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Eschifer  Female  Cheshire 15-Jan-2017 11:02 Message #4673438
Faramir does it for me. From Lord of the Rings. He's yum

I'm very interested in the size of his Hilt ( get your mind out of the gutter it's from his sword )

So who is your favourite fantasy?
BunnyGirl  Female  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 11:14 Message #4673453
My fantasy would be someone i have just met!
londonlee  Male  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 11:21 Message #4673457
Hans Christian Andersons Little Mermaid. Beautiful and alluring but I would have to behave myself.
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 15-Jan-2017 12:21 Message #4673469
Utred, from the Lost Kingdom, I think its called, I was rewatching it last night on i-player and was reminded just how pretty he is.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 15-Jan-2017 12:26 Message #4673470
Has to be Aragorn for me.
Argonaut  Male  Lancashire 15-Jan-2017 13:20 Message #4673492
It's a good job you didn't slip up with the spelling there Minnie!

lucyjordan  Female  Tyne and Wear 15-Jan-2017 13:24 Message #4673497
fantasy is something that has never caught my mind.

I prefer realism any day, whether it be books, films, or in my everyday living.

Dreams are something else, i have no control over what i dream about
Wry  Male  Norfolk 15-Jan-2017 15:44 Message #4673548
Congratulations Yaffa. Hope it works out.
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 15:50 Message #4673551
I always liked Eric Pollard from that Emmerdale programme & Lovejoy - I think it's cos both were a bit of wheeler dealers.
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 15-Jan-2017 16:04 Message #4673554
I would never be so careless.
BunnyGirl  Female  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 18:31 Message #4673581
Worded that wrong.

If i meet someone they would be my fantasy.

meaning if i had met someone they would be my fantasy.

But have not ,
dragonfever  Male  Warwickshire 15-Jan-2017 18:46 Message #4673587

(( hugs ))

may the new year carry your feet to your fantasies
dragonfever  Male  Warwickshire 15-Jan-2017 18:47 Message #4673589
Past lives,

kisses on the beach,



... quite times shared between hearts
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire 15-Jan-2017 19:23 Message #4673598
Like Lucy, I'm not susceptible to fantasy.

I've often been asked by someone I'm dating/in a relationship, "So, what are your fantasies?" [Usually they're referring to a romantic or sexual fantasy] and don't believe me when I say I haven't got any. They keep on about it, presuming I'm being coy, or embarrassed to say, or whatever, but I just like good reality.

I've had various ones confessed to me that made me uncomfortable...ones that include sub/dom, or pain are an anathema to me, but I felt freaked out by the guy who wants his girlfriends to imagine him as one inch tall and react accordingly.

sandy_sw  Female  Devon 15-Jan-2017 19:44 Message #4673605
Cassis, I was bemused by your post. I just couldn't understand a guy who wanted a reaction from his girlfriends imagining him being one inch taller! Now I see it's 'one inch tall', I'm even more confuddled, now that is bizarre.
Wry  Male  Norfolk 15-Jan-2017 19:52 Message #4673610
When you meet someone, Yaffa. It's bound to happen.

Cassis, George Clooney asked me to ask you for your number!
BunnyGirl  Female  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 19:54 Message #4673611
Its ok dont fancy them ha ha
BunnyGirl  Female  Buckinghamshire 15-Jan-2017 19:56 Message #4673612
Sry thought you meant me.

And thought you meant cassis clay (giggle)
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire 15-Jan-2017 20:05 Message #4673615
One of the first things he ever said to me was,"What would you do if I appeared in your house and I was only one inch tall?" I replied, "Accidentally step on you and squash you probably"! I did already know his fantasy as one of his previous girlfriends told me: he used to take pictures of her from a position lying on the floor so that she looked like a giant and have them pinned up on the bedroom wall!
Argonaut  Male  Lancashire 15-Jan-2017 20:19 Message #4673618
I like my fantasies - they're fun and good exercise for the imagination.

Daydreaming can also be a good way of exercising one's knowledge - like when I imagine I'm having a conversation in French.

I rarely fantasize about a specific individual - that way I won't ever get fantasy and reality confused.

Also I like to keep my fantasies in the realms of what is practically possible - the only concession I give to true fantasy is in the speed of travel in me Star-Trek like musings - otherwise I'd fall asleep before I reached me destination!

Wry  Male  Norfolk 15-Jan-2017 23:03 Message #4673635
Been having warped fantasies, Jason?
bella111  Female  Devon 15-Jan-2017 23:20 Message #4673637
Actuallly Sandy, think you have misinterpreted Cassis, not neccessarily deliberately or not, butI have to guess we will both have to go bed with our respective partners
Wry  Male  Norfolk 16-Jan-2017 00:48 Message #4673646
Do you have a respective partner bella, or is he/she/it/them a fantasy?
bella111  Female  Devon 16-Jan-2017 06:26 Message #4673648
Sometimes Wry. Sometimes Not lol??
A_man_called_CHIOG  Male  South East London 16-Jan-2017 07:37 Message #4673652
I don't have fantasies or crushes but I'm guessing the thread is just as much about fancies!

Sofia Vergara has it all. beauty, brains, humour and personality. A rare combination.

Emma Watson is not bad either.

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