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It depends on the situation. First let's get something clear. When someone doesn't care about something, then that means by definition that they have no ...
Well, as I don't care means absolutely no care about this thing at all that would include ... So no, it's different words, and it has different meanings.
“I couldn't care less” is the right form of a conventional phrase to indicate that you really do not care very much at all. “I could care less” is gibberish ...
It means that you have already made up your mind about the person in question - “I don't care what they say about you….because you're all right.”.
It means hes just not that into you, dear. No buts about it. Sorry Not Sorry, but Be the “brave bad guy" (but it's totally a “good truthful guy” ) and Break ...
You've got it backwards. The proper phrase is “I couldn't care less”, meaning “I don't care AT ALL”.
It means : I don't care at all . However that's a slang phrase and it's kind of rude . 4.7K views ...
If by “at all” you truly mean the person doesn't care one single bit what other people think of or say about them (they aren't just pretending like they ...
first of all, do you care about her, I mean I have liked someone without really caring about them, it's something called sexual attraction. 178 views ...
What people hear when you say “I don't care” is that you don't care about them. So of course, there's offense. Sounds counter intuitive, right? After all ...