Verb, Military Slang: To consciously accept or appreciate something that is extremely unpleasant but unavoidable for forward progress
Staff Seargent: Hey shitbird! I've got a detail for you, follow me to the back of the latrines. *Private gets handed a shovel* Pour that gasoline and diesel over that 55-gallon drum and mix that shit up and burn it good.

Private: You want me to burn this shit and piss?

Staff Seargent: Someone has to do it, it's gotta get done and it ain't gonna be me, so Embrace the Suck private.
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Often used by NCO's in the military. The term would be used when an individual or a group must complete a task that is pointless, tiring, and/or lame.
NCO: Hey gather up, we need to mow the grass before we are released today.
Soldier: That's bullshit, we had all day to do that.
NCO: Well then just embrace the suck and get it done.
by AaronScott March 28, 2008
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