ANSWERS: 31
  • My imagination runs wild, and often times it runs so fast that I couldn't catch it if I wanted to.
  • I have, what some might call, an overactive imagination and I'm very good at getting carried away with it.
  • Runs wilder than a March Hare.
  • Mine has known to run wild , now that I'm older it' has chilled out a bit which is a good thing
  • My imagination is running wild right now !!!
  • Runs amok within sanity with any luck.
  • My imagination is all over the place...it is not a good thing but there you have it:) The older I get I thought it would get better but it hasn't:(
  • I keep my imagination in check most of the time, dont ya think?
  • It goes where ever it wants to when ever it wan'ts to!!!!!LOL!!!!!
  • there's no safe place for my imagination to be locked up.
  • My imagination runs extremely wild. I just thought I seen a red-eyed shadow person walk by.
  • Runs wild! I can't do that in real life so at least I can do it in my mind!
  • ¼¯ï½ˆï¼Œã€€ï½™ï½…s! My two imaginary characters are Tanaka Shimoya & Takamatsu Shinohara. I plan to write books where they are the protagonists.
  • Runs wilder than horses.
  • I have a fantastic imagination, my husband just laughs at me most the time ;)
  • I have good imagination skills and I use them often :)
  • My imagination sometimes gets on my nerves because it will just take off and then when I have to reel it back I get kinda jet lagged...I think imagination is great unless you let it get too far out of hand I guess is what I'm trying to say.
  • Normally it stays put but recently it has been running very very wild :o)
  • I have to pull the reins in.
  • My imagination is a sneaky fellow. It lurks in the shadows when no ones around, talks to strangers when surrounded by friends, and has this weird habit of disassembling any speakers it ever sees. For this reason it stays locked up in a basement with a drawing pencil and a bunch of paper. Anything I see that has potential I take and use as my own.
  • Oh, it runs as wild as the mad hatter. I've long since given up keeping it contained and just let it go where ever it wants.
  • My mind is always in never, never land. The thing is that any ideas are mixed in with other stuff and I can't make much since of anything. Then the downer is that I gotta find my way back to the real world.
  • It stays put untill I turn it loose.
  • my mind ecaped my head a long time ago and now its still going places i cant talk about because i would have to take you there and leave you so no one knows where it is but i can say its fun there and has lots of cold fruity drinks faries waiting on you and a dragon who can warm you or cool things down oh sorry im back now
  • Wild! Very wild at times! I can come up with some pretty goofy stuff, but also some cool ideas.
  • I have a very active imagination .. it really work overtime .. specially at night when I'm in bed .. it takes about an hour for me to get to sleep .. always thinking about strange things .. lol .
  • My imagination used to often get the best of me. Maybe it has just been re-channeled lately, but I don't have it get quite so carried away as much anymore. Sometimes I do wish it would go one way and it just acts dead in the water, though. I used to paint and draw and write all the time. Now it's always kids, the home and meals to make. AArrrgggggg...... Making sense here?
  • It runs wild but I ignore it most of the time.
  • It ran wild one day and ran so far that I haven't been able to peg it back...so if you are out there and happen to see it running around...see if you can collar it for me I want it back! WARNING! it is quite feral so approach at own risk!
  • It runs wild most of times.
  • I have these things that I call Daymares. Ever since I had my daughter. She is 21 now. If someone in my immediate family is late getting home. I can imagine the most horrible things. I wish I didn't, it really can make for some difficult days now that the children are almost completely gone from home. I really am not looking forward to my son going back to National Guard Military Police training next October. I don't expect that I will get much sleep for a while once he goes back to Missouri. I know that I have to let them go, but it is a very difficult thing to do. I have a hard time coping with those parents who can't wait for their kids to leave home. I wish mine would stay forever.

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