a term coined to be used at the end of something insulting or offensive to take the heat off you when you say it.
Jordan: Anna you have really let yourself go.

Anna: What the hell! What is your freaking problem?!

Jordan: Just sayin'

Anna: Oh well in that case, I suppose its okay.

Jordan: Friends?

Anna: Fer Sure
by luffghost April 16, 2009
Pointing out some information or fact without stating any particular opinion about it, leaving the other person to form their own opinion based on what you've said. The equivalent of the old phrase, "I am just giving information here."
Tom: "Check out this article about alien experiments at Area 51."
Betsy: "The dude who wrote that article also says Elvis lives in his basement. Just sayin'."
by GigiLaFleur August 9, 2017
Something that people said a lot during the mid 2010s when trying to relay the obviousness of a point, often with a snide, flippant, or factieous tone or attitude. As of 2020, the only people still using such a dated term are basic bros and housewives who shop for their evening apparel and their husbands' professional wear at Target.
"4.0 started in 2017 just sayin'! New area of music that year!"
by harmoniousjen September 13, 2020
a very addicting phrase that originated from a ramsey.
Ramsey's pretty boss, just sayin'.
by SHANANGGG November 4, 2008
Something that people said a lot during the mid 2010s when trying to relay the obviousness of a point, often with a snide, flippant, or factieous tone or attitude. As of 2020, the only people still using such a dated term are basic bros and housewives who shop for their evening apparel and their husbands' professional wear at Target.
"4.0 started in 2017 just sayin'! New area of music that year!"
by harmoniousjen September 13, 2020
The punctuation dumb people put at the end of an unsolicited, factless assertion to indicate self satisfaction at having stated something they erroneously believe to be clever, biting, and insightful.
"Twelve doctors told me that I'm wrong, but I don't care. Because I'm a MOTHER, and I KNOW my baby is allergic to peanuts, carbon, municipal water, and the color orange. Don't listen to doctors- they don't know more than you. Just sayin'."
by JohnnyInfidel August 1, 2012
A phrase tacked on to the end of any bigoted, biased, hurtful, wrong or simply stupid remark. The speaker tacks on the phrase with the intent absolving themselves of any guilt or argument over the statement.
Danielle: Oh my god Becky, look at her butt! She's really asking for it in that skirt, just sayin.

Becky: Exactly WHAT are you “ just sayin”? That she deserves to get raped because she’s wearing a short skirt?

Danielle: I WAS JUST SAYIN! THAT'S ALL!

Becky: Ohhhhh you were just sayin…I get it now.
by Dwad!!!! June 29, 2010