Used as an explanation as to why you are requesting something when you don't want the people to know why. The more sinister your statement sounds in context, the better.
What is that cute girl's name on the left of the picture? I want to know for reasons...
by Mec July 17, 2015
Originally found in an engrish advertisement for Japanese sake, "for reasons" has come into common usage to ironically or sarcastically point out either obvious reasons for a thing, or a complete lack of explanation. It is also used to point out a nonsensical or untrue explanation, or to avoid giving an actual explanation.
You can buy water inside, but they won't let you bring in your own water, for reasons.

Yeah, they won't let you use your cell phone on an airplane, for reasons.

Urban Dictionary editors keep deciding to not publish my word, for reasons.
by AnonymousBoschToo June 19, 2019
A justification to yourself for a bad decision.
I want to get blackout on a Tuesday but I'll need a reason first. . .
by BillieJeanIsNotMyLover April 12, 2018
to get together and exchange ideas; a conversation between two cool souls.

...yeah man, we gotta reason sometimes.
by Life+Love=Lessons Learned July 11, 2008
Used to describe the frustrating or baffling result of a procedure when you aren't sure or confident that you have a valid explanation.
The client decided they wanted me to completely overhaul the project because reasons.
by DeadFish42 May 2, 2015
The process by which people find out what is the truth. The opposite of faith.
Einstein discovered how relativity worked by using reason and thinking about it.
by 3standarddevs January 12, 2011
A meeting of rastas to speak spiritually and smoke some special herbs.
Before the splif is lit the leader says a prayer.
The herbalist is going to the reasoning tonight to enhance his spiritual ways
by bloodbruv February 25, 2010