At the school I work at, a few teachers have those red easy buttons that were Staples' main advertising piece a few years back. You know, these ones:
The idea of them in a school environment is to give kids quick positive feedback when they get something right in class. Name the 23rd president? "That was easy." Explain the difference between a metaphor and a simile? "That was easy." And so forth.
They've kind of been taken out of practice by our teachers this year because often times, kids would hit the button on their way by on the way in or out of class - so you'd hear this stupid saying constantly, just because some dumb butt middle schooler thought it was hilarious. So I'm kind of sick of the phrase personally. But it's the first thing that popped into my mind when I found this on Ebay:
But the back explains why this was so easy...this card is #'d 4/5: