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'There's no love lost between these two' - the fuck does that mean?
explain it so
read this: http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=202696
the phrase makes absolutely no sense, even less sense when people try to explain it. in fact it's a contender for most retarded phrase ever
so they haven't lost any by hating each other
WTF WITH THE PEEP SHOW/INBETWEENERS LYNX AD ON THE RIGHT
so you care a lot?
it's 'couldn't care less'. it really bugs me when people get it wrong. i'm like WOAH DUH that doesn't make sense
That's the CORRECT phrase, yeah, but to say that it's the "commonly used" phrase is to say that most people aren't ignorant tripeshovels.
got that wrong, muppet
Yanks say "could care less". We tend to say "couldn't." Facts.
no I didn't, muppet
I have NEVER understood this phrase.
And when you ask someone to explain it, they NEVER can.
Surely if there isn't any love LOST in the relationship it means there's love there!?
it means 'don't think there must be some love somewhere, but it's just been lost, because there simply isn't any'
I think flying colours is referring to air force honours, so therefore its like 'I didn't just do well, i did so well i deserve a medal for it'
What? Do you, like, ordinarily stand upside down, such that when you fell, you basically just flipped up the right way round?
it's weired, i've seen it loads but never been exactly sure...is it like an abbreviation of birthday cake party?
i'll ask my mum, she knows everything.
no you're not, you're having hot food at around 6pm and there's no tea in sight