For today’s post, I want to talk about one of my top grammar pet peeves: I could care less.
Here’s the thing, if you say “I could care less” it is implied that you do care to some extent. Basically, if you care at all, it is possible to care less.
So what do you say?
You say “I couldn’t care less.” This implies that there is absolutely no level of caring. If you don’t care at all, you can’t care any less.
Get it? I hope so . . . it drives me crazy when people use the wrong phrase.
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