischievous personality’.

Georgia hopes to sell Bernard for about £200 pounds, and plans to send him to the highest bidder via imagination. I guess that means no shipping fees, which is always nice…

Before you dismiss Georgia’s eBay listing as a joke, or simply dumb, you should know imaginary friend sales have proved pretty profitable in the past. In 2007, a guy managed to sell his imaginary friend for a whopping $2,750. The buyer must have been very lonely, though.