"Pick something that you would give to somebody's face
or that you would want to receive with integrity," Schuit said.
Hurling personal insults - and that too to somebody's face
as they try to calm their crying child - is stooping to the lowest point of humanity.
"I do think people trolling on Facebook or Twitter, if you wouldn't say it to somebody's face
why would you say it on social media, it doesn't reflect well on you either.
There's a road rage phenomenon to social media, where people all of a sudden feel comfortable to say horrible things that you would never say to somebody's face
in real life.
The food will just bring some variety and I hope it will bring a smile to somebody's face
Note the following alternative, formal lexicalisations of the discussed sense 'to be bold': to be bare-FACEd, to have/to bear the FACE to do something, to push/show one's FACE, to travel upon one's FACE, to run one's FACE, to tell something to somebody's FACE
STUNNING news last week, as it emerged that no journalist on Fleet Street has ever said one thing to somebody's face
and another behind somebody's back.
"If I can bring a smile to somebody's face
, let's do it."