To juggle balls is like to kiss ass, brown nose, or suck up but is more intense and elaborate because of the many styles and techniques.
Ball juggling is common from students to teachers or empoyees to employers. This term nearly always applies to males, and commonly English teachers.
Ball juggling is more dangerous than ass kissing because once you start the target must be satisfied or they will be left with blue balls which will infuriate them.
The 'over-friendly juggle' makes the teacher feel warm and welcome. A greeting such as "hey bro" or a remark such as "good job man". This style makes the teacher more susceptible to other forms of ball juggling.
The 'side kick juggle' is where one assists the teacher.
The 'expression juggle' where while the teacher speaks the juggler gazes into their eyes and nods their head, reacting with different facial expressions to the story and gestures.
The 'thief juggle' where one snatches the ball in mid-air and juggles it themselves.
The "sparknotes juggle" is where one uses another source of information to impress the teacher.
The 'complementary juggle' is a subtle technique, a firm "good job sir", or "what insight" is the basis of this form.
More examples of ball juggling techniques are:
The 'positive comments juggle', a quick "nice tie today sir", followed by "I can't wait for class to start" is a fool-proof way to achieve ejaculation during jugglage later on.
The 'enthusiasm juggle' when one says something mundane, boring, and work-related with so much passion the teacher ejaculates forcefully.
The 'solo juggle', where one person hogs the balls and refuses to share.
The 'passing juggle', where one person continues the juggle of another person.
The 'hot potato' is where one only holds the ball for a short time, just saying a word or two at a time, quickly passing.
The 'backstage juggle' is out of the classroom or formal area.
The 'intimate juggle' is not necessarily sexual, but is one-on-one in private. This is one of the most intense and effective forms of juggling.
The 'public display of juggling' is where one juggles infront of an audience.
The 'thesaurus juggle' is where on uses overly complicated words to add extra potency to the juggling.
The 'apologetic juggle' is where one juggles the balls with sincerity and kindness, a comment such as "Oh my god, I'm so sorry sir", is typical of this techique.
The 'tribute juggle' where one gifts coffee, or another form of tribute as a sign of worship.