- v. Simple past tense and past participle of suck.
“Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 04: 16 PM EST ok i like too watch the emmys but some stuff was just boring @sucked ok get a better music guests grobin sucked a big cigar ok imean come on there was 3 times that i laughed the prune joke the hosts were good @whats with only cbs or was showtime hbo @fox just getting awards ok they were boring as piant dry ok when that happen i channel surf @hope i dont miss anything”
“Gears of War-style elements brought into the game because Fiddy's previous title sucked so hard.”
“At least, Schumacher admitted Batman & Robin sucked and the studio made him do it (see the special features on the box set).”
“As far as domestic policy on healthcare and other issues the Bush admin sucked … but war crimes?”
“So air was being sucked from the stovetop surface up into the vent.”
“A vampire load (also known as a phantom load) is the power that is sucked from a piece of electronic equipment when it is seemingly turned off (but still in standby use) or not in use.”
“This thought that whatever might have been would have been better and that the changes sucked is great but whats actually there isnt really that unwatchable.”
“The fountain sucked so hard, I took my wife and motherinlaw to see it and we all walked out at the end, look at each other and went "what the hell?”
“The air and sound was sucked from the small room; Rachel gasped and felt her lungs scorch.”
“They will only exists because taxes are sucked from the viable jobs to pay for these news jobs (and the bureaucrats to manage them).”
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