Good always has some bad and bad always has some good. I think the ultimate wish would be to experience any pure good thing without the negative element:
eating chocolate without putting on weight;
experiencing sun without having to travel or wear sun cream;
drinking without the hangover;
getting full activity back on the blog without the pressure of having to keep up with all the new posts;
lying in without missing half the day;
experiencing caffeine happiness without the caffeine palpitations;
being fit without having to do any exercise for it;
watching box sets/read/net without wasting all your free time;
experiencing good fortune without the ensuing guilt.
becoming proficient in all manner of academic subjects, without putting in the effort or time to study.
You might say that there's growth in the getting there and it's good to have both sides but I disagree. I want the end and not the middle. Learning from bad experiences is overrated, I can learn as much from my 24-7 pass-the-time self-analysis than I can from having bad done on me. Lazy is my middle name, I want it all without the effort, I always related to that line in the Alanis Morrissette song "there's an obvious attraction to the path of least resistance in your life" it's meant to be a bad thing but it's not, it's the ultimate in desire. Everyone should want this way.