"Just around the corner..."
"I just wanted you to know..."
"It's just biological warfare..."
In speaking, I often use the word "absolutely".
Donna: Did you have fun at the writers conference?
I've decided to mingle my two favorite words. At first I thought about "Absolutely just", but that sounds like some kind of Law and Order TV special. So my new phrase is "Just absolutely". The word just, meaning only or merely, combines with absolutely, which means completely and entirely. I think it works for every occasion.
Do I want to go to dinner tonight? Just absolutely!
Where's the gas station? Just absolutely around the corner.
With one simple change, I have increased my word count, although I might sound more like an idiot.
Oh well. I'm just absolutely kidding anyway :)