One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Make no difference to.‘simple cases or hard cases, it's all one to me’
- ‘Look, simple cases or hard cases, it's one to me.’
- ‘The audience, the organizers, the two presiding media (newspapers and radio), are all one to him.’
- ‘It was all one to Danny whether they set up a republic or a skittle alley afterwards.’
- ‘Interviews could come and interviews could go; it was all one to the punters.’
- ‘This is probably doubtful; yet it is all one to me; what she is were nothing to me if she would but go by herself and not talk.’
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