English has a collection of negative-polarity idiom frames with minimal direct objects involving an assortment of conventionalized nouns. These are often cited in idiom and slang dictionaries, for example with an explicit negator not :. There is considerable variation here, from idiom to idiom and person to person, as to which nouns can fill which slots, and the patterns are sometimes playfully or euphemistically extended to new items: not give a turd , not give a doggone. But patterns 1a and 1b have a fairly complex external syntax, occurring with no complement with the object of scorn supplied from context , with the object of scorn expressed by a PP most often in about or in a clause a WH interrogative clause, an if clause, or a that clause :. None of these observations are especially new, certainly not original with me. Take it to the school board!
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THE OFFICIAL....I DONT GIVE A RATS ASS!!!!!!!!!
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