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    Kindly tell me whether the usage here is OK.

    "I do not care a FOOT about you"

    I came across recently in come news paper the same usage slightly modified as below:

    "I do not care a BOOT about you"

    Please tell me whether foot or boot is the right usage !!!!


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    Re: Query

    I have not heard either of those two used.

    I would say, "I don't care a jot about you."


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