can't be botheredINFORMAL
You can say this if you don't want to do something because you're feeling tired or lazy.
- "Hey! Let's go dancing!"
"I can't be bothered, Katie. Let's just watch T.V."
- "Isn't Danny going to do the dishes?"
"He can't be bothered. He said he'd do them in the morning."
This is typically used in British and Australian English but may be used in other varieties of English too.
You should never say "I can't be bothered" when asked to do something by
Contributor: Matt Errey