“Dating out of your league is like trying to haul a big heavy trailer with a motorcycle; and you’re the trailer.”

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  1. benzeknees says:

    It’s so much better to be the one to be aspired to – hubby knew when he met me, he was dating out of his league, so he works really hard to keep me & make me happy.

  2. kateherrod says:

    You’re right, its so much better to ride with your fellow Hells Angles

    • haha
      …usually i never care about spelling, but “hells angles” made me think of a vigilantes geometry club ;)

      • kateherrod says:

        Oh my gosh! I’m so embarrassed!

        I wrote that super fast… I actually DO know the difference between an angle and an angel.

        Obviously I wasn’t a geometry nerd… haha

        • haha don’t worry!
          how else are you supposed to discover fun new ways to play with words? it’s like all the scientific, or unscientific, discoveries that have happened by happy accidents. the frisbee was a pie tin. the slinky was along the same lines. and super strong carbon nanotubes were the biproduct of an arc welding ‘mis-hap.’
          I’m kind of rambling, but when you start using thing in ways they weren’t intended, that’s what’s called “creative.”

          so miss spell away!

  3. Miss Molly says:

    This is such a great and funny and true statement! Hey, thanks for dropping by the Cellist at the Star Fish Cafe…I’m going to be following you in return…

  4. Of course the trailer might be the preview

  5. Sigh. Not going there. I hate being the trailer. ;-)

  6. Reblogged this on 1 Year of Single and commented:
    Ha ha ha ha…

  7. Never, ever think anything is out of your league, because once you get going, it’s hard to stop, get over the bumps, and they love you all the more for sticking with them through the struggle, and it’s all easy going from there. Don’t sweat the small stuff.

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