We have all sorts of preconceived notions about what women in their 20s are interested in: clothes, getting a boyfriend, drinking cosmopolitans in cute outfits with their girlfriends. And some, if many, girls really do want that. (And why not? It sounds like fun.) But they also want other things, that perhaps aren't as widely represented. That's where this list comes into play: we're here to expose the things that don't get as popular coverage as the fantasy described above.
Some of the things below might seem a little crazy, a little farfetched. But they aren't. They have a documented history of being fantasized about by young women, specifically women in their twenties. Like Britney Spears said on that song, they're no longer girls, not yet women. They're at the halfway point, when they shake off the frivolity of youth, but are still unprepared to don the nun's habit of adulthood. They aren't twelve year old girls, desperately craving the new shade of nail polish from Limited Too (what year do I think this is???), but they aren't grown ups, thinking to themselves: "Hm, I should probably contribute to my RRSP!"
If you're sufficiently intrigued, keep reading to find out what 15 things girls in their 20s fantasize about.
15 A Boyfriend
14 Getting A Promotion
13 A Boyfriend Who's Good in Bed
12 Her High School Physique
11 InstaFame and YouTube Fortune
10 A Lesbian Fling
9 Going to Prison
8 An Affair With A Married Man
7 Going Off The Grid
6 Being Part of Taylor Swift's Girl Group
5 Travelling the World
4 Taking A Sex Seminar
3 Being Children Again
2 Having Children
1 Making Babies!
That's right: the #1 thing women in their 20s fantasize about is the same exact thing that people of every gender and every age fantasize about: DOING THE NASTAY! Who doesn't love a good roll in the hay? It's fun, it reduces tension, it brings people closer together, and it burns calories (not that many, but hey it's better than drizzling Nesquick right down your throat). During the Big O, all of the above-listed fantasies come true: you're rich, famous, young, beautiful, promoted, young, old. Whatever you want to be. The Buddhists who came up with the concept of Nirvana had clearly never had a body-rocking, toe-curling climax to make their nether regions tingle for an hour. Too bad for them... they missed out on a hell of a party!
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