(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.
See also: just, saying
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Buddies, girlfriends (who might laugh at you, I'm just sayin'), dogs, kids and nay-sayers can all see the hits as they occur.
I don't wanna make this corny u know but they made me feel like I was being recognized as an actor by the majority for the first time and I guess it got me a little emotional, so I'm just sayin'."
What followed in this meeting (I participated by conference call, as did most journalists) was among one of the most bizarre passive-aggressive displays I've ever witnessed in Ottawa, one of those 'I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin'" conversations.
"I'm just sayin' maybe we adopt the Vegas Rule," the kid said.
Hey, I'm just sayin' because this is the kind of thing Republicans would scream about if the deceased looked a little ah, darker and he wasn't a 1%'er: