to digress: to deviate, to get sidetracked verb
...but I digress (from my original point): ...but I'm departing (from my original point) idiom
  • "I think it's actually the moon's gravitational pull which causes the earth to rotate, but I digress."
  • "If there were no business, I'd probably still be cooking soup for old people at the senior center, but I digress."

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