It's all well and good having a relationship, but at the end of the day all I want to do is get my leg over.
Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: seeget, one's, leg, over.
1991: He just didn't quite get his leg over. — Jonathan Agnew, BBC Test Match Special, describing Ian Botham treading on his stumps. Co-commentator Brian Johnston was reduced to a fit of on-air giggles at the (presumably unintentional) double-entendre with the slang sense above. Quoted in The Guinness Book of Cricket Blunders, Cris Freddi, Guinness Publishing, 1996, ISBN0-85112-624-3, page 138.