Traders getting comfortable with Grexit

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis arrives at a European Union finance ministers meeting in Brussels February 17, 2015.
Francois Lenoir | Reuters

The trading day begins again and will end later today, but Greece goes on forever.

How fed up is the trading community with Greece? I attended a hedge fund "idea dinner" last night, where roughly 15 investment professionals exchanged trading ideas, both long and short.

When it came to the subject of Greece, most just shrugged. A surprising number thought it would be good in the long run if Greece defaulted and left the euro zone.

But most didn't want to talk about it.

Read More My Greek investment will work out: Wilbur Ross

That about summarizes the trading community attitude: so fed up they don't want to talk about it anymore. So fed up they seem to have run out of things to say about it.

"Volumes are terrible and traders are fed up w/ Greece," one hedge fund friend messaged me. "If they get kicked out...maybe that's a negative event, but who knows?"

Here's how confused things are on Greece: Traders aren't even sure what resolution would be best for the markets.

"The market isn't trading worse because there is a firm belief that whenever there is an event driven by a policy decision that decision will go the way the market wants, even if the market doesn't know what it wants...like Greece," one trader told me.