or anything

or anything

Or any other thing or aspect that is similar or related. We're not dating or anything—we're just friends. If you want help packing boxes or anything, give me a call.
See also: anything

or anything

(spoken) or another thing of a similar type: If you want to call a meeting or anything, just let me know.
See also: anything
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Yes, he has had some misfortune and has gotten caught out with pain killers, but it wasn't coke or heroin or anything like that so please give him a chance, please people who do not know anything real about him should give him a chance.
I just spoke with our bishop this morning and he says that it is not his job to ban newspapers since people need to know how to discern bad material and that this is not an authoritative document or anything. However, he does agree that the newspaper is "garbage." He also said that it will cause too much attention if he bans the newspaper on a diocesan level.
My question for you is, are there any documents or anything written on the subject of literature which is available in churches or given out by parishes.
In sum: Pop art, in my experience, falls far short of being major art or anything like it--by which I mean that Pop art has not proved to be an art of searching originality, not even quite in the case of Jasper Johns.
If you'll need tape, a stapler, tacks, or anything else, you should bring it along; however, in a pinch the library may cheerfully provide needed materials or shelving.
"I don't mean major amateur events or anything like that.
Say you're looking for a job, a car, a restaurant or anything else that is specific to your needs.
You could herd cattle, or anything in there I suppose.
We observed no brain, blood or anything, except for its jawbone and several broken teeth.
It's French, I couldn't read the test or anything. But I have a mo-ped.