That doesn't float my boat!

 

 

Michael: Do you fancy coming to the ballet tomorrow night?

Gordon: I don't. Ballet doesn't really float my boat.

 

Doesn't float my boat - If something doesn't float your boat, it means you are not interested in it or don't enjoy it.

 

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Teacher ! What meaning  " fancy " in the question ? 

If we say Do you fancy coming... it simply means Would you like to come to....

Thank you teacher :D 

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If I interst in something, can I say it floats my boat? ^^ Example: funky English floats my boat.

Yes you can! I'm glad to hear that Blue!

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