or something

You can use "or something" at the end of your sentence to show that you're flexible, and you don't mind if something different happens.

For example, you can say this if you're thinking about getting a pet dog:

I think I'd like to get a Labrador or something.

This means that you would like to get a dog that's similar to a Labrador, but you won't be upset if you get a different breed instead.

This phrase appears in these lessons: