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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."
See also: mad, not

I'm easy

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.
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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.
See also: easy, please

feeling OK

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.
See also: feeling, OK

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.
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I'm easy

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.'
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I'm easy

said by someone when offered a choice to indicate that they have no particular preference. informal
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I’m ˈeasy

(British English, informal) used to say that you do not have a strong opinion when somebody has offered you a choice: ‘Tea or coffee?’ ‘Oh, I’m easy — I’ll have whatever you’re having.’
See also: easy