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.
See also: difference, make, no

(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.
See also: difference, make, no