verb phrase. To add delicious suckitude to a situation.
Real citation: "If you ice the suck cake by constantly complaining about how filthy everything is—while, again, never lifting a finger yourself—YOUR ROOMMATES WILL NOTICE. They might eat your suck cake uncomplaining (as might your SO), but you haven't fooled them. It sucks. - Cranky"
("Savage Love Web Extra," Oct. 17, 2006, http://www.villagevoice.com/people/0642,savage,74774,24.html)
Made-up citation: "Larry David deserves a Ph.D. for his detailed portraits of how people ice the suck cake."