How can you care for the opinion of the crowd, when you don't care twopence
for the opinion of the individual?"
How they pile the poor little craft mast-high with fine clothes and big houses; with useless servants, and a host of swell friends that do not care twopence
for them, and that they do not care three ha'pence for; with expensive entertainments that nobody enjoys, with formalities and fashions, with pretence and ostentation, and with - oh, heaviest, maddest lumber of all!
And she, too, pretending to flirt with Sir Charles--as if he would care twopence
Tiny Tim drank it last of all, but he didn't care twopence
Mr Venter would be well advised to stop bragging about the "character building" features of rugby union and instead learn a little humility and style from a man steeped in the world of football, who faces an audience, in every respect, vastly bigger and more vocal and demanding than the few thousand hardy souls who care twopence
about the fate of Saracens.
"What now for the man who doesn't care twopence
? There's suddenly a new value on his devil-may-care attitude.