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1. Something that is very easy to understand, achieve, or use, especially when encountered by one on a more advanced level. The highly anticipated match turned out to be kids' stuff for the returning champions. Do you have anything more difficult? This book is kids' stuff.
2. slang Marijuana (due to it being seen as a "soft" drug). If he's just getting high on kids' stuff, I wouldn't be too worried. At least it's not hard drugs!
a very easy task. Climbing that hill is kid's stuff. Driving an automatic car is kid's 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]
kids' stuffsomething that is childishly simple or naive. informal
1982 Vivien Alcock The Sylvia Game He had grown out of the game; it was kid's stuff. Besides it always landed him in trouble.
ˈkids’ stuff(British English) (American English ˈkid stuff) something that is very easy to do or understand: ‘What did you think of the maths exam?’ ‘Kids’ stuff. I’m sure I’ve passed.’
n. marijuana, a drug for beginners. (Drugs.) He’s still using kid stuff.