adj. Kind of a tool, kind of a douche.
Real citation: "The resulting apoplexy of douche-toolish self-obsession -- too many egos, too small a space, Romo quoting himself, Gaius being all writer guy now, Angeli doing a bang-up job as usual -- causes the entire episode to run backwards from itself and then explode at the very beginning, like it never happened."
(Jacob, "The Son Also Rises," Television Without Pity, page 20, http://www.televisionwithoutpity.com/articles/content/a12902/index-19.html)
Made-up citation: "Half of good teaching is just being non-douche-toolish."