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Explanation: If your friend feels he has to think more abount, know more about, deal with, or cope with something which you think is valueless, meaningless, troublesome, etc. to spend time for, you will probably tell him "Ki-ni-shi nai de". The verb "Ki-ni-suru" literaly means "worry about", "be bothered", "distress", etc.