who's counting?

but who's counting

A phrase dismissing the quantity of something just mentioned. Can be used in a passive-aggressive manner (because someone is obviously counting if they can readily enumerate something). A: "Well, you've only worked three hours this week, but who's counting?" B: "I'm sorry, sir, but I've been sick all week." I've had four pieces of candy, but who's counting? Pass me another!
See also: but, count
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who’s ˈcounting?

(informal) used to say that you do not care how many times something happens: I’ve been late for school three times this week — but who’s counting?
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I have even bought some knee-high boots with zips - well five pairs actually but who's counting? "I am still wearing compression stockings but they have gone from size 13 to size 5 and I have started aqua aerobics and even joined Slimming World.
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"Who's counting?" Vettel said in the post-race news conference, with a hint of sarcasm.
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Finger-food options like dippable popcorn shrimp or cheesy shrimp quesadillas will have the whole family cleaning their plates and asking for seconds (or thirds, but who's counting?).
"The census is the gold standard," said Joe Salvo, director of the Population Division of the NYC Department of Planning, at the Citizens Housing Planning Council panel discussion May 31 "Census 2020: Who's Counting?"
He won just 10 legs all night, but when you've won 123 out of 136 contests at the world championship, who's counting? For Cross, life will never be the same.
The great dame Gilda Fernando has celebrated another birthday, but who's counting? She has pronounced herself Forever 81 by decree.
3 WHO'S COUNTING? THERESA May will have been Prime Minister for 331 days on June 8.
Who's counting? Looking around me in the street, not many.
"In two years and seven months (who's counting?), I'll be vested in my state's retirement plan and can retire (in my 50s) with health benefits.
So here's what I recommend after figuring out where to store over 5,000 pair of shoes (it's really closer to a million but who's counting?) during my career as a closet designer:
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