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An exclamation added after suggesting an idea that is obviously terrible, or a request with sexual undertones.
1. You know beer pong, where you have a drink for each point? We should try beer-scrabble!... for science!

2. so you used to do a pole-dancing workout? you should send me a video of that.. for science!
by superwheels June 11, 2013
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An exclamation used to justify whenever someone does something just for the heck of it, or to see what would happen; it was not done needlessly, but rather for the advancement of science!
Typically spoken of either in a comical Bill Nye way or in an insane, mad scientist way. Props, like a working Tesla coil, are recommended but not required.
- Dude, we have to microwave this lump of moldy cheese... FOR SCIENCE!
- I need to put a duck in a vat of Jell-o. FOR SCIENCE!
by bobbula February 18, 2008
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Much like for reasons, β€œfor science” is used to gather information on a person/thing where direct reasoning is not needed but heavily implied. Often used to find the name of a girl with big breasts/cheeks.


Can also be used to figure out something stupid, probably involving explosions or broken bones.
Scenario #1 - β€œWhat’s her name? I need it for, uh...for science.

Scenario #2 - β€œLet’s mix petroleum and a box of lit matches, FOR SCIENCE!”

Scenario #2.1 - Person A - β€œHey go jump the rail into that lion enclosure!”
Person B - β€œAnd why the fuck would I do that?”
Person A - β€œUh...for,”
Person B - β€œOk, sounds good to me!”
by Trashcan_94 July 07, 2018
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What Venturian used to say before adding thrusters to everything.
Vent: *adds a fuck ton of thrusters* This is for science.
by SonicNASCARFan9 December 05, 2020
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