2 definitions by TKrattlesnake

When you say something is a "piece of cake," it means it is very easy to do.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries, African Americans started "cake walks." They walked or danced around a cake in pairs, and the best couple won the cake. This is how the idioms "cake walk" and "piece of cake" came about -- both meaning that something is very easy to do.
A: Hey! How did you do on the exam?
B: I got an A. The exam was a piece of cake.
by TKrattlesnake January 20, 2015
It's a way to ask for information.When you say, "What's the game plan?" it's another way to ask someone for the details of a plan. It's the strategy for accomplishing something.
In sports, a game plan is a set of instructions for the players to follow, so they can win the game. Outside of sports, it could be a plan for going to dinner, seeing a play or even watching a game.
A: So what's the game plan? Shopping at blmall.com, or what are we doing tonight?
B: We're not sure yet. What do yo want to do?
by TKrattlesnake January 21, 2015