This roughly translates to 'Push me off a building and make it look like an accident'

Commonly used when a person is feeling down or depressed but doesn't wish to be a burden on any of their friends or family.

This is one of the most told lies in the english language other than 'Yes my room is clean'

This term can also be subsituted by 'I'm just a little tired'
Person 1: Hey, how are you? You seem down
Person 2: I'm fine, just a little tired
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Mostly used by sad or depressed people.

And yes I did up-vote my post. x3
Family: Hey, are you okay you seem sad?
Me: I'm fine, just tired...
Family: Okay just making sure.
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It either means they are actually fine or they don't want to talk about their feelings
Don't worry I'm fine. ( worry)

I'm fine. How about you?
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Either a very generic remark in response to a generic question, or something to be very worried about.
Louise: "I'm fine."
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One of the biggest (white) lies anyone could say. The phrase can also be blended into a monosyllabic grunt so as to exert even less effort.
Don't worry about me; I'm fine.
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A phrase people (usually girls) use when they are not okay at all but don't want people to worry. If a girl tells you she's fine, do not just role with it. Talk to her, ask her what is wrong and help her.
"How are you?"
"I'm fine"
"No you're not, what's wrong?"
"You're right, but don't worry."
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1. The more polite way to say "No, get lost."
2. The general response to any question asking how you are doing or feeling.
"I'm fine."

"How're you doing?"
"I'm fine."
"What's going on with you?"
"I'm fine."
"How's life?"
"I'm fine."
"Jesus, can't you say anything else?"
"I'm fine."
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