(it) doesn't bother me any

(it) doesn't bother me any

I have no objection to this. Sure, you can open the window in here—it doesn't bother me any. A: "I think we're a little lost. Do you mind if we stop and ask the people in that gas station if they can help us?" B: "Sure, doesn't bother me any." You'd rather go to the 8:30 movie? Yeah, OK, doesn't bother me any.
See also: any, bother
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(It) doesn't bother me any.

 and (It) doesn't bother me at all.
It does not trouble me at all.; I have no objection. (Compare this with (It) don't bother me none. Not very polite or cordial. See also (It) won't bother me any. for the future tense of this expression.) John: Do you mind if I sit here? Jane: Doesn't bother me any. Sally (smoking a cigarette): Do you mind if I smoke? Bill: It doesn't bother me any.
See also: any, bother
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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