How's your 'not face'?
Apparently, there's a face that everyone can pull to make a point, even if they don't speak the same language.
It's called the "not face" and scientists in the US say it looks the same for native speakers of English, Spanish, Mandarin, Chinese and even American Sign Language.
Pamela Pallet, an expert in facial expression at the University of Ohio, says the "not face" is based upon three facial expressions.
She said: "It draws upon some anger, some disgust and a little bit of contempt - it's something that indicates a negative".
This clip is originally from 5 live Breakfast on Wednesday 30 March 2016.