I want to know the American version of “I can’t be bothered.” I heard that Americans don’t use this phrase that much.
I’ve been googling this and all I get are phrases like “I couldn’t care less” and “I don’t give a [something]” but these are not it. They have totally different meanings.
“I can’t be bothered” means that I’m too lazy and don’t want to put the effort to do something. For example, when I can’t be bothered doing my homework, it’s not that I don’t care about the homework. I want it done and I want to do it but I’m lazy and don’t feel like doing it.
I’m sure Americans also experience this kind of feeling daily. What would an American say in this kind of situation?