Hello everyone, I'd like to know if the expression "for the sake of it" sounds idiomatic/natural in these two especific contexts. 1. I'm not teaching for the sake of it. I'm teaching because I love this profession. 2. They offered for the sake of it. They didn't really want us to work with them. For the sake of it definition: if you do something for the sake of it, you do it without actually intending to do. Maybe to impress, make money, etc but without a real/true/sincere intention. Thank you very much in advance!