I'm perfectly fine (doing something)

If you're "perfectly fine" with something, it means that you don't have any problems with it:

If you want to smoke in your own home, that's perfectly fine. But other people shouldn't have to breathe in your smoke while they're trying to enjoy a meal at a restaurant.

"Perfectly ___" is usually used to disagree with what someone else said:

A: Stop getting upset.

B: What are you talking about? I'm perfectly calm.

Or you can use it to express a contrast between two ideas:

I'm sure it's perfectly safe, but it has a funny taste.

You state an action that you're perfectly fine with by saying "I'm perfectly fine ___ing":

I'm perfectly fine just staying home and chilling out today.

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