What does DGARA stand for?

Don't give a rat's a**


If you could not care less about something, you could say that you "DGARA," which stands for "don't give a rat's a**." Most people use it to dismiss what other people have said.

Where did DGARA come from?

The acronym was created from the common "don't give a rat's a**" phrase during the 2000s when mobile phone usage and Internet access became more widespread. There are multiple theories where the phrase come from, including from "don't give a dead rat" in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and U.S. soldiers who were fighting Japan in World War II didn't care for the Japan flag, which they describe as a "flying rat's a**."

When do I use DGARA?

You can use DGARA whenever you want to be snarky and dismissive of other people or things. For example, you could say that you DGARA what your overbearing dad says or that you DGARA about who the new president is.


Believe me, I DGARA what he thinks

When you DGARA about your teacher

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Updated June 23, 2021

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