Don't really care
Would you rather meet at your place or mine?
|DKDC||Don't know, don't care|
|FICCL||Frankly, I couldn't care less|
|ICCL||I couldn't care less|
|IDC||I don't care|
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DRC (don't really care) is a quick way to signal you don't care about a topic. Depending on who you're talking to, using this acronym could be considered impolite. It will, however, get your point across.
For example, if you and a friend are discussing where to have dinner, you could respond with DRC, to let your friend know you're up for eating anywhere. This is a good use of DRC.
However, if you and your SO are discussing a relationship-defining issue, you likely should not respond with DRC. Doing so might seem flippant, and get you in trouble.