Essentially meaning 'I'm just saying', 'just casually' is most often placed at the end of a sentence, often preluded by an idea or statement that is commonly accepted as truth. As a result, it is most often used following an observation. 'Just casually' is a light phrase that connotates feelings of ease to others, as it often has the effect of putting less emphasis on the matter/issue at hand.
Kim Kardashian is totally hot, I would so do her if I could, just casually.
作者 ntherewas1 2010年11月06日

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