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When it comes to sex, fantasies are nothing new. But what about relationship fantasies? While it's easy to guess that only single women are fantasizing about a larger than life or perfectly quaint relationship, I've found that many coupled women also spend a significant amount of time imagining completely nonsexual scenarios that either involve their own man under different circumstances or an entirely new person altogether. So what about you? Have you ever had a relationship fantasy?

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elmendoa elmendoa 8 years
yes. le sigh
elmendoa elmendoa 8 years
yes. le sigh
robins robins 8 years
i'm like lissy... i use the fantasies to help me sleep...
Asia84 Asia84 8 years
i don't think about that stuff; because when you snap back to reality (of being single) you just feel like crap . . .especially considering NO-ONE is going to fill your order.and let me take a minute to rant about the adverts for dating sites; no one looks like that on those sites, or even when you go to the bar.now, i'm perfectly okay with this (hey, half the great looking guys i know like the same brand of sausage that i do, so i have no beef about this), but there are women (like a friend of mines) who is a die-hard romantic. and she gets on all these sites trying to find true love and all she finds are men who are missing their right thumb!
Asia84 Asia84 8 years
i don't think about that stuff; because when you snap back to reality (of being single) you just feel like crap . . .especially considering NO-ONE is going to fill your order. and let me take a minute to rant about the adverts for dating sites; no one looks like that on those sites, or even when you go to the bar. now, i'm perfectly okay with this (hey, half the great looking guys i know like the same brand of sausage that i do, so i have no beef about this), but there are women (like a friend of mines) who is a die-hard romantic. and she gets on all these sites trying to find true love and all she finds are men who are missing their right thumb!
Jeny Jeny 8 years
'fantasy bryan is much easier to argue with' haha my bf's name is Bryan too lol.. Well. I always imagine different scenario's in my head about my relationship with my beau but i'm a bit dreamy, being a pisces I guess.. nothing wrong with using your imagination! That's what its there for
Meike Meike 8 years
Hmm, relationship fantasies...sure, I have them. Long-distance is difficult. I'm always dreaming of his next visit to me. I'm always dreaming of the future after his university education is done because it'll mean we can be physically together permanently. Even if we talk daily for an hour or so, I miss him incredibly. My fantasies of being together already help me endure the hardships of being an ocean apart.
candy-apple candy-apple 8 years
Well my bf and I broke up about a month ago so... no guilt there! But i definitly have non-sex fantasies about guys all the time.. sometimes it's guys i know and have crushes on, sometimes just imaginary guys. right now i have a major crush on a boy i work with, he's very handsome, 24 and from south america and looks a lot like a young brad pitt (im not kidding, ppl tell him that all the time!), and he plays the guitar. it's soooo easy to fantasise about him, it's ridiculous! at least i look forward to going to work now! oh also, my other favorite fantasy used to be about meeting and making out with a handsome firefighter. it actually came true a few weeks ago so... nothing to complain about here! ;)
candy-apple candy-apple 8 years
Well my bf and I broke up about a month ago so... no guilt there!But i definitly have non-sex fantasies about guys all the time.. sometimes it's guys i know and have crushes on, sometimes just imaginary guys.right now i have a major crush on a boy i work with, he's very handsome, 24 and from south america and looks a lot like a young brad pitt (im not kidding, ppl tell him that all the time!), and he plays the guitar. it's soooo easy to fantasise about him, it's ridiculous! at least i look forward to going to work now!oh also, my other favorite fantasy used to be about meeting and making out with a handsome firefighter. it actually came true a few weeks ago so... nothing to complain about here! ;)
heineken67 heineken67 8 years
I tend to think up situations where my guy does something super romantic (which is totally unrealistic). Last month it was all about what I thought he would get me for Christmas. Sometimes, though, it's as simple as imagining I come home from a long day at work to find that he did the dishes and started dinner.
Monoka Monoka 8 years
i always like to imagen our every day life. like cooking for each other, or just having a midnight snack togeter, or just how it would be like to live togeter :) LOL everithing involved food hahahaa
Monoka Monoka 8 years
i always like to imagen our every day life. like cooking for each other, or just having a midnight snack togeter, or just how it would be like to live togeter :) LOL everithing involved food hahahaa
imLissy imLissy 8 years
aww, Belle, it doesn't have to be that way. Just make the fantasies less perfect! I argue with my boyfriend all the time in my fantasies! lol. More often than in real life actually, but fantasy bryan is much easier to argue with.
fashionhore fashionhore 8 years
I always have these with my current significant other getting married, having a house, a baby, the dog, maybe a new vehicle, and each with good jobs.
Sun_Sun Sun_Sun 8 years
yeaa, i dream up situations where my husband is pathetically , (yet beautifully) romantic and sexy and just charming... well he is sometimes, but there are scenarios of perfection he'd probably never comprehend =P its all good....hes still pretty charming ;)
Belle1031 Belle1031 8 years
unfortunately yes. I use to make up fantasy relationships and then expect my actual relationships to work out that way. My bubble burst and I fell very hard. Now I realize that life doesn't always turn out how you expect it and that all that fantasizing only hurt me instead. :P
indielove indielove 8 years
Doesn't everyone have these? I agree with the rest, it helps when you're having those nights of near-insomnia.
CoMMember13630786602261 CoMMember13630786602261 8 years
Of course. Usually its just as simple as picturing where my boyofriend and I will be in 5 or 10 years. Sometimes its a little more far fetched, fantasizing about making some hunky famous actor fall in love with me....though it used to be Heath Ledger, so I have to find someone else now. :( Id say most of my "fantasies" are more liek this than actual sexual fantasies.
alltherage alltherage 8 years
doesnt everybody? they are fun and no i dotn think its wrong when ur in a relationship -- unless its all the time.
Lizzard214 Lizzard214 8 years
I do have these, and they usually revolve around my significant other. And if they don't, it's usually someone famous so I don't really see a problem with it. And I'm like imLissy. I like to make them up when I'm falling asleep. Good times. ;)
missbanana missbanana 8 years
is it wrong to think about someone else in your relationship fantasy other than your boyfriend? i feel like im doing something wrong
imLissy imLissy 8 years
I've always made up stories in my head to help me fall asleep. I guess you can call them fantasies. My latest is a farscape/firefly mix with my boyfriend as the leading man :P
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