not care two straws (about something)

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not care two straws (about something)

To not care in the slightest (about something or someone); to attach no importance to someone or something. I don't care two straws about making money, I just want to do something with my life that makes life better for others. I haven't cared two straws for the show ever since they killed off my favorite character. Do whatever you want, I don't care two straws.
See also: care, not, straw, two

not care two straws

care little or not at all.
See also: care, not, straw, two
References in classic literature ?
Who would care two straws (whatever precise amount of care two straws may represent) whether you are blown up, or hung up, or married, or drowned?
I amuse myself by paying a few compliments to a schoolgirl for whom I do not care two straws more than for any agreeable and passably clever woman I meet.
He knew he was a fool to bother about her; she was not the sort of woman who would ever care two straws for him, and she must look upon his deformity with distaste.
I don't care two straws about her brother, and I don't remember much of the letter, except that it was a short one.
Your aunt hates the sight of me--but I don't care two straws for that," remarked Lady Lydiard, showing the undignified side of her character once more.