The adage about wanting to have something both ways should be stated thusly: He wants to eat his cake and have it too. Note the meaning. So, why do people always say, "He wants to have his cake and eat it too"? So what? That's the way I always approach a cake: first I have it, then I eat it. But you can't eat it and still have it. Look the aphorism up. And finally: It's "I could not care less." By saying "I could care less," you are saying that, yes, there are even greater degrees of apathy possible. Thank you.