–via mealinyThe next time you’re fed-up in a French-speaking country (or French class) and want nothing more than to scream “This sucks!”, keep this mini lesson in mind and think before you shout (especially if you’re in French class)."Ça suce" does NOT mean "that sucks", as lovers of literal translations would conclude.sucer = to suck on candy, to suck d*** that sucks = ça craintOf course, this advice also applies to situations in which you want to say “you suck”. Stay away from “tu suces” and use “t’es nul/chiant” instead.

–via mealiny

The next time you’re fed-up in a French-speaking country (or French class) and want nothing more than to scream “This sucks!”, keep this mini lesson in mind and think before you shout (especially if you’re in French class).

"Ça suce" does NOT mean "that sucks", as lovers of literal translations would conclude.

sucer = to suck on candy, to suck d***

that sucks = ça craint

Of course, this advice also applies to situations in which you want to say “you suck”. Stay away from “tu suces” and use “t’es nul/chiant” instead.