do a snow job on (someone)(redirected from doing a snow job on you)
do a snow job on (someone)
To try to persuade someone through lying or flattery. He laid the compliments on her so thick, it was surprising that she couldn't see that he was just doing a snow job on her.
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do a snow job on someone
tv. to deceive or confuse someone. She thought she did a snow job on the teacher, but it backfired.
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- do a snow job on someone
- a snow job
- snow job
- in the palm of (someone's) hand
- have (someone) eating out of the palm of (one's) hand
- have (someone) in the palm of (one's) hand
- have somebody in the palm of your hand
- have someone in the palm of your hand
- have somebody eating out of your hand
- have (someone) eating out of (one's) hand