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I was once asked if once a fantasy of yours is fulfilled it can still be called a fantasy?
I thought about that one for a few minutes and answered, “Sure, just because the fantasy is fulfilled does not mean that you would not want to repeat it, especially if it turned out well and was everything you though it would be.”
A good example is the old standby for guys, you know, the one about having multiple women at one time. Is there any reason that if a guy got this and it was everything he expected that he would not want it again? I know that this happened with me once, years ago and I wish for a repeat at some time. So yeah that works for me as a fantasy now and probably all through life.
If I kept getting it would the fantasy grow old? I do not know, but I would love to find out.
But men are not the only ones with fantasies. Women, I keep reading a common fantasy of sex in a natural setting, sex under the stars, by a lake or river, or a roll in the plush meadow or some such. Would you be content with fulfilling this fantasy just once or could you see yourself replaying the fantasy over and over again?
If we take it that our fantasies are one time occurrences I feel we are really limiting our future fun. In the strictest sense a fantasy is an occurrence we can only imagine, and once it has happened and we know the experience it is, strictly speaking no longer a fantasy. But how boring is that, to limit ourselves to a once in a lifetime experience and never have it happen again?
No, I want to live my fantasies over and over again.
10/9/2005 11:55 pm
I think that some fantasies once fulfilled should be left at that. Others can be relived over and over again if they are everything that you thought they would be when fulfilled the first time. I agree that a fantasy once fulfilled cannot still remain a fantasy, it can only with some slight changes to make it more interesting.|