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a blind bit of (something)

The smallest or any amount of something. (Usually used in negative constructions.) It doesn't make a blind bit of difference to me whether you do it now or this weekend—just get it done! I've been trying to show her I fancy her, but she hasn't taken a blind bit of notice.
See also: bit, blind, of
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a blind bit of —

the smallest bit of—; no — at all. informal
1995 Patrick McCabe The Dead School Not that it made a blind bit of difference what they thought, considering the way their lives were about to go.
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Players are prepared for that so moving back to the old calendar wouldn't make a blind bit of difference.
Because does anyone in their right mind think that China, Russia, India, USA and any number of other countries are either taking a blind bit of notice now or in what we would have done if we did these things?
The 59-year-old presenter hit out at his International Women's Day talk, which she said "didn't make a blind bit of sense".
"Working people are struggling to live as it is and not a blind bit of notice has been taken."
The former midfielder is backing Smith for a return to the national side and he's convinced being out of the game since 2011 won't make a blind bit of difference to the legendary Rangers manager's abilities to lead.
Darren Westwood It doesn't make a blind bit of difference.
"So, no disrespect, I don't take a blind bit of notice of anything that is written or said because I have to focus on the football and the players I have here."
The only person who thinks we are a real couple is Piers" ITV's Susanna Reid scolds her Good Morning Britain screen "partner" Piers Morgan for his flirtatious banter "Anybody who takes a blind bit of notice of economists these days needs to be placed in protective custody lest they do themselves serious harm" Sir Bernard Ingham
Then, people understood the value of food" Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, of River Cottage fame "Like Captain Mainwaring, I never mastered the cartwheel" Jeremy Lewis, deputy editor of The Oldie magazine "Anybody who takes a blind bit of notice of economists these days needs to be placed in protective custody lest they do themselves serious harm" Columnist and commentator Sir Bernard Ingham
No-one from the council takes a blind bit of notice.
Week in week out people throw in petitions relating to all types of concerns and issues yet our councillors don't take a blind bit of notice and do exactly what they like as they tear what was a great city to shreds.
Well, they can shout at the telly, but it's not going to make a blind bit of difference."
On the same theme, I believe Britain produces less than four per cent of global carbon dioxide emissions so even if we abandoned ALL attempts at reduction, it wouldn't make a blind bit of difference to the planet.
When it comes to the Atkins Diet, statistics don't make a blind bit of difference to me.
Nobody takes a blind bit of notice about what is happening around them.