feed one’s face v.
1. to eat, esp. to stuff oneself with food; thus face-feeding n., over-eating; face-feeder n., an (over-)eater.
|Princeton Stories 39: In freshman year they say, ‘Are you ready to feed your face?’.|
|You Can Search Me 61: ‘Will you feed the face, Dodey?’ ‘You betcha sweet!’ Dodie replied.|
|Sun. Times (Perth) 7 June 4/7: O, grind the ten commandments out, / What time they feed a face.|
|Bulletin (Sydney) 5 Aug. 47/1: ‘I was coming out of a Dago joint picking me teeth, when Big Thompson comes erlong an’ says, ‘Yer doing it well,’ says he. ‘Well,’ says I, ‘a man must feed ’is face sometimes.’.|
|Sun. Times (Perth) 10 Dec. 95/2: An ornate prayer’s scarcely part of the game when the lusty bluenose fills his face.|
|Truth (Wellington) 13 Oct. 1/7: Our Plute Parliamentarians [...] never tired of feeding their faces in Bellamy’s.|
|Main Stem 38: We asked our wobbly friend to feed his face with us.|
|Banjo 296: Ise got enough a them francs to blow fifty face-feeders with the few dollars I done change.|
|Hobo’s Hornbook 159: Nothing in sight but sand and space; / No chance for a bo to feed his face.‘Gila Monster Route’ in|
|Law O’ The Lariat 62: When yu boys have fed yore faces yu can start for home.|
|Let Me Do the Talking 86: You just want money to feed your face and pay for your women. All you care about is Gabriel.|
|Shiralee 131: Come on, mate, and feed your face.|
|Big Rumble 100: He’ll feed his face and go see the dames.|
|Hy Lit’s Unbelievable Dict. of Hip Words 9: Buttermilk-bottom had best cut down on his face feeding.|
|Spend, Spend, Spend Scene 4: My dad always fed his face off the mantelpiece. He said it was because he never knew where the chairs were.|
|Muvver Tongue 71: They’d been feeding their faces so much they could hardly move.|
|Getting the Best Out of Your Juicer 2: Just cut into strips and feed the juicer, then feed your face.|
|A Silent Struggle 111: All you ever do around here is feed your face, get drunk, and go to sleep.|
|Finders Keepers (2016) 147: He’d love to get some payback from the fat son of a bitch now feeding his face with fancy food.|
2. to feed someone else.
|(con. early 1930s) Harlem Glory (1990) 46: To keep always in the white folks grace / [...] / You must know how to feed they face.|
3. to indulge in oral intercourse.
|Jailhouse Jargon and Street Sl. [unpub. ms.].|
|...in Time [album] You sit on my face, I dine at your Y / Blow job, gob job, sixty-eight / You feed your face and eat my meat / My fist into your Dead End Street.‘Zeitgest’ [lyrics] on|