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What does it mean when you dream about sucking?

Sucking is an instinctive act of seeking nurturance. A dream about sucking can relate to childhood feelings of being nurtured or of being dependent. There are also numerous slang usages of this term, including advice to “suck it up” and “sucking up” to someone in authority.

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The Cancer Sucks Challenge is the brainchild of Harry's mum Georgie.
South Carolina-based SAB Enterprises, who make Suck & Blow, and Crunk Juce makers Gila Brew Co, based in Georgia, plan to change the packaging in a bid to have the ban lifted.
Why did mainstream music suck so bad in the mid and late 1970s?
Learning to suck can be a challenging hurdle for preterm infants with restricted mobility, Dr.
They have tubular mouthparts through which they suck up their food.
Don't you see that if you did not suck, but you did the opposite action of sucking--that is blowing--[your] successive blowings will heat up the air in the flask and if now you turned it upside down on the water, water will do exactly the same action [of rising] and this has been tested.
His clothes suck, retailers shun him, and he has no trade or consumer buzz.
Personally I can't imagine anyone wanting to suck my toes after they've spent a day in my sweaty trainers.
Millennials," says Beale, "might look at politics and say 'these people sucks' whereas Gen Xers and baby boomers before them were more likely to say, 'Man, these people suck and the system sucks.
Offer praise and support when the child doesn't suck his thumb.
Each was told to suck on either a placebo or a lozenge with 12.