IDIOMS

any old

(idiomatic, informal) Any, absolutely any, any typical, a run-of-the-mill.

Example: Used other than as an idiom: see any,‎ old.
  You don't need special tools for this; any old hard surface will do.
  This wasn't just any old fan, but the president of his local fan club.
1966, Otis Redding (with Steve Cropper), The Soul Album, "Any Ole Way" lyrics:
  I don't do the things that you do
I don't go the places that you go
I don't say the bad things that you say
But I love you any way, Dara
I love you any ole way, Dara
I love you any way, Dara