makes no difference to me
(it) makes no difference to me
I have no strong feelings (about something) one way or the other. A: "Where do you want to go for dinner?" B: "Makes no difference to me—wherever you want to go is fine." Look, it makes no difference to me if you want to stay here on the farm or go find a job in New York City. It's up to you.
make no difference to (one)
To have no impact, either positive or negative, on one. Typically said when one does not have a vested interest in or strong opinion on something. It makes no difference to me what you do—if you want to go out, go out! A: "Do you mind if I add some basil to the sauce?" B: "Go ahead, it makes no difference to me."
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(It) makes no difference to me.and (It) makes me no difference.; (It) makes me no nevermind.; (It) don't make me no nevermind.
Inf. I really do not care, one way or the other. (The first one is standard, the others are colloquial.) Bill: Mind if I sit here? Tom: Makes no difference to me. Bill: What would you say if I ate the last piece of cake? Bob: Don't make me no nevermind.
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