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easy meat

Someone who is or will be easy to swindle, con, persuade, or exploit. We should see if Larry will give us the 20 dollars—he's usually easy meat.
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easy meat

a person or animal overcome, outwitted, or persuaded without difficulty. informal
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They are an easy meat replacement for any traditional dish like chili, burritos, and soup.
Newcastle finally won a home game on Saturday and then followed it up with a mauling of BBL easy meat Mersey Tigers.
When these men met girls comfortable in men's company, they viewed them as easy meat.
Last year, when the Rochdale scandal first emerged, Straw claimed that some men in the Pakistani community viewed white girls as "easy meat".
It's an easy meat - and for busy families, easy is what we all need.
HOLES IN ONE are a rarity in golf - but they're easy meat for Gleddoch's Joe Mullan.
Labour Party veteran Jack Straw under fire for saying young Pak- origin men think white girls are 'easy meat'
Summary: Former home secretary Jack Straw has accused some Pakistani men in Britain of seeing white girls as "easy meat" for sexual abuse.
Summary: Outcry follows politician's comments that some British Pakistanis see white girls as "easy meat".
Coventry Tornadoes found Tile Hill 3 easy meat as they scampered to a 167-132 victory in the second leg of their tie which they won by a total margin of 53.
Totals like that are usually easy meat for the champions and Smith made a superb 89 to help them but that man O'Leary stepped in to take 4-32 off 7.3overs to complete a man-of-the-match performance - and Sully came up two runs short in a fantastic finish.
Easy meat (so to speak) before the tantalising teasers of kangaroo intestines.
Bowdon, who had celebrated their 150th anniversary with a match against MCC and a dinner the previous evening, were easy meat for Hyde's former South Downs Road spinner Danny Woods, who took 5-13 and Lee Heazlewood 3-30.
Facing the elements first' they spent the whole of the first quarter in the visitors' half without finding any way through and fly-half Gareth Cull pulled wide a 26-yard penalty which would have been easy meat without the wind.
Indeed, you'll have to work hard keeping your cool when everyone else thinks you're easy meat exiting roundabouts and pulls out to pass.