Top Definition
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better. It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears. Or, I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
When you say something that you know the other person just wants to hear. It may not be the truth but it makes them feel better.

It's kind of sugar-coating your response to the other person or subject.
“If you don't want me to tell you the truth, then I'll just paint your ears.” Or, “I don’t care what you say, I think you did a great job.”
paint ears paint your ears ears paint ears paint paint your your ears
by GMoneyGrill June 03, 2016
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