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 about either one."
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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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We respect them as a side but we're not fussed about big names or reputations.
We respect them as a side but we are not fussed about big names or reputations.
Amy Macdonald tells Dave Freak she is not fussed about showbiz and celebrity WHEN Amy Macdonald released Under Stars at the beginning of 2017 after a five-year gap, many wondered what she'd been doing during her 'time off'.
I'm not fussed about getting changed into something comfy to watch TV like some people.
I'm not fussed about having a little girl," she said.
But Guidolin, who has admitted it was "a possibility" he could be sacked if the Swans fail to repeat last year's win over the visiting Merseysiders, was not fussed about his television tactics masterclass.
And that will be of far more importance to Bale than transfer records, as he said: "'I'm not fussed about that record - I couldn't care less to be honest
We're not fussed about winning an average performance.
But Williams said: "We have topped the group and I am not fussed about where England finished.
Tizzard, who reported the son of King's Theatre to be 100 per cent fine yesterday morning, was not fussed about missing out on the money, and neither was Brennan, who was left to ponder what might have been.
I'm not fussed about the names, we'll figure it out when the teamsheets come in and we will concentrate on ourselves because we consider ourselves a match for anyone.
She's not fussed about being in the public eye, but I want to be on the back pages.
The 33-year-old model said that she's not fussed about piling on a few extra pounds because a decade of ballet training has left her "quite strong and toned underneath".
If it's just comfortable, it will be fine for me - Yvonne Boyes, 54, a cafe worker, of Teesville I'm not fussed about the weather at all.
And he is not fussed about Albion's current position because of the amount of teams caught up in the relegation fight.