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    I would not mind some myself

    Hello,everyone!
    I can not understand the exact meaning of the fowllowing sentence in bold.
    This is the context.
    A:'what are you going to have to drink ?'
    B:'I would like something cool'
    A:'Would you care for some cake?'
    B:'Yes,I will try a piece of cheese cake.'
    A:'It certainly looks tempting.I would not mind some myself.'

    Thank you in advance for taking the touble to answer this question.

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    Re: I would not mind some myself

    'I would like a piece, too.'

    Rover

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