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a phrase used to indicate that we refuse to defend a claim we've made---in other words, that we refuse to offer reasons that what we've said is true
PERSON-A: "You shouldn't hang out with her anymore."
PERSON-B: "After all she's done to help me? Wouldn't that be pretty mean and selfish of me?"
PERSON-A: "I'm *just saying*, you should quit hanging out with her."
by hauteflash July 03, 2006
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There is an obvious implication of what I just said, but I formally disavow that implication, although I actually believe it.
That might be the wrong tie to wear. Just saying. (Implication: it makes you look ridiculous.)
by Refoyl July 02, 2015
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When saying "Just saying" any where in a sentence, the beginning, end or the middle, it justifies your sentence as redundant, but in your mind you think its concise.
saying Just saying in your sentence is like adding 2 cents in a million dollar conversation.
by Randissimo March 01, 2012
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Something you say when somebody points out that something you said is basically redundant or obvious, whether they put it bluntly or subtly, as if to remind them that there was no harm in saying it.
Guy 1: "Yeah, Meta Knight is a pretty hard character to deal with in Brawl."
Guy 2: "There's a reason he's S-tier."
Guy 1: "Just saying."
by KrikenLiberal April 21, 2015
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"Just saying" is a nice way of saying, "you're a dumbass"
Hey man, I wouldn't put the lighter fluid so close to the actual fire...just saying.
by Phrankie j. July 18, 2017
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