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A child who has never fantasized about having other parents is seriously lacking in imagination. — Fred G. Gosman
The fact of the matter is, you don't give up what's natural. Anything I've fantasized about, I've done. — Ray Charles
People are so busy dreaming the American Dream, fantasizing about what they could be or have a right to be, that they're all asleep at the switch. Consequently we are living in the Age of Human Error. — Florence King
People fantasize about being a hero and helping someone in trouble. Batman is that fantasy realized-not just for Bruce Wayne, but for the audience. Inwardly, Bruce Wayne is still an adolescent watching his parents being murdered. That will never leave him. And people really relate to that. — Kevin Conroy
Most children - I know I did when I was a kid - fantasize another set of parents. Or fantasize no parents. They don't tell their real parents about that - you don't want to tell Mom and Dad. Kids lead a very private life. And I was a typical child, I think. I was a liar. — Maurice Sendak
I've always loved hip-hop, since I was a kid, that's the music that I loved. I think everyone of our generation kind of fantasized about hip-hop in some ways. — Joaquin Phoenix
The only thing I think I can be accused of about paparazzi is being really naive. I didn't think about it coming along with the job and I never, during my three years at drama school, fantasized about one bit of it. — Paul Bettany
I never fantasized or invented a thing, not one thing. I knew every single thing I ever wrote about. — Marguerite Young
I never not wanted to be a singer. Since I was 3, I knew this was what I wanted to do. Well, I can't say I wanted to do it, but I fantasized and thought about it all the time. I never thought it would actually happen.
I fantasize about going back to high school with the knowledge I have now.
I would shine. I would have a good time, I would have a girlfriend. I think that's where a lot of my pain comes from. I think I never had any teenage years to go back to.
I was darkly convinced that at age 52 I would kill myself because my mother committed suicide at that age. I was fantasizing that she was waiting for me on the other side of the grave.
I just never fantasized about Mr. Rogers, but I like his whole vibe.
It's interesting to fantasize having a man sink his teeth into your neck for sustenance, knowing that it isn't going to be terribly painful but rather very exciting.
Wearing this kind of costume is not something I fantasize about.
It's not natural, it's not comfortable. I don't see myself as this. But it gives you dramatic license to do almost anything when you're dressed as a bug.
Being able to fantasize for a couple of days at being a rock singer surpassed most things I've done on stage.
I am more of a New Yorker than ever and just actually, sometimes I fantasize about living somewhere else, where it's maybe not quite so crowded or stressful, blah, blah, blah and after September 11th, I guess I could just not imagine living anywhere else.
I've had trouble being in relationships and writing.
This has been a real problem for me. I don't know if it's because I'm not free to fantasize or create these fantasy things about other people.
I fantasize about having a manual job where I can come home at night, read a book and not feel responsible for what will happen the next day.
We all feel the urge to condemn ourselves out of guilt, to blame others for our misfortunes and to fantasize about total disaster.
I do fantasize about having my own shop one day.