Until now, I couldn't be bothered
thinking about the referendum.
It is the feeling of "I couldn't be bothered
or I am not interested", or it is the feeling of apathy but taken to its extreme.
B) Lazy--it looks like you couldn't be bothered
to come up with innovative images and therefore decided to just write the institution title down.
The 64-year-old frontman said: "I think we were offered it and we said we couldn't be bothered
or we were in Hawaii or somewhere while it was on.
weapons inspectors themselves said they could find no weapons of mass destruction and begged for more time to look, Bush couldn't be bothered
It was as if the two-time defending City Section champions couldn't be bothered
with Venice on Tuesday.
But Taylor was adamant that even if he does decide to come out of retirement he couldn't be bothered
to face the Dutchman.
But that trash, the unserviceables, were a key to supply, Depots could fix, and to requisitions reply; But Hoarder couldn't be bothered
with mere readiness, Of hoarding and trash piles he couldn't care less.
Alternatively, we were excellent in the first half and couldn't be bothered
He was stabbed in the face six times by two muggers who couldn't be bothered
to earn the money to buy their own car and so decided to take someone else's.
is the just-published Grove Book of Art Writing, which is nothing but an "American" edition of the Penguin Book of Art Writing(London, 1998), though Grove couldn't be bothered
to Americanize the spellings.
The Tories and Lib Dems in Wales predictably voted for the increase but, for all their bluster, the Labour MPs couldn't be bothered
one way or another.
And I'd like to think you couldn't be bothered
If you asked them to put their hands up, they probably couldn't be bothered
H ROBINSON of Bridgend says: "No wonder the NHS is in such trouble when the likes of Carey Williams are suing them because he couldn't be bothered
to take his spare leg on holiday" (Mirror Mailbox, February 14).