luck Slang Piece of cake - used to describe something that's easy E.g. I did lots of revision for the test, so it was a piece of cake. What a fluke - what a piece of luck. Used when something good happens purely by chance, or when you doubt a result came about as planned. E.g. Bob is no good at maths, but he got a summer job at a bank. What a fluke! You got owned - a teasing way of saying 'you lost'; comes from gaming language. E.g. Bill, Katy beat you at bowling. You got owned! Discussion Are you a planner or a procrastinator? Do you work in advance so you don't have to count on luck, or do you leave things to chance? What are the advantages of each approach? You go first.Piece of cake. There it goes.What a fluke! OK, one more time, then. Right, give me a go. He shoots! He ... Oh. Ha ha, you just got owned!