Just for some examples. Is it some sort of filler? I understand normal uses of みたい but I don’t understand what it means at the end of a sentence.
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Maybe you've heard expressions like みたいな気がする and みたいな感じがする.
みたいな is just a shorter form of that. They all mean something along the lines of
Japanese use this expression to make the sentence softer/more careful/less sure, as to not present it as a fact, but just your humble opinion/feelings.