(it) don't bother me none In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "(it) don't bother me none", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Katie Anh calendar 2022-08-08 07:08

Meaning of (it) don't bother me none

(it) don't bother me none spoken language

An informal way to say that it doesn't bother me any.


You can turn on the TV as it don't bother me none.

A: Can I turn on the AC? B: Sure, it don't bother me none.

A: Can I sit here? B: Yes, it don't bother me none.

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