I've come across with the phrase below:
I often have a craving that goes something like this: “I want to eat tacos.”
I searched online dictionaries but I couldn't find any meaning for it.
So could you please tell me what the meaning of "It goes something like this" is?
The full text is:
Every behavior has a surface level craving and a deeper, underlying motive. I often have a craving that goes something like this: “I want to eat tacos.” If you were to ask me why I want to eat tacos, I wouldn’t say, “Because I need food to survive.” But the truth is, somewhere deep down, I am motivated to eat tacos because I have to eat to survive. The underlying motive is to obtain food and water even if my specific craving is for a taco.
Atomic habits by James Clear