While I remain hopeful of one day spotting a wildcat on my ventures in the Highlands, I couldn't care less
if I never saw Mr Brewer's face on my screen again.
The trouble with these footballers is that they think their lives affect us, whereas in fact, we couldn't care less
what they "allegedly" do in their spare time
Honestly, I couldn't care less
whether I get unfairly criticised.
Now the popular Scot couldn't care less
if his bout stinks the hall out when he faces Charles Shepherd for the vacant British super-featherweight at Glasgow's St Andrew's Sporting Club on September 22.
A change in name is easy, and the white folks couldn't care less
She's a 32-year-old woman with a new baby who's still pulling her weight with a load of fairly tedious royal duties so I couldn't care less
if she wore her barnet dyed red in dreadlocks.
They couldn't care less
because they and their children live on the fat of the land.
MARTIN O'Neill has defi-antly defended his reputation for leaving signings until late in the transfer window, roaring: "I couldn't care less
what people think.
All this guff chief executives come out with about globalisation and remaining competitive are just excuses to hike up profits, and they couldn't care less
about the social consequences in this country.
Scientific evidence has shown, they say, that four out of five serial forwarders couldn't care less
if you do in fact read the material.
Yet it's likely the ordinary public couldn't care less
as long as there are enough bobbies to keep our streets free of crime.
I will not be weaker, I can promise you, and the players couldn't care less
He feels they're destined for each other; she couldn't care less
Here I was, flying high above a red state, and my macho paragliding instructor couldn't care less
if I was gay or not.
However, you get the impression that the Aussie couldn't care less
whether he wins or loses and you would prefer guaranteed effort for your money.