One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An ugly or miserable-looking person.‘listen faceache, your mum's going to kill you if you go back to the house looking like that’
- ‘You don't have rights to agree here, face-ache.’
- ‘Oh come on face ache, the band may never break up anyway!’
- ‘It'd need to be a lot to put up with "face-ache" everyday!’
- ‘Sorry, Faceache, but I've got to say as a "budding photographer" you've got a lot to learn about the most important aspect of street/people photography.’
- ‘Whats up with you face-ache?’
- ‘"Do you remember that one, Face Ache?"’
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