whatevs

whatevs

(wɒˈtɛvz)
interj
slang chiefly Brit and Austral whatever
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Mark Drakeford's "whatevs, I'll get the bus" response, meanwhile, only served to underline the pettiness of the Foreign Office.
It's all rather (did we mention unnecessarily) complicated, but also hardly affected us during our gameplay, so whatevs.
We're lucky to have experts (thanks, awesome women!) who'll share their wisdom on anything from body processes (discharge, periods, sweat, whatevs) to mind matters: confidence, depression, friend issues, etc.
As Jake he'll attack a high school bully for stealing his artwork, but when faced with a multidimensional magical reality, his indifference is staggering, all "Yeah, like whatevs".
In 2015, she admitted that the photo was her way of saying she (http://www.eonline.com/news/649777/chrissy-teigen-explains-why-she-shared-her-stretch-marks-photo-she-s-tired-of-breaking-out-the-photoshop) wouldn't Photoshop images anymore , while in 2017, she proved she was relating to most moms who knew they had stretch marks, simply captioning her photo with "whatevs."
That's the way I always tell the story because Ventures back then were kind of whatevs and I had a pair and I couldn't get them loose.
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I thought it was baseball, and that mistake sent a considerable amount of scorn my way (this coming from a group of people who don't know the rules to soccer or cricket but fine, whatevs).
Whatevs. It's 2015, not 2012 - we've moved on, people.
Meanwhile, someone is beating you to that someone is beating you to that job, date, handbag, whatevs. job, date, handbag, whatevs.
Then, whatevs went on at Erith & Belvedere yesterday and depending what follows in the Vase semis, Shields remain -- with Shildon, West, Guisborough, Dunston and Marske -- in the most open and intriguing Northern League title race in memory.
Other words including, 'Milf' (a sexually desirable mother), 'cougar' (a woman who chooses men significantly younger than herself), 'hipsters' (those born in the 1980s and 90s who look down on their middle-class roots and favour a more bohemian lifestyle), 'sexting' (a sexually explicit text message), 'friends with benefits' (a casual sex partner with whom you are friendly) and 'whatevs' (a shortened version of 'whatever') have also been included, News.com.au reported.