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fantasize

(făn′tə-sīz′)
v. fanta·sized, fanta·sizing, fanta·sizes
v.tr.
To portray in the mind; imagine.
v.intr.
To indulge in fantasies.
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Around 28% of us fantasise about trying new bedroom fun but don't have the nerve to carry them out.
Men fantasise about Wags (England football stars' wives and girlfriends) when they are with their girlfriends in the bedroom.
Other results from the UK section of the survey found 49 per cent of men fantasise about sex with their best friend's partner and 16 per cent of women think about sex with their boss.
nasbti Tell him you don't think it's a good idea to fantasise about someone who's 'real' and you both know because it might throw up issues around insecurity or jealousy for one or both of you.
It's OK to fantasise but stick to one woman at a time - and one generation at a time, too, for that matter
In studies 95 per cent of men and women say they fantasise in bed.
Sex is great but lately I find that while we're doing it I fantasise about having sex with my ex boyfriend.
But my faith in these things was wrecked once and for all when a recent one reported that when making love, most married men fantasise that their wives aren't fantasising.
PEOPLE fantasise about many different things and often they involve visualising situations a person wouldn't really want to experience in the real world.
MANY women fantasise about having sex with another woman and it doesn't make you secretly gay or even bisexual.
Almost 60 per cent even fantasise they are with the lead actor.
One gender difference is that men tend to fantasise about visual aspects of sex - great legs, nice boobs and pert bum - while women emphasise the emotional context in which the encounter takes place, like a sun-drenched wheat field or having sex with a stranger.