Somewhere in the movie (The 40 year old virgin) the "ebay-lady" says to the virgin man in the reastaurant:
I don't want to send you running for the hell...
What does that mean? it doesn't seem something that i can find in dictionaries.
"I don't want to send you
running for the hills
or anything, but..."
Is the line from the script.
O.K. I didn't see the movie. But, possibly, the sentence is "I don't want to send you running for the hell of it..."
There, the phrase "for the hell of it" means for no particular reason. When you do something"for the hell of it", you do it simply because you feel like it, not because you have or want to.
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