Grand Lord Munchkin
Somewhat off topic, I always found this odd. "I could care less." That means you care a great deal and that it is possible for you to care less than you do.
Why do Americans say this? It's essentially the opposite of what they mean.
The Brits, Aussies and Canadians all say, "I couldn't care less", which makes far more sense because it suggests that your level of caring is so low, it couldn't possible get any lower.
Yeah, most of us use the latter rather than the former. For those who don't, you can blame the public education system. icknose:We say "couldn't care less" as well. At least some of us.
Anyway, to the OP, while I have no idea how you would do that, the idea sounds really epic. If you manage to get it to work then please post it. I would love to see it.