pull faces (at someone)

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pull faces (at someone)

To make distorted, silly, or humorous facial expressions (at someone) for one's own or someone else's amusement. I get great laughs out of my nieces and nephews by pulling faces at them. Mom, tell Billy to quit pulling faces, he's really annoying me!
See also: face, pull
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The trick to this is to spend as much time as possible with your neck craned around, shouting and red-faced, swerving out of control while the little darlings smear jam into the upholstery and pull faces at passing drivers.
I don't care either if my own children aged four and three pull faces at the vegetables on their plate and demand sweets and crisps.
Treatment has reduced the tumour and Tom added: "Dad's in good spirits - good enough to pull faces at me when I'm talking on the phone.
I used to pull faces at the volunteers as I went past.
A EURO-MP'S plan to take 45 gurning Brummies to pull faces at the European president in Strasbourg has been condemned.
As the fireworks signal midnight we break on through to the other side, dance despite the weather and pull faces at the clouds.
When I let people sample the meat they say how tasty it is - but when I then tell them what it is, some pull faces at the thought of eating eel," he said.
MIKE Nattrass MEP is recruiting a team of gurners to pull faces at Jose Manuel Barroso, the President of the EU Commission.
But when I then tell them what it is some pull faces at the thought of eating eel.