(I) don't mind if I do

(I) don't mind if I do

An affirmative response to an offer. A: "Would you like a cold drink of water?" B: "Thanks, I don't mind if I do." Ooh, free donuts? Don't mind if I do! A: "Yum, don't mind if I do!" B: "Hey, get away from those brownies, they're for the bake sale!"
See also: if, mind
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(I) don't mind if I do.

Yes, I would like to. Sally: Have some more coffee? Bob: Don't mind if I do. Jane: Here are some lovely roses. Would you like to take a few blossoms with you? John: Idon'tmind if Ida.
See also: if, mind
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

I don’t mind if I ˈdo

(spoken, informal) used to say politely that you would like something you have been offered: ‘Another glass of wine, Gary?’ ‘I don’t mind if I do.’
See also: if, mind
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