Day 3610: I could care less

Yesterday, I realized in therapy that it would be nice to care less and do nothing every once in a while — instead of being constantly driven to get things done right. For example, I could care less about our shower remodel and all the decisions I have to make about it.

I would also like to care less about what is happening to Twitter now that Elon Musk is being so care-less with people’s lives, feelings, and money.

I could care less that I haven’t yet figured out the music for this new song I’m writing:

I Don’t Want to Write a Song

I don’t want to write a song

I don’t want to right a wrong

I don’t want to move along,

But I guess I will.

I don’t want to do a thing

That is hard and exhausting

I don’t want to play and sing,

But I guess I will.

I especially don’t want to write a bridge

The part of a song that makes me itch

And feel like I’m an amateurish bitch,

But I guess I will.

I don’t want to try and fail,

Spend some time to no avail,

Try to run, but move like a snail

But I guess I will.

I don’t want to finish this

Or anything on my to-do list.

But I guess it’s done.

And, actually, it was sort of fun.

©️Ann Koplow, 2022

I could care less about the images I have to share with you today.

I could care less about individually-wrapped candies.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “I could care less.”

I could care less about speaking and writing properly.

I also care about you reading this I-could-care-less post, so thank YOU for caring!

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4 thoughts on “Day 3610: I could care less

  1. I have to care a lot about stuff happening in the now, Ann, but maybe in the arrival of 2023 I can care a bit less.

  2. I don’t really care what other people think of me, except for those whose love I share

  3. Leon Fairbanks

    Your use of the phrase “could care less” is clear, playing on the ambiguity of the phrase, but it motivated me to look it up. Here’s what I found: “Couldn’t care less” and “could care less” are both used to mean someone doesn’t care at all, but English teachers and grammarians will say that only “couldn’t care less” is correct, so that is what you should use in formal or academic writing.

  4. You definitely made me laugh at John Cleese’s response to “I could care less.” I’ve always said I couldn’t care less, so now I’m not sure if I have been watering down my own meaning. But in the end, I really could care less. 🙂

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