How much do you care?
Nice to hear you could care less, but as I don't give a monkey's I couldn't.
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>>>How many words and/or phrases in the English language can you count that now mean the opposite of what they originally meant?<<<
So I should say the opposite of what I mean? Downvote means upvote? 'No means yes, your honour'.
We should embrace 'irrigardless'? Give up on education?
I'm with you, it should be 'couldn't care less'.
It's American vs. English English again. This came up on A Way With Words a while back, the 'could care less' is more common in the US, 'couldn't care less' more in the UK. It was probably an American being quoted in the title.
Tempting to end with 'like I could care less', but I do care, so I won't...
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Two kidiots. Both Minecraft enthusiasts. Both bothered by possibility of change within the Minecraft universe. Microsoft had better tread very carefully else they'll have bought $2.5B of NEGATIVE "goodwill and other intangibles."
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