1990, Beverley Gasner, Girls at Lighthouse Point, Dutton, ISBN 0525248498, page 161,
:“… and Justin just kept mumbling to him, ‘Go away, go away, I want to sleep.’”
:“For fake is what I think. But I don’t know …”
2001, Niobia Bryant, Three Times a Lady, Kensington Books, ISBN 1583141650, page 283,
:“True,” Jordan said as he switched lanes effortlessly. “We’re staying in a renovated Victorian castle sitting on the edge of a lake.”
:“For real?” he asked, some interest now evident.
:“No, for fake,” Jordan joked. “Trust me, son. We’re gonna have fun.”
2004, Debbie Gardner and Mike Gardner, Raising Kids Who Can Protect Themselves, McGraw-Hill Professional, ISBN 0071437983, page 64,
: Sometimes, young children have learned they can delay their bedtime by creating false monsters and ghosts for attention. … What the child learns besides delaying bedtime is, “It feels good to hide my eyes, get a big hug and lots of loving attention when I am afraid for real and for fake.”
2006, John Lawton, A Little White Death, Atlantic Monthly Press, ISBN 0871139324, page 97,
: Head nodding gently, knees crossed, all but tapping his foot to the human rhythm as though the groans and moans of coitus – for real or for fake – were more a concert on the Third Programme than a Home Servicing.