the noun form of the verb “sucks”. used to connote a lack of quality or skill. can also be used as an interjection.
“this 486 is sux.”
“i just beat you 45-0, you are obviously sux.”
another style to write “sucks”. when something or someone sucks, that means they are not good or bad, or you didn’t like it.
da new movie sux.
v., to suck = to be a burden
– internet slang.
internet slang proves to be highly convenient, making this common phrase so popular.
… man, that sux.
used as one would use “sucks”
someone who isn’t very cool is teh sux.
yuo r teh sux!
the airport code for sioux city, iowa’s airport, “sioux gateway airport / col. bud day field”
i’ll be arriving at sux at 2:35
an idiot’s way of trying to spell sucks on aim.
awe man, that suxs!
ignoring ux (user experience) & existing flaws in interactive digital designs to spend resources on aspects of lower-left graph value, synonymous with respective user feedback.
any quality designer working with a sux team will find difficulty in their work. sux teams generally ignore their patron’s values, do not employ many designers, and can sometimes be close minded.
practicing sux is a common cause of many websites creating difficulty for it’s visitors. sux can effect software applications as well.
“i approached the company about a design position, though realized they are more of a sux team then a ux team.”
“the business decided value of patron feedback and help requests are not significant. instead they are going to focus on what sux.”
“i’ve spent an hour on this site and can’t find what i need. it completely sux!”
dreck – on the abbreviation for “do you reckon?” d’reckon i should plank on this golden arch?
a pairing in the harry potter fandom. it is a relationship between remus lupin and draco malfoy. fan 1: i read a great dremus fic where draco got “punished” in detention! fan 2: isn’t that illegal?
- pulling a tegan
the act of putting off something (ie. an -ssignment or essay) in order to have s-x. “come on, he offered to tie me up. i know this essay is due tomorrow but i’m seriously considering pulling a tegan.”
- way of the road
noun: a saying used to aggrandize a weird, uncomfortable, or unusual comment or situation. the saying originated from the show trailer park boys where ray, a drunk ex-trucker, vindicated his greasy actions by claiming they’re simply an acceptable part of the trucker lifestyle, the “way of the road”. when bubbles asked why he was throwing […]
- Irish by Injection
a term used to describe a non-irish woman, who engages in intercourse with an irishman one or more times, thereby, becoming somewhat honorary irish. is she irish? she is now – irish by injection!