Okay, this is important guys.
Is it “I couldn’t care less” or “I could care less”. I’ve seen a lot of Americans saying “I could care less”… But surely means that you already care? And you could care more?
Where as “I couldn’t care less” just means you couldn’t care because you don’t.
Which one do you use? Care to explain?
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- love-on-an-escalator answered: My fellow Americans often confuse sayings and words. Americans also say “irregardless” and “couldn’t of”. You’re right. Couldn’t care less.
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- oops-blondemoment answered: It’s I couldn’t care less but the only time I’ve heard someone say I could care less is when they were jealous/mad about something.
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- tacticalspookybadger answered: It’s couldn’t care less, if you really don’t give a fuck.
- thecompleteillustrated answered: haha, this is a weird question, mostly ‘cause there’s no answer. americans seem to love not making sense, so whatever sounds the most screwed
- awkwardannjay answered: both of those phrases are kinda the same. I couldnt care less and i could care less both are like i dont care.
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