Something that's really easy doing
We played against a child. It was piece of cake!
by vnrc October 25, 2013
Get the merch
Get the piece of cake neck gaiter and mug.
When something is exceptionally easy. Originated from slaves doing a dance called "cakewalking," a dance to imitate ballroom dancing, made to look effortless. Slave owners would sometimes reward the best performer with a piece of hoecake.
"He makes that dance look like a piece of cake."
by KiwiVanilaXtract September 18, 2007
Get the mug
Get a piece of cake mug for your guy Callisto.
Dude 1: All right, I need to farm 25K honor today.
Dude 2: Piece of cake.
Dude 1: Huh?
Dude 2: We allways cap 3 flags before the first 7 minutes (World of Warcraft).

For the Horde!
by For the Horde January 17, 2008
Get the merch
Get the piece of cake neck gaiter and mug.
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 19, 2015
Get the merch
Get the a piece of cake neck gaiter and mug.
An easy task that usually ends up being more fun than difficult.
Mom: Mop the floor, please, son.

Son: Mop the floor, eh? Piece of cake!

Mom: What?

Son: I said that mopping the floor will be a piece of cake.

Mom: Oh, OK. I didn't hear you the first time.

Son: Understood.
by Diggity Monkeez February 21, 2005
Get the mug
Get a Piece of Cake mug for your brother James.