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Grade 4 Food and Eating
We just had a test in math and it was very easy!
  1. We're under the weather.
  2. It was a piece of cake!
  3. You're the apple of my eye.
  4. You crack me up!
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IN A PICKLE
  1. in a difficult situation
  2. a bad person; someone with bad influence
  3. one's offspring inherits similar traits from their parents
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APPLES AND ORANGES
  1. two things that are very similar; usually refers to two people
  2. to go crazy
  3. to compare to things that are unalike
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COUCH POTATO
  1. someone who is very lazy; usually sitting on the couch and watching TV for great amounts of time
  2. something or someone cherished above all else
  3. to tell someone something that was intended to be a secret
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BUN IN THE OVEN
  1. an intelligent person
  2. to be pregnant
  3. something that is easy
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PIECE OF CAKE
  1. something that is easy
  2. to be pregnant
  3. when the most ideal outcome is not possible
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CAN'T HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT, TOO
  1. when the most ideal outcome is not possible
  2. something that is easy
  3. an attitude towards an undesirable happening; that's the way things happen; that's life
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THAT'S THE WAY THE COOKIE CRUMBLES
  1. something that is easy
  2. an intelligent person
  3. an attitude towards an undesirable result
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TOUGH COOKIE
  1. something that is easy
  2. to be pregnant
  3. a hard, strong willed person
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IT'S A CAKEWALK
  1. in addition to; can be used in both a positive or sarcastic manner
  2. something that is easy
  3. an attitude towards an undesirable happening; that's the way things happen; that's life
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SMART COOKIE
  1. an intelligent person
  2. a hard, strong willed person who is not easily hurt
  3. an attitude towards an undesirable result
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ICING ON THE CAKE
  1. in addition to; can be used in both a positive or sarcastic manner
  2. to be pregnant
  3. when the most ideal outcome is not possible
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