1. (The common descriptive definition) This word is sadly overused, but in the correct situation as in the example below, this is the only suitable word and it accurately and sometimes hilariously describes the situation. . . . Perhaps saying something is a non sequitur can be used in place of random in some instances.
**Anyone who would prefer only to hear and use this word only in the context particle physics needs to 1. get a life, 2. get over it, and 3. realize that this is "urban dictionary" and that the prescriptive definition should be looked for in a dictionary not here.
Teacher in front of the entire school: Good morning. How is everybody today? Good? Good! Today we are here to talk about life insurance, so let me introduce our guest Mr. Bob Fowler.
Bob: Thank you, life insurance is . . .
Student to his friend: So anyways, I was just thinking . . . wouldn't it be weird if people were made of plastic?
Student 2: Dude! Your so random . . . maybe . . . I guess . . . ? What's for lunch today?