OK! While I’m writing this straight after I’ve written my “why I blog post” where I mentioned “Roadkill”. That post jumped the queue and now we have resumed our normal programming.
To all the single ladies, past, present and future. Roadkill is that term I have for when being single gets monotonous and in order to not being alone or ‘so-alone’ we drop our perceived standards of who is acceptable to date.
I’m not at all suggesting, we only want to date millionaires with boats (sorry yachts) or a castle (it’s never too late) however.
No job, no car, no home, no furniture? (ok that’s a work-around) however.
Our mentality is, we see them by the side of the road with a broken leg or completely flattened and smeared all over the road (Just got ‘dark’ didn’t it?) and the nurturing part of us thinks.
“It’s OK, with a little TLC (tender loving care) and a little work, he will scrub up OK.”
You can help them get a job, get a care, etc…
Eventually, they are fixed enough to take them home to meet your mum. You follow? Yeah No!
Helen does not do Roadkill anymore!