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I suck at

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The word 'suck' means 'not good.' It is commonly used when expressing to someone that you do not do well at a particular thing. It means the opposite of something you are 'good' at.

Here are some examples:

"I suck at cooking."
"I suck at writing."
"I suck at sports."
"I suck at drawing."
"I suck at video games."
"I suck at dancing."
"I suck at riding a bike."
"I suck at driving."
"I suck at karaoke."
"I suck at math."

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