What does 'Cake's not worth the candle' mean?
If someone says that the cake's not worth the candle, they mean that the result will not be worth the effort put in to achieve it.
- Category: Food
Idioms similar to 'Cake's not worth the candle'
- Take the cake
- You can't have your cake and eat it
- Have your cake and eat it too
- Icing on the cake
- You can't have cake and the topping, too
- Dropped like a hot cake
- Pieces of the same cake
- Worth your salt
- Piece of cake
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