I've noted many differences between English as spoken in Britain and her former colonies, and the language spoken in the USA. American-English is rather different in many ways.
One of the most noticeable is the expression 'to suck'. In the US, if something sucks, that's a very negative description. On the other hand, I've seen vacuum-cleaners advertised overseas with the slogan 'Nothing sucks like Electrolux'. Clearly, such an advertisement wouldn't go down well in the USA!
I was pleased to find an illustration of this in a Chinese advertisement for Electrolux vacuum-cleaners. Here it is.
A funny slogan to Americans, and an amusing advertisement for all of us!