Define The Face Meaning

The Face
1. A primal facial expression that affectively communicates any human emotion.

2. An expression of the id

When asked to sign her friend's yearbook, she couldn't find the words to express what an awesome year she had had, so she drew the face instead.
By Lenora
Face To Face
Having a face to face chat with someone as opposed to just chatting to them online using programmes such as MSN

I went to my mates house to have a face to face
By Maureene
Face-face
The best name to call someone to harrass them, or simply the act of rubbing your face on someone elses face.


"You stupid fag!"
"You stupid FACE-FACE!"
By Margaretha
To The Face
To attack with enthusiasm and ferocity, most often used when speaking of alcoholic beverages "SHOTS TO THE FACE!" but can be applied to other circumstances, see below:

Jagerbombs to the face!  Funnel to the face!  Late night pizza to the face!  Motorboat to the face!   Newport to the face! (vacation)  Fenway to the face! (sporting event)
This can also be communicated as the acronym "TTF" or "2TF"
By Martha
Facing
Smoking a whole blunt by yourself

Yo, you should be facing a blunt before you see Pineapple Express
By Gianna
On The Face.
originated Hebrew this phrase is one of the most popular phrases in Israel. It's equivalent to "sucks"

-"so how was that party last night"
-"oh man, that party was on the face. im never going there again"
By Tamarra
In The Face
Something that people say when something happened that could be interpreted as perverted.

When you get hit with anything in your face and people need to emphasize it.

jack: "Ahhh man i got this stuff all over me
Steve:"In the face"

Bob: *punches guy in the face*
Bill: "in the face!!!!"
By Almeta
By The Face
When you do or say something which has no sense in that situation, you do it by the face.

- He told me I was a liar.
- Why?
- Pfff by the face, i had never spoken with him before.
By Gabriell
To Face

I disliked him at first but then I to face faced him and it changed my mind.
By Louisa
Face-to-face
communication in-person or over electronic devices using individual instruments

Face-to-face communication technology made it better for all people.
By Fedora