puppet mouth
 n.— «“Your face has a lot of character,” he says. Uh-oh. In my book, character is another word for wrinkles. But when I ask him which wrinkles I should get rid of, he says, “I don’t see anything I find offensive as a plastic surgeon. People with jowls or turkey gobblers or puppet mouth, those things need to be fixed.” But I’ve got puppet mouth. “It’s part of your maturation. You may get to the point where you can’t live with it, but because you’re thin and you have an olive complexion, you should age gracefully. I’m a big believer in fat injections. If you wanted to be the best you could be, you could probably just have that done and never anything else.”» —“The Wrinkles We Keep” by Dodie Kazanjian Vogue Aug. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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