(Do you) know what I'm saying?

(Do you) know what I'm saying?

1. Does that make sense or sound correct? Do you understand or agree with what I mean? I would just rather spend the time relaxing at home than dealing with all the hassle of travel. Know what I'm saying? We'll have more luck if we focus on this project first—do you know what I'm saying? It will just streamline the whole process. He's just kind of a jerk, you know what I'm saying?
2. Do you understand what I'm saying or alluding to? Yeah, I don't think the CEO's daughter got this job because of her resume, know what I'm saying? If Jen didn't come home last night, I bet she and Bill were preoccupied with some extracurricular activities—know what I'm sayin'? A: "Claire sure has been nauseous a lot lately, but only in the morning, it seems. Do you know what I'm saying?" B: "Oh my gosh, is she pregnant?"
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(Do you) know what I 'm saying?

 and You know what I'm saying?; (Do you) know what I mean?; You know what I mean?
Do you understand me?; Do you agree? Sue: This is, like, really great! You know what I'm saying? Mary: Yeah, I've been there. It's great.
See also: know, what
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