from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Attention, heed.
- n. Concern, affair.
- n. Consequence; significant change in or effect on a situation or state; difference.
- v. To ignore.
- v. Common misspelling of never mind.
Oh wait, that's because she can't win ... nevermind.
Protector one: nevermind, that is f*ck*ng awesome tip though
That I'm really that fucking pliable - No, no, nevermind, that isn't even it.
Stephan: Yes it damned well IS "nevermind," when Charles' original post was directed at a specific question entirely unrelated ...
Or are you speaking in vernacular, using "nevermind" as a noun, as in: it makes no nevermind.
If "nevermind" was the biggest error in my comment, I don't think you have any business criticizing me at all.
I refuse to believe you were able to read "From Hell", nevermind "Lucifer", in less then a week !
And Kim Jong-Il promptly said, "nevermind," and violated the deal and that they need somebody to kick the can a bit.
Then, as the credit markets tightened and the economic situation became less and less predictable, he simply rang up Don Garber and said "nevermind".
Bush and cronies should not be allowed to simply walk away with a "nevermind" response from the world.
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