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arsed

(ɑːst)
adj
be arsed slang to be willing, inclined, or prepared (esp in the phrase can't be arsed)
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Mark Rivers was a team-mate of mine when I played at Norwich and he was known as "Not Arsed".
Paxman responded: "If you can't be arsed to vote, why should we be arsed to listen to your political point of view?" But the presenter of the BBC2 show has now told the Radio Times that he did not vote at a recent election, a decision which he regretted, and that people "are sick of the tawdry pretences" in politics.
Step forward ARSED - the Arran Roads Slowly Eroding Down campaign.