giving someone excessive flattery. Recently popularized by the Petros and Money show on Fox Sports Radio.
by dizzyHB May 14, 2010
by Rodney King April 22, 2004
by Neil in Laguna Beach January 30, 2008
Originally used to refer to a cheater in the gentleman's sport of golf from the disingenuous act of picking up one's ball from the green in order to wash it then subtly replacing it closer to the cup. While meant as an extreme insult when people cared about such things, it has maintained its weight by now being used with obscene implications.
That ball-washing bastard!
by bpc May 16, 2005