Do you stop calling it a "fantasy" once you've fulfilled it?

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Do you stop calling it a "fantasy" once you've fulfilled it?

LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Silly question perhaps, but I'm just wondering
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Yes
52  (43%)
No
69  (57%)
Total votes: 121
Poll is closed
01/06/2011
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NuMe NuMe
I don't think it's silly. I think it's a good question. Personally, I'm not 100% sure. I guess in referring to the fulfillment you would still call it a fantasy. But it is no longer a fantasy that you still have and is unfulfilled. Know what I mean? LOL!

So I'm voting "other". Though the option is not there.

Good luck with this poll. I look forward to reading the responses.
01/06/2011
UnknownGirl UnknownGirl
I would say "yes." If it's been fulfilled it would then be reality, not fantasy.
01/06/2011
sophie2229 sophie2229
well you can fantasize about a fulfilled fantasy!
01/06/2011
NuMe NuMe
Quote:
Originally posted by sophie2229
well you can fantasize about a fulfilled fantasy!
I've done that. There have been nights that have been so hot, that just thinking about them the next day literally sends jolts through me. LOL!
01/06/2011
Annemarie Annemarie
Quote:
Originally posted by sophie2229
well you can fantasize about a fulfilled fantasy!
This, and you can have reoccurring fantasies of the same basic principle, but involving different places/people/things.
01/06/2011
Lady Neshamah Lady Neshamah
once i got to live out one of mine, i still say it is a fantasy
01/06/2011
moonch1ld moonch1ld
I put no because I think some fantasies continue after they've been fulfilled once such as having a threesome perhaps while others may be a one time get it out of the way kinda fantasy like having sex on a castle. So yes and no depending on if you continue to fantasize about doing it again.
01/06/2011
moonch1ld moonch1ld
Quote:
Originally posted by Annemarie
This, and you can have reoccurring fantasies of the same basic principle, but involving different places/people/things.
This probably describes what I'm thinking better.
01/06/2011
Yoda Yoda
Once it becomes "real" it's no longer a fantasy.
01/06/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I voted no - it remains a fantasy. My reasoning is that I'm assuming that the act remains relatively rare and highly exciting. But if it becomes routine, then yes it's no loner a fantasy.
01/06/2011
SexyTabby SexyTabby
I voted no because there isn't an other. It really would depend on the outcome of the fantasy. If it was good why would it not stay a fresh fantasy? If it wasn't good you wouldn't keep having a fantasy about it so no. Gotta agree too if it becomes routine it isn't really a fantasy either cuz yeah it becomes normal.
01/06/2011
rdytogo rdytogo
Quote:
Originally posted by sophie2229
well you can fantasize about a fulfilled fantasy!
This is why I voted no to the question.
01/06/2011
C4ss C4ss
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I voted no - it remains a fantasy. My reasoning is that I'm assuming that the act remains relatively rare and highly exciting. But if it becomes routine, then yes it's no loner a fantasy.
I agree.
It can remain a fantasy.
01/06/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by LavenderSkies
Silly question perhaps, but I'm just wondering
Personally, even if it is fulfilled it is still a fantasy in my book.
01/06/2011
mrs.mckrakn mrs.mckrakn
always thought as a fantasy as a sexual thought
01/06/2011
The Awesome Penguin The Awesome Penguin
I think so.
01/06/2011
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Quote:
Originally posted by NuMe
I don't think it's silly. I think it's a good question. Personally, I'm not 100% sure. I guess in referring to the fulfillment you would still call it a fantasy. But it is no longer a fantasy that you still have and is unfulfilled. ...
I'm with ya NuMe!
01/06/2011
hive83 hive83
Quote:
Originally posted by LavenderSkies
Silly question perhaps, but I'm just wondering
It is a good question i had to stop and think. I think you can still fantasize about a fantasy even after.
01/06/2011
ZenaidaMacroura ZenaidaMacroura
If I fulfilled a fantasy, I think I'd still fantasize about it but not CALL it a fantasy. As silly as that is.
01/06/2011
Lucidity Lucidity
I love this question, and I love the responses! I have to agree with some of the other posters, that you can fantasize about things you've done.

There are several fantasies I've fulfilled, and still think about and want to do again, and there are several interactions I've had that I constantly fantasize about... love it!
01/06/2011
Mr. & Mrs. Peg Mr. & Mrs. Peg
I think you can still call a fantasy a fantasy even after you experience it, especially if you want to do it again. I see your point though. Maybe it's a variation on a fantasy at that point....or maybe just fantastic sex!
01/06/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by Lucidity
I love this question, and I love the responses! I have to agree with some of the other posters, that you can fantasize about things you've done.

There are several fantasies I've fulfilled, and still think about and want to do again, ...
Thanks! I too love all the responses and find the near 50/50% poll results fascinating!
01/07/2011
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To me, for something to be a fantasy, you can not have done it before. If you have done it and still feel the same desire toward it, I would then call it a fetish.
01/07/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
I'm with the crowd that thinks you can still fantasize about a fulfilled fantasy, because it can, in most cases, always happen again, and you can fantasize about the next time it happens.
01/18/2011
x cherri x cherri
I think it can still be a fantasy as long as it can happen again
01/19/2011
sweet seduction sweet seduction
yep
01/19/2011
Rayne Millaray Rayne Millaray
Eh to me, fantasizing doesn't always mean longing after something you haven't had. It also means wishing for something you want to have again, or replaying something you've done in your mind. But what do I know?
01/19/2011
vanillaSpice vanillaSpice
I think it depends, but yes, I stop calling it that. That doesn't mean I stop fantasizing about it, I just consider fantasies to have not taken place (Yet!).
01/20/2011
A Good Girl A Good Girl
I don't really have many fantasies per say (maybe I'm boring) I think of it more as curiosities or the bucket list. When one gets crossed off it's just something I've done.
01/20/2011
Total posts: 64
Unique posters: 58