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- n. Plural form of timesuck.
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This once-miraculous productivity tool has metastasized into one of the biggest timesucks in American life.
Also, this number leaves out handheld gaming, extremely popular among children and teens, and PC gaming, which boasts the massive timesucks of games like
The only way to avoid timesucks like this is to preempt the boyfriend excuse, as explained above.
It protects both parties: the landlord, who has to advertise the vacancy, vet potential new tenants, schedule cleaning, painting and repair, and all the other timesucks and expenses of turning over tenants and the tenant, who otherwise could be bound over to another lease for the same