-ed, -s, -ered
1 - to be tugged toward the origin of an active pulling force.
2 - to be placed in a position of acting gullible, naive, mislead easily
2 - to demand the oral technique of sexual practice upon ones genitals. Can be literal or demeaning.
1 - that which scuks, or has scuk'd.
2 - one who scuks, or has scuk'd.
3 - undesirable.
4 - gullible, naive, mislead easily.
1 - This new technology vacuum can scuk up metal objects weighing up to several pounds!
2 - I didn't want to, but I got scukered into participating.
3 - scuk it bish
- Billy Jean Scuks
1 - the game scuked so he didn't buy it.
2 - U R TEH SCUK.
3 - Billy Bob had had enough. "You Scuk Marie Sue," he exclaimed.
4 - Billy Bob realized he had been scukered upon arrival as teh judge of a women's beauty pageant. . . for the geriatric obese societies synchronized swimmers league.
(v.) To give presents to. Mostly of the sparkly, glow-in-the-dark, shiny variety.
---to scuk off(v.): Not only to give presents to a person, but to take them to get a manicure as well.
"Can you scuk me off? I would be ever so pleased."