be not fussed (about someone or something)

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be not fussed (about someone or something)

To not have strong feelings, either positive or negative, about someone or something. A: "Do you still want to try and go to the match tomorrow?" B: "I'm not fussed, to be honest. It would be nice to spend the day with you." A: "Would you like beef or chicken for dinner?" B: "You decide, I'm not fussed either way."
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not be ˈfussed (about somebody/something)

(British English, informal) not mind about something; not have feelings about something: It’d be good to go there, but I’m not that fussed.
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Smith isn't fussed where his players finally lift the SPL trophy - he just wants it over and done with as soon as possible.
I've got as much enthusiasm for the start of this season as I've had for ages," declared Watkins, who isn't fussed in the slightest by publicity in a national magazine.
Clearly, Slattery will go anywhere and isn't fussed whether there are fences in the way or not - just so long as he knows in advance.
He wants his food - and lurve - right now and isn't fussed about the quality.
But Kenny previously said he isn't fussed about viewing figures like he was in his Late Late Show days.
But he isn't fussed by the stresses and strains of managing Blues in this current climate.
In fact, he's really not keen and though I've told our daughter Daddy isn't fussed, she tells me it's not up to him because I'm the boss and I do all the cleaning anyway.
JONNY LEE MILLER isn't fussed what Britain thinks of his new US show Eli Stone.
But Leacock certainly isn't fussed by the pound signs hovering over his head following his move.