And forthwith, he lowers the boom: If you're a stickler, you deplore the idea of using "could care less
" to mean "couldn't care less." What could be more obvious than a preference for saying what you mean over saying the exact opposite.
"We know this may come as a surprise to someone as self-absorbed as Ms Remini, but we could care less
if she wins or loses on Dancing with the Stars," a spokesperson from the church said in a statement to RadarOnline.com.
Readers will then be able to choose confidently between "affect" and "effect," "who" and "whom," and "could care less
" and "couldn't care less." Scattered along the way are pop quizzes to assist readers in making sure they are absorbing the lessons.
I could care less
that every time she takes yet another disastrous turn in life, she does it with four children in tow.
The Democrats could care less
about families--that's what this says."