(I'm) just saying

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(I'm) just saying

A phrase used to assert that one is just offering their opinion, especially if the listener may be offended by it. I'm just saying, your husband could help clean up after dinner. That's all.
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I'm just saying that next time you see a kid who looks different from you, try to look past that to the real person.
considers to be "non-friendly." I'm not commenting on whether it's good or wrong; I'm just saying that we have to be careful that the desire for global accounting rules doesn't get hijacked for political purposes.
I'm Just Saying is an exciting performance of new monologues and duologues written by young people from Newcastle.
I'm just saying that I'm very proud of what I did," BBC quoted Hooper, as saying.
I'm just saying that nobody had swine flu, she sang on TV, people got swine flu." But he later apologised on Twitter, saying: "Earlier I repeated a joke that was in poor taste, which I now regret.
And if you think I'm just saying that so I can do a very poor Hannibal Lectern gag, I'm genuinely saddened by your attitude.-PATHETIC prosthetics at Race Swap (Five, Mon) where Sam Fox became an Asian mum to make DJ Pat Sharp look foolish.
I'm just saying that it doesn't always have to suck.
I'm just saying certification may not be the bogeyman many of them fear."
I'm just saying that it seems to be a difficult choice,' he said.
I'm just saying. This thing is essential reading with perfect length stories for the quick dump or extended push.
I'm just saying.") Their elder brother, Frank Andrews, left early for Greenwich Village to begin his studies in esoterica--learning painful lessons about the dangers of using magic to do harm.
"I'm just saying Colombia might not be the best country to fly into with drug paraphernalia in your luggage."