1. (Aus.) anything simple [var. on SE piece of cake].
|News (Adelaide) 28 Jan. 2/3: Today’s [race was] a soft snack for him.|
|Sydney Sportsman 27 Jan. 6/2: One of the two-year-old races on a suburban course would be a snack to Subsidy, and you can bet your shekels that Danny won’t be long in placing him to advantage.|
|Popular Dict. Aus. Sl. 68: Snack, a certainty.|
|Lithgow Mercury (NSW) 17 Mar. 2/1: Such being the circumstances, the two soldiers may have a strong motive for not wanting a discharge, preferring to cope with the sergeant-major, who would be a snack in comparison.|
|Riverslake 31: You’ll find it a snack, if you don’t mind a bit of work.|
|Rooted III iv: Hammo’s got a thriving little outfit, don’t you worry. Buying and selling, supply and demand. It’s simple. Wholesale and retail. It’ll be a snack.|
|Neddy (1998) 217: We followed their movements for two weeks and decided it was a snack.|
2. (US black) the penis, often when small [its role in oral sex].
|Ribbin’, Jivin’, and Playin’ the Dozens in Major (1994).|
1. (US gay) an athletic supporter, a jockstrap.
|Queens’ Vernacular 119: an athletic supporter [...] snackpack.|
2. (US gay) the male genitalia, when seen in a jockstrap or bikini briefs.
SE in slang uses
a small glass of brandy.
|Anecdotes of the Turf, the Chase etc. 190: Hit-a-body indulged himself with swallowing numerous flashes of lightning, now and then a snack of thunder.|