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    Serious debate! If I can't be bothered to do something...

    Would you say that

    "I can't be asked"
    or
    "I can't be a**ed"

    I always thought it was the latter but my Sis-in law says "asked" and I just saw someone else say the same on here - but it doesn't make sense to me?

    So, what do you think?

    16 Comments

    im not a common-er, so neither.

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    black gerbil1;2870905

    im not a common-er, so neither.



    Lol .....

    defo the latter :-D

    Original Poster

    black gerbil1;2870905

    im not a common-er, so neither.



    I am not either, that's why I don't know :giggle:

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    MrGrumpyman;2870921

    defo the latter :-D



    commener (no such word - no doubt)

    i answer to no-one so say netiher - lol



















    the latter really :oops:

    Yes, definitely the latter, or just CBA if I really CBA!

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    melu;2870926

    t+be+asked"]Clicky



    Aah, how resourceful you are! :thumbsup:

    It's the latter isn't it? I just assumed people used the first because of the filter:?

    sassie;2870931

    commener (no such word - no doubt)i answer to no-one so say netiher - … commener (no such word - no doubt)i answer to no-one so say netiher - lolthe latter really :oops:



    Netiher, made me titter, sounds like a funny word to me :-D

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    2nd option!

    ODB_69;2871004

    2nd option!


    yep definitely :thumbsup:

    nikkib123;2871316

    Second one deffo - Could go in depth but cant be ............


    :giggle: :thumbsup:

    I'd say I can't be bothered

    Defo can't be arsed :thumbsup:

    can't be arsed to answer
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