Meaning of for the hell of it in English:

for the hell of it

Translate for the hell of it into Spanish

phrase

informal
  • Just for fun.

    • ‘she walked on window ledges for the hell of it’
    • ‘Request a matching waistcoat just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘Eventually I'll review all the movies I've seen, just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘If you read the small print on their extremely lengthy content guidelines they basically add a clause that says they can simply delete a site if they feel like doing so, just for the hell of it!’
    • ‘Just for the hell of it, I went back and tried 4 tickets, which also worked.’
    • ‘Now, I don't disrespect McDonalds for the hell of it - they're a successful machine that works very well.’
    • ‘Maybe I'll drive around the block a few times just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘I've had more fun this last week than I can remember having in a long time, which just goes to show - sometimes you should do stuff just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘We'd watch cars and people going by just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘I've known academics who speak Latin for the hell of it.’
    • ‘My favourite kind of lie is the pointless but plausible lie; the odd nugget of needless fiction dropped into conversation just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘I've used Pythagoras' Theorem about twice - just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘I'm never tied down; few things could keep me from flying to Fiji tomorrow, just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘What I haven't tried at least once for the hell of it, I think I could figure out.’
    • ‘To get round this - and, I'm sure, just for the hell of it - the doors have two hinges, the second about a foot in from the first.’
    • ‘I decided to give myself a one-second burst just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘I'm curious what other extreme sports you might be into or just have tried for the hell of it.’
    • ‘They bring you down, only to bring you back up again, just for the hell of it.’
    • ‘It's not just photographing your life for 24 hours for the hell of it or the pure vanity.’
    • ‘Or do we have a lot more criminals interfering with other people's property just for the hell of it?’
    • ‘In tinder-dry conditions, the fire service could do without reckless idiots setting fires just for the hell of it.’