Verb

Daleface

To glare angrily at someone.

Noun

Daleface, Dalefacer

A sinister glare; a person who glares in a freakish, angry way.

The strange, sometimes terrifying glare a person gives someone. Consisting of anger, disgust or just pure hatred, sometimes all together. One may receive a Daleface after he or she truly lit someone's fuse. Sometimes a person may Daleface someone because they took there seat on their couch, or maybe after dying in Flappy Bird.

The origin of Daleface comes to us from the popular character Dale in The Walking Dead comics and television series, as he made many interesting faces.
After crashing his dad's car Fred received a monstrous Dale face from his friend Joe

Out of fear of being Dalefaced Ricardo didn't ask his teacher for help.

" Why does that rotten lady look at me like that? She is such a Dalefacer!"

"Moe,put your Daleface on and tell those punks to get off our lawn!!!"
anonymoose 9779によって 2014年04月11日(金)

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