Tuesday, February 23, 2016

don't care a fig & faculty


Complete Works of Virginia Woolf: The Voyage Out

"I don't care a fig one way or the other," said Ambrose. "If any creature is so deluded as to think that a vote does him or her any good, let him have it. He'll soon learn better."

"All one's faculties have their play," said Richard. 


don't care a fig:
if you say that you don't care a fig, you mean that something or someone is not important to you at all.

1. any of the physical or mental abilities that a person is born with;
2. a department or group of related departments in a college or university;

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