like taking candy from a baby

be like taking candy from a baby

slang To be an easy task. If you think that this game will be like taking candy from a baby, you're seriously underestimating your opponents. The security guard isn't at his post, so sneaking out should be like taking candy from a baby.
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like taking candy from a baby

slang An easy task. If you think that this game will be like taking candy from a baby, you're seriously underestimating your opponents. The security guard isn't at his post, so sneaking out should be like taking candy from a baby.
See also: baby, candy, like, taking

like taking candy from a baby

 and as easy as taking candy from a baby
Cliché very easy. Getting to the airport was easy. It was like taking candy from a baby.
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like taking candy from a baby

If doing something is like taking candy from a baby, it is very easy. In the end, they won so easily, it was like taking candy from a baby.
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like taking candy from a baby

Ridiculously easy. This twentieth-century simile, also stated as like stealing candy from a baby, almost invariably refers to accomplishing something that is not quite legitimate.
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"Like taking candy from a baby?" Blanchard finished for her.
He traded future Hall of Fame third baseman George Kell to the Tigers because he knew he wouldn't be able to afford him, and, as Rosen relates, the Tigers felt the deal was like taking candy from a baby.
I hesitate to say it's gonna be like taking candy from a baby for Sri Lanka this weekend - have you ever tried taking candy from a baby?
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