I like this turn of phrase, “no worries.”

It’s so flexible. It can be used to elicit a number of meanings.

  • There’s no need to worry.
  • You’re not worried, so I’m not worried either.
  • You’re not worried, but perhaps you should be.
  • I’m perhaps a little bit concerned, but not full-out worried.
  • I really can’t spare any worry on this, I’m overdrawn in the Worry Department.