noun phrase. Remarkably similar to the dreaded someone-yoinked-in-my-salad face.
Real citation: "Per usual, Kate had her someone-crapped-in-my-cereal face all show long. I don't trust her and her eternal mopiness at all."
(March 18, 2009, "5-9: "Namaste" 2009.03.18," Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=3183339&view=findpost&p=11505375)
Made-up citation: "I hate posing for sexy photos, a task I must endure often, because of my fame. Half my sexy pouts look like a someone-crapped-in-my-cereal face, and the other half scare woodland critters, who comprise over half my fan base."