Here's how it works, folks.
Which is actually, probably, true.
My List of Things About Which I Care
1. The Health and Well-being of My Offspring
2. World Peace
3. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
9. Reading Excellent Books
10. Writing Excellent Books
99,972. Whether or not the Post Office Delivers on Saturdays
99,973. The Reproductive Cycle of Earthworms
99,974. The Marriage and/or Divorce of a Reality TV "Star"
I take back what I said above. Actually, I can not think of anything about which I care less. The marriage and/or divorce of a reality TV personality would be on the bottom of my list.
How about I put it this way: every time "I could care less" is used incorrectly, an attention whore gets a reality TV show.
*screams* DO YOU PEOPLE NOT REALIZE WHAT YOU ARE DOING TO THE FABRIC OF SOCIETY?
*small voice* Thank you for learning to use this correctly.
Here's a bonus vocab tip - Literally does not mean the same thing as Figuratively or Symbolically.
|Literally Borrowed from The Oatmeal. Whose Book You should Literally Buy|
Yet while not all people can marry their life-partners, reality TV stars (and in some states, first cousins) can get married anytime they want. Could I care less? On this subject, yes. On my list, below world peace but way above the reproductive cycle of earthworms, is this crazy concept that every consenting adult should be allowed the opportunity to enter into a happy - or miserable - marriage.
If you couldn't care less about reality TV celebs and their faux marriages, please leave a comment.
Or simply if you could care less about this blog post.