What Does The Phrase 'Am I Bovvered' Mean?


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Am I bovered, is the widespread local dialect in England which means, Do you think I care, I am not even vaguely interested, I don't care a fig, So What?
Bothered the verb this originated from means to be bothered, in other words worried, anxious, concerned.
So, * Am I bovered*, is a retorical question. Am I bothered, no I am not, I do not care.
If you watch the Catherine Tate show on the BBC, you will see this phrase used over and over in the show, in a spoof of the people who use it daily in England to express how they feel
about life in general.

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