Saturday, August 28, 2010

Good Stuff: John Cleese Couldn't Care Less

John Cleese indulges in a wee rant about folks who say could care less when they mean couldn't care less.

He's right, of course. If you could care less, then why bother mentioning it at all? The correct expression is couldn't care less.


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  3. What about "As if I could care less!" - it really means "I couldn't care less", doesn't it?