fantasize about, on, of or over?

Prepositions after "fantasize"

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In 89% of cases fantasize about is used

Now if he could just stop fantasizing about Irene.

I started to fantasize about putting negative news on Facebook.

I think half of that show's appeal is people fantasizing about being that abusive to other people.

For the past year or so I have been reminiscing and daydreaming/fantasizing about the years of 2006/2007.

I still fantasize about that barebacking though, but I'd not going to go into anymore detail about how good it was.

Although I do fantasize about having big horsepower modern race running gear in an oldly just for the odd lap around now and then.

It is probably a bridge too far now but some Republicans must still be fantasizing about how Petraeus may be the only one able to rescue.

As a result, he had an intense hatred of pedophiles, admitting that he sometimes fantasizes about killing them, almost losing his job as a result.

In 5% of cases fantasize on is used

Barely a week goes by without a Democrat fantasizing on TV about murdering people who have other opinions.

In 3% of cases fantasize of is used

Still it is not bad to daydream once in a while and fantasize of what can never happen.

In 3% of cases fantasize over is used