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kid stuff

Something very easy or uncomplicated, as in That new computer program is kid stuff. This usage alludes to something suitable for young children, or "kids." [c. 1920]
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kid stuff

n. marijuana, a drug for beginners. (Drugs.) He’s still using kid stuff.
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Since the evidence in Kid Stuff tends to be selected for its usefulness in an indictment of popular culture, it's little surprise that many of the contributors are eager to restrict kids' exposure to TV, movies, video games, and music.
In Kid Stuff you'll find helpful ideas for teaching kitchen basics to children and easy-to-make, taste- tempting recipes kids can make themselves.
Rite Aid's exclusive brand of toys, Kid Stuff, offers great quality at a great value.
But even with its childlike point of view, ``Millions'' isn't kid stuff - not by a long mile.
In "More than kid stuff," which starts on page 32 in this issue, Wendy Bonifazi examines how several facilities are implementing successful intergenerational programs and the substantial benefits they are yielding.
It's a shame that CRI must depend so heavily on excerpts, but this collection offers challenges to the intelligence that make those Out Classics anthologies sound like kid stuff.
As for avoiding the emotional damage that might come from working when you should be playing, Osment makes sure he takes plenty of time off to enjoy what he calls ``normal kid stuff,'' which in his case has run the gamut from collecting lizards to hanging out and doing nothing with his (non-show-biz) friends.
But you get older and wiser and stop the kid stuff.