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 show last night captured the funnyman pulling faces at the camera as he waited his turn to be quizzed, and walking towards " T" Black Chair" as he jokingly tested it for comfort.
He was his usual jovial self, pulling faces at the camerapersons.
A TRIAL was axed after a detective was accused of pulling faces at a defendant giving evidence.
And when they don't clash, and these good folk pile on to the charabang to t'races, they inevitably congregate behind McCririck, pulling faces at the camera for the benefit of the paupers at home who can't afford a ticket, until he bellows at them to "behave yourself".
Cath Edwards, who took the picture, said: "Martin's always pulling faces at work because he's got no teeth.
SO the red-green deal is done, and those former political enemies in Plaid and Labour have stopped pulling faces at each other.
THE date has been set for the invasion of Strasbourg by Brummie gurners intent on pulling faces at the EU President Jose Manuel Barroso.
The double child killer was away from guards when he started pulling faces at Abdul Osman, 32.
The campaign points out several "extremely dangerous" activities which many parents allow their children to do while in the car, including pulling faces at other drivers and playing with electric windows.
She revealed:"Whenever he goes behind the camera, I act like a mad woman yelling and pulling faces at him.
Think about that next time you are pulling faces at someone legitimately using their blue badge.
I caught his attention and asked him if he would like to apologise - to this he replied by pulling faces at me through the window before doing a three-point turn in the cycle lane and speeding off.
Mr Walters called Mr Kaye as a "witness", and even turned up in court yesterday with pictures of his elderly neighbour "mooning" and pulling faces at him.
Furious Mr Walters said: "After the case I went to the police station and showed them pictures I took of Mr Kaye pulling faces at me.