same\ difference

1. Although not identical, they are very similar. 2. Difference between the two is not much.

A. It's violet, not purple! B. Oh, same difference.


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  • same difference — noun The distinction mentioned makes no difference; the two things distinguished amount to the same thing. Syn: potayto, potahto, six of one, half a dozen of the other, distinction without a difference …   Wiktionary

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