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Just Because ( it is that way and there is no deeper reason for it ... )

"Just Because"

"Just because" is a lazy answer given by a child who does not want to explain something.

Example: "Why are you doing that?" Reply: "Just because."

Example: "Why did your sister go there with him?" Reply: "I don't know. Just because."

"Just because" means that the simple or obvious reason is probably correct.

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