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    You always choose a piece of cake

    I have invented a dialogue between two brothers for my students (about household chores) and used the idiom "a piece of cake" (I'm afraid not properly). Could you correct the dialogue?

    Dave, what do you choose cleaning the hamster cage or walking Hunter?
    Id rather walk Hunter. Could you clean the cage?
    You always choose a piece of cake!
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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    Re: You always choose a piece of cake

    'You always choose the easier job. Walking Hunter's a piece of cake.'

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