In local news, a young couple are said to have had the same conversation more than once and quite likely about the same subject as before.
According to one source, it all started when the man did something that irked his female counterpart, as he had done this sort of thing before and she had previously mentioned that she would prefer that he didn't.
Following a repeated happening of the irksome trifle perpetrated by the local man, his other half once again stated her displeasure at the fact that it had happened again, after it having been made explicitly clear that she disapproved.
It was at this stage that things took a turn for the worse when the gentleman said to his significant other "Don't worry about it" which allegedly caused an increase in the localized tension quotient and she replied "I'm not worried, I'm just saying is all" apparently it was her emphasis on the word "worried" and her precise enunciation at a slightly higher register, that the local man took exception to and countered with "I'm not saying that you are worried. Just that it's not that big a deal, OK?"
A government task force has been set up in an attempt to quell these types of domestic disturbances before they begin, by alerting couples to be mindful of the phrase "Don't worry about it" as it would appear that this phrase will come up at least once in any altercation and can bring about an instantaneous escalation of enmity.