Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends! The Alternate Story

Heyy guys! So we’re here for the 3rd of #TheLast9Posts and again, due to the time constraint, it’s gonna be brief. This time, when I say brief, I really mean BRIEF! Like briefer than yesterday’s post! Since it’s #ThrowbackThursday, I figured we’d have a throwback post and ignore the childhood stories today and focus on ruining people’s childhood cartoons!

So, let’s get started shall we!


Right In The Childhood! Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends!

Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends was such an awesome cartoon when it aired, with Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Wilt, Coco, Frankie, Mr Herriman, Madame Foster, and the rest of the imaginary friends. It made having imaginary friends look cool and it made us realize that we all need friends, real and imaginary. At least, that’s what I learned from it as a kid.

As I grew up, many things didn’t make sense though. Like why was it only Mac in the foster home? Or wasn’t it a foster home for kids? Or it was just for Madame Foster. Many questions I had, and as I grew up, I began to piece the puzzle together.

In reality, there is only one real character; Madame Foster. Frankie is only Madame Foster when she used to be younger. That’s why they’re seen wearing the same dress, but with different styles

frankie and madame foster 

Madame Foster grew up in an orphanage as her mother couldn’t take care of her after she gave birth to her. So she was given up for adoption. As she grew up in the Foster home, many children were adopted but her. She became a loner, and the owners of the foster home didn’t like her, so they made her do all the jobs in the house, and made her in charge of all the younger kids in the foster home. As time went on, Madame Foster grew up to Frankie’s age and stopped giving a fuck about being adopted. She was still compassionate, but she just accepted fate that she wasn’t gonna be adopted and accepted fate. She had no friends, and because of this, she created an imaginary friend, Mr Herriman. As time went by, she began to create more Foster friends, one for every mood she felt. Duchess when she was upset no one felt like adopting her, Coco whenever she feels like talking to someone else but wants to speak in a language no one else would understand but herself and Coco, Eduardo when she feels bullied and wants someone to protect her, Wilt when she wants someone to play with, and Bloo, her imaginary friend who kept on landing her into trouble with his mischievous actions. Even though she blamed Bloo for doing some things which landed her in trouble, whereas in reality, she just wanted to be able to blame someone for her mistakes. Little did she know that this was the beginning of her schizophrenia.

As time moved on, the owners of the foster home loosened up with her, and became nicer to her simply because they discovered she was suffering from schizophrenia. However, simply because the foster home was too poor to cater for her needs, they left Madame Foster alone to her schizophrenic behaviors and her imaginary friends. As Madame Foster grew older, she decided she needed someone who was more realistic so she could look after him/her like her own. That’s when she imagined Mac.

The owners of the foster home had all the other kids adopted except Madame Foster. So they decided to just move out of the foster home and leave her alone till she hopefully died with her imaginary friends. Little did they know that Madame Foster would go and get herself a license, and turn the once foster home for kids, into her own foster home for imaginary friends.

In her spare time, she was with Bloo, having a good time 😉

Hope you enjoyed the 3rd of #TheLast9Posts! Follow @TheOiz and have a nice day!

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