Imaginary friends are great and all, though when even they don’t want to hang out, you’ve got an issue. I do however worry about people who argue on the side of fictional characters as if they’re any representation for a real world argument. If you have to resort to a fictional character to back up a real life argument, giving up would probably be the best choice.
Speaking of imaginary friends, Religion. I find a scary amount of people decide that when looking at an evil person, they’re just evil. But when looking at an evil religious person, they’re evil because they’re religious. These people bore me. Hm.
Having confidence in one’s own convictions should never demean the beliefs of others. Whatever the belief. Anything outside of that is not worth listening to.