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LOOK: Who Can Make The Funniest Face?

KHQ.COM - Our faces are funny and amazing things. They are the central location for everything that involves communication. Human faces can make thousands of expressions, all of which can be interpreted by another. We're celebrating all of those facial expressions that make us laugh!

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