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17th Jan '16 7:51:19 PM nombretomado
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** Just like StElsewhere.

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** Just like StElsewhere.
''Series/StElsewhere''.
18th Oct '15 11:18:05 AM nombretomado
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* The other cities shown in PowerpuffGirls are actually city-states that have their own methods for defending themselves.

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* The other cities shown in PowerpuffGirls ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' are actually city-states that have their own methods for defending themselves.



[[WMG: Foster's Home is located in a suburb of [[ThePowerpuffGirls Townsville.]] ]]

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[[WMG: Foster's Home is located in a suburb of [[ThePowerpuffGirls [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Townsville.]] ]]
7th Oct '15 3:16:37 PM TheMysteriousH
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[[WMG: The Home is really [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Mystery the House Of Mystery]].]]

A gentler version, at least. It would explain how the size and interior architecture varies so much from episode to episode, and what are imaginary friends but characters in stories that children tell themselves? Also, the exteriors are pretty similar.
29th Aug '15 8:41:48 PM GreatKaiserNui
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[[WMG: Due to the Hitler Youth, in the fosters world both Greedy Inhuman Jews and Perfect Aryan SS members became real groups of imaginary friends.]]
The Hitler Youth made the Children have imaginary friends based on the propaganda they were exposed to.
4th Jun '15 9:14:48 AM Darules
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[[WMG: 90% of the show is made up by Mac AND Mac is an old man in an old folks' home]]

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[[WMG: Pranks for Nothing takes place at Mac had left fosters in Goodbye To Bloo]]
The Reason was Mac was not seen or mentioned in the episode.

[[WMG: 90% of the show is made up by Mac AND and Mac is an old man in an old folks' home]]
24th May '15 6:42:14 PM BlackbirdMizu
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[[WMG: A kid has to be lonely to create an imaginary friend.]]
If having an active imagination was the only aspect of creating an imaginary friend, there would be lots of kids like Goo constantly creating new ones. So even if a kid is creating a friend for a different purpose, they have to be lonely deep down.
30th Apr '15 8:41:36 PM fantheory99
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[[WMG: Goo's imagination is powerful and capable of creating many times of things...]]
* Goo has been shown to just talk about an imaginary friend in particular and POOF! It's instantly there. It has been shown with others, it takes moments of hard concentration. Due to highly developed imagination, she is somewhat a reality warped on some level. She could become rich with her imagination in severe ways. She could imagine up building for architects, weapons out of nowhere for the military, etc. She could even do Madam Foster a favor by imagining up more humans to adopt the other friends. Ooh ooh, she could even imagine up children for infertile families.
18th Mar '15 7:42:12 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: PowerpuffGirls takes place on the same world as FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends and AdventureTime (but not at the same time)]]

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[[WMG: PowerpuffGirls WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls takes place on the same world as FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends and AdventureTime WesternAnimation/AdventureTime (but not at the same time)]]



* We never see the imaginary friends of adults except for Madame Foster in FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends , but we do see that teenagers create dangerous creatures they use to attack each other. The adults may be using their friends to protect the town so they can go about their business as usual and pretend that life has not drastically changed.

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* We never see the imaginary friends of adults except for Madame Foster in FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends , but we do see that teenagers create dangerous creatures they use to attack each other. The adults may be using their friends to protect the town so they can go about their business as usual and pretend that life has not drastically changed.
8th May '14 9:05:29 PM BloodPlum
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[[WMG: Imaginary friends change to suit the needs of their kids as they get older.]]
Basically when the kids grow up, if they keep their friends, they grow up to change into something that they need. The reason it doesn't come up is that most kids don't keep their imaginary friends that long. Edwardo despite being scary at first to scare off bullies was gentle, and became an example of someone for his kid to stand up for, Bloo becomes much much more jerky as the series goes on because as Mac is growing up he's becoming the example of how Mac shouldn't be acting. The strongest example is Mr. Harriman, he likely didn't start out as stiff and proper as he is now, he was originally a playmate for Madam Foster, but as she got older he needed to become an example of responsibility and adulthood, and eventually became her full blown caretaker as she became more in need of care in her old age. Harriman is strict, practical and stingy because that's the role he has to take to manage the house and take care of Madam Foster in her old age. The fact that he even changed his name to reflect that (his first name being Funny Bunny) shows the drastic change in himself.
20th Apr '14 9:07:23 AM iliketurtles
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* Somewhat confirmed. It's stated that Imaginary Friends are what the person needs. So they do help them reach their potential.

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* Somewhat confirmed. It's stated that Imaginary Friends are what the person needs. So they do help them reach their potential.
potential.* * and World is an example gone wrong of what his kid would have become if he had been neglected by his parents. He has a giant castle, but he doesn't have friends

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