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“I Don’t Care” As a Positive

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Jim from Bowling Green, Kentucky, says he’s heard some folks in his area use the phrase “I don’t care” when they mean to accept an offer. This affirmative use is somewhat similar to saying “Don’t mind if I do,” meaning “Yes, thank you.” This is part of a complete episode.

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