I used to bang on about this too, and then I read that it's supposed to be said in an ironic way, as in "Like I care?"Unfortunately most people who use it don't have a clue.
I could care less makes me want to kill, and I can't stand Nancy Grace. Thank God I don't have the channel she's on so I won't accidentally come across her stupidity.Love,Janie
This one is a puzzler for anyone thinking...but I fear most of us don't think deeply most of the time. :)
I'm just glad we are in March so I don't have to hear "Feb-u-ary" anymore. Don't get me started on people who like to take "pitchers." grind grind.
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As English is not my mothertongue, I don't know why I should care :)
I must admit that I've never heard anyone say that over here!I get irritated by peoples' use of *I* and *me* though. Even officials on TV News have been heard to say "Goodnight from David and I"Maggie xNuts in May
As a former English teacher and present writer and editor, that's one phrase that makes the hairs on my neck stand up. There's another word that is always misused and that's "irregardless". There is no such word as "irregardless", it's always "regardless".
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Spot on. "I couldn't care less " is so obviously the correct phrasing, it amazes me when anyone uses the other.
My latest tee shirt says it all--"I'm silently correcting your grammar."It seems that NO ONE is immune to using bad grammar these days. I hear a lot of congressmen making horrible and embarrassing errors on t.v.
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Actually a person could care less than they already do, but yeah, I get your point. Besides the word irregardless, my other grammar police word is oreintated. Really irks me when people say that or any of the derivatives of the word oriented.
I hadn't really though about it. I guess I would want to know what they care about.
A personal toothgrinder: Nuke-yuh-lure. Grrr, and again I say: GRRR.
It would be very interesting if there is a Grammar Police.