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suckage

noun; derivation
Anything that is terrible, unpleasant. apparent meaning: Suckage takes it's meaning from the extremely common slang word 'suck' (v), meaning 'to be terrible, horrible, etc.' and turns it into a noun, so that everything that 'sucks' can now be deemed 'suckage'. It is to be used in the most informal setting.
 
I'm going to be up half the night working on this project?it's going to be major suckage
Etymology : Another example of affixation: suck + age (n-forming).
Source : Conversations with friends, since spring 2003.
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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