In Spanish slang, particularly in the west, the expressions "que hueva" or "me da hueva" are used, respectively, to convey that you are lazy about doing something. The context might be as follows:
A: "Do you want to play soccer?" B: "Que hueva" [meaning something like "noo, feeling too lazy right now for that"]
In the latter case ("me da hueva") literally translates to "it gives me hueva" and is like saying that something (perhaps a homework assignment or menial task) "gives you" that lethargic feeling.
Are there possible equivalents in English or expressions/constructs similar to the above?