Charter Action Review Effort
CARE’s tasks are:
To independently evaluate each chapter of the City’s Charter while also attending and reviewing every City-appointed Charter Revision Commission meeting.
To make recommendations to the Commission that truly reflect the prevailing values of the community at large.
To resolve differences in open discussion between CARE and the Commission.
To maintain an open-door policy for public comment and suggestions during the revision process.
To commit to keep the Public informed of Commission activities.
said when you really don't. a very sarcastic statement that is usually funny.
Person one: oh wow! look at me i'm so great.
Person two: care.
Used when someone is trying to tell you something and you have no interest in what they are saying, so you put your hand up and say "Care!"
Girl: OMG i had the best day ever today!
Boy: CARE! (with hand motion)
Girl: (runs away crying)
A very common saying among young people today, especially in Catholic Schools, meaning the opposite of the intended meaning of the word (i.e. I don't care).
Variants include "Will care," "Do care," and "Care about ____."
"Do care about math class"
"Go Raiders Woo!"
"Care about the Raiders."
-short for "who cares";
-said with a new york/staten island accent
-invented by careselo ratto (;
Teacher "did you do your homework"
Debby "you smell"
1 - to be concerned or show empathy toward someone.
2 - to show affection or love to someone.
3 - to provide for someone in need.
4 - a recently used North American slang that emphasizes your lack of interest in a matter or to simply interrupt someone in conversation.
1/2 - You must realize how much I care for you.
3 - I will take care of all the work.
4 - How are you doing today?
Well I am doing...
used to express to someone that you don't give a shit about what they have to say. Basically a shotrnend version of "Do I care?"
Tim: " Hey man I just made my own T-shirt."
A short version of saying "who cares".
Bill - "I saw a really good movie last night".
John - "Cares"?
Bill - "I do".