Wednesday Challenge – Easy Peasy

“Easy peasy lemon squeezy is an elaboration on easy-peasy, likewise meaning “extremely easy or simple.”- wiseGeek.

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This week’s Wednesday Challenge on partner Susan and my site highlights the phrase EASY PEASY.

“Easy peasy” is a phrase that means something is very easy and simple. It is usually used in informal conversation or children’s rhymes and is similar in meaning to the phrase no problem. For example, a person might say, “I changed a flat tire on my car today, easy peasy.”

The phrase can also be quite misleading. The person changing the flat tire might have had previous experience doing so and thus is intentionally misleading their listener into believing wrongly that changing the tire is no big deal in effect implying “if I can can do it anyone can!”

When you hear this type of pseudo boast of accomplishment you begin to feel a tad insecure especially if you cannot change a tire or have tried and flubbed it miserably.

Many times the simple acts of threading a needle, solving a complicated 5,000 piece jig saw puzzle, baking a layer cake and even parallel parking can become great causes of stress for many people.

This week Susan and I encourage you to tell us what you consider to be easy peasy. Has it always been “a piece of cake”” or are you still struggling to accomplish this goal.

Interpret the challenge to suit you and as always – Words or Pictures, anything goes.

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