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8 thoughts on “ I Couldnt Care Less
  1. Fauk says:
    Merriam-Webster treats the phrases couldn't care less and could care less as synonymous, both meaning "not concerned or interested at all." "Couldn't care less" is the older and more obvious phrase grammatically, but it has been confused for so long that both are now defined.
  2. Mutilar says:
    I couldn’t care less; I couldn't agree more; I couldn't ask you to do that; I couldn't have said it better myself; I couldn't hear you over the sound of (something) I dare be bound; I dare say; I declare to goodness; I declare! I didn't (quite) catch that; I didn't (quite) catch that (last) remark; I didn't catch that remark. and I didn't get that.; I didn't hear you.
  3. Zuluzilkree says:
    The Phrase: Couldn’t Care Less. You can use the phrase “couldn’t care less” to express disdain for or a lack of interest in something. For instance, we could say: I couldn’t care less about the weather. This implies the speaker has no interest in the weather.
  4. Moogujind says:
    According to most grammarians, this expression is logical and correct only with couldn’t. If a person says, “I couldn’t care less” about something, it means that the amount of care and concern they have about something could not be any less, any lower. This makes sense.
  5. Tegul says:
    Could’t Care Less As an Adjective. When hyphenated, “couldn’t care less” can also be used as an adjective to describe something that’s characterized by a lack of care or consideration. For example: I’m realy getting tired of his couldn’t-care-less attitude. Accepted Usage. Whatever the reason, “could care less” remains incredibly common.
  6. Malanris says:
    couldn't care less, he/I/she It doesn’t matter one bit; describing total indifference. The term originated in Great Britain, probably in the late s, and was very popular by the s. It not only expressed bored indifference but, during World War II, bravado.
  7. Nikot says:
    I could care less This is what stupid people say when they, in fact, mean, " I couldn't care less." The intent of the phrase is to express the fact that the level of caring the user has is nil. However when taken literally, the phrase dictates that there is at least some level of caring and it is possible to care less.
  8. Zulujinn says:
    The common but incorrect variant " could care less " (which would technically imply that you do care about something) is widely used because of either a translation mistake into English, or those who blindly use phrases without taking a moment to understand their actual meaning. Person A: A company just got sued for patent infringement!

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