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Drake Masters the Duck-Sparrow Face Hybrid

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Some are still stuck on the duck face, testing the limits of how tightly lips can be pursed together to achieve cheekbones steeper than a black diamond ski slope. Most, on the other hand, have moved on to the sparrow face, duck face's less taxing, more flattering cousin. Only one man, however, has ventured into the duck-sparrow face hybrid. That man is Drake. When you have finished observing his lip formation, take a moment to stare into Drizzy's deep, contoured eyes. Then make pretend he is your boyfriend. Repeat.