One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to accept an invitation.
- ‘Suddenly a grenade landed next to him, ‘Oh, don't mind if I do.’’
- ‘‘In that case, don't mind if I do,’ and the blonde dived towards Sato.’
- ‘Patrice handed them to me in a bag with ‘Uncork New York!’ written loudly across its belly, and you know, I don't mind if I do.’
- ‘‘Thank you, don't mind if I do,’ and Francis took a seat in one of the two chairs in front of Henry's desk.’
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