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I'm not mad at it
A phrase used when one is open to or intrigued by something. A: "What do you think of this dress?" B: "Ooh, I'm not mad at it. Maybe in a different color though."
I'm OK with whatever choice you have made; I'm not fussy and/or I have no preference. Oh, I'm easy, so if you want to get Chinese for dinner, that's fine with me.
I'm easy to please
I'm OK with whatever choice you have made; I'm not fussy and/or I have no preference. Oh, I'm easy to please, so if you want to get Chinese for dinner, that's fine with me.
1. A phrase used to ask someone if they are feeling fine, especially when one suspects they may not be. I heard you were sick earlier this week—are you feeling OK now? Feeling OK today, Tim? You look a little under the weather.
2. Feeling fine. Yeah, I'm feeling OK, just tired.
I'm easy (to please).
I accept that because I am not particular.; That's okay with me. Tom: Hey, man! Do you care if we get a sausage pizza rather than mushroom? Bob: Fine with me. I'm easy. Mary: How do you like this music? Bob: It's great, but I'm easy to please.
COMMON When people say I'm easy, they mean that they do not mind which choice is made. Note: In the first idiom below, ABC is pronounced `a b c', as if you are spelling it out. `Shall we go now or later?' — `I'm easy — you decide.'