Could care less” vs. “couldn’t care less”
People have been known to engage in bitter arguments as to which of these English terms is correct. But all it takes is a bit of logic to work out the winner.
March 24, 2017 was a breakthrough day for writers:
The Associated Press style guide allowed -- for the very first time -- that forms of “they” might sometimes be used to stand for singular nouns. It was by no means a full-blown endorsement. But it opened the door to a usage that has appeared in common English speech for decades.