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    A fat lot I care!

    Dear teachers,

    Yesterday I stumbled on the sentence “A fat lot I care!”

    Knowing the meaning of the expression “fat lot” = “very little or none at all” I figured that I could make the following wording of the same kind:

    1. I am past caring.

    2. I couldn’t care less.

    3. I am perfectly indifferent to something.

    4. It’s all the same to me.

    5. It makes no difference to me.

    Would you be kind enough to tell me your opinion concerning the matter in question?

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    Re: A fat lot I care!

    I don't care about it, and I don't want to be bothered about it. (1 & 2) Example:
    A: I lost a hundred dollars playing blackjack in Las Vegas.
    B: A fat lot I care.

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