I am aware that the verb want is a stative verb and many grammar books and teachers say it is correct to use it in the continuous form. But as is the case with lot of stative cases, there some instances in which they can be used to the continuous form to communicate a different flavor of meaning. So that has gottem me thinking about if it is possible to use want in the continuous form to express a stronger desire for something or to do something. For example:
I am wanting that phone really bad.
If it is possible, then how commonly is it is used in the progressive form by English native speakers?