24 definitions by GMoneyGrill

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One of the two bitches of the dynamic Foutch/Dee-Dee Duo. Foutch is considered the "female" of this all-girl couple. Dee-Dee, while one hot piece of ass, cannot compete with the pure, sweet loveliness that is known as Foutch.

Foutch can be recognized by her blast-from-the-past outfits and "Bob" haircut.

She can also be seen using her patented "Foutchie" move. This includes waving her index finger in the air while pursing her lips and shaking her head. The sound she makes during her move is a sort-of a negative "mm-mm" sound.

Dee Dee has also often been seen and heard using this same motion.
Maan, have you seen how Foutch and Dee-Dee are always attached at the hip?

Yeah, I've also seen how they are attached in other places too!
by GMoneyGrill March 04, 2008
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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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"Tickle the Lens" or ""Tickling the Lens" is used to describe a person that is great at photography. This person can either be "natural" or "formally trained" to take a great-looking photo. This expression is similar to "Tickle the Ivory" or "Tickling the Ivory" which is a person great at playing the piano.
If you're looking for a wedding photographer, I've been known to "Tickle the Lens."
by GMoneyGrill July 22, 2016
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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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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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"Tickle the Lens" or ""Tickling the Lens" is used to describe a person that is great at photography. This person can either be "natural" or "formally trained" to take a great-looking photo. This expression is similar to "Tickle the Ivory" or "Tickling the Ivory" which is a person great at playing the piano.
If you're looking for a wedding photographer. I've been known to "Tickle the Lens."
by GMoneyGrill July 22, 2016
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"Tickle the Lens" or ""Tickling the Lens" is used to describe a person that is great at photography. This person can either be "natural" or "formally trained" to take a great-looking photo. This expression is similar to "Tickle the Ivory" or "Tickling the Ivory" which is a person great at playing the piano.
If you're looking for a wedding photographer. I've been known to "Tickle the Lens."
by GMoneyGrill July 22, 2016
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Buy a Tickle the Lens mug!