Who Cares

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Small font in yellow text  in lower case letters that give an air of casulity centered in the middle.  Three yellow stars are below the text.

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“Who cares” is an informal phrase often used rhetorically to emphasize or stress that something is of no importance. Depending on the context, the use of this phrase can sometimes be thought of as rude, arrogant, or even confrontational. Similar phrases include “I couldn’t care less,” “so what,” “no matter,” and “why should I care?”


Is saying 'who cares' rude or maybe even disrespectful? (2012, December 2). English Language & Usage. https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/92988/is-saying-who-cares-rude-or-maybe-even-disrespectful

Synonyms for who cares. (n.d.). Power Thesaurus. https://www.powerthesaurus.org/who_cares/synonyms

Who cares? (n.d.). Cambridge University. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/who-cares

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