Top definition. Not good. The early Jazz musicians would say that a guy could really "Blow" if he had a good sound when playing the horn. If he couldn't play very well then they would say that he was "Sucking" on that horn. That's where the term "Suck" as being something bad came from. He plays that horn so poorly that he must be sucking on it.
Why even driving through suburbia is soul crushing
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The late 19th and early 20th centuries were boom times for urban architecture in America. Street after street sprouted up with rowhouses, townhouses, brownstones and other medium-density architecture. These were solid, sensibly-sized, one-to-three family, logically-laid-out brick structures, many of which still stand today. But in many cities these houses fell into disrepair, leaving semi-ghosted neighborhoods with empty lots and derelict buildings.
Urban street suck
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