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From Japanese doya-gao (ドヤ顔, どやがお). A smug face made after a win or something epic (or not). Doya-gao, because of this nature, tend to be irritating.

This word started in Kansai stand-up comedians, and became popular in the M-1 Grand Prix 2006, a manzai tournament. It was adopted quickly on the Internet, to the point where they had a whole TV program named with the word.

The Germans have a distinct word for it. It is "Backpfeifengesicht", which is a compound word that means "a face badly in need of a fist". Or a crowbar.

See also trollface, bitch slap, Umad? and Backpfeifengesicht.
"Yeah, I get it, that parkour was pretty cool. But stop giving me a doya-gao. It's getting on my nerves."
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It’s an acronym standing for Can’t Remember A Fucking Thing. It’s usually used to describe embarrassment at being unable to remember someone (CRAFT moment); going onstage as the lead in the latest theatrical performance and your mind goes completely blank (CRAFT situation); the next morning after a night when you got pissed as a fart and woke up in bed cuddling a traffic cone and a string of fairy lights wound round your prick.
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Dunno, CRAFT.”
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'Doyagao' is the kind of face that you make when you gloat over somone or somebody or when you are so proud of your success or achivements. Just like 'ahegao' or 'hengao', it is a common expression among young Japanese people. In Japanese, 'doya' means 'triumphalism', especially in Kansai region and 'gao' indicates 'face'.
'That joke of yours wasn't as funny as you believe it was, so why the doyagao.
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'Doyagao' is the kind of face that you make when you gloat over somone or somebody or when you are so proud of your success or achivements. Just like 'ahegao' or 'hengao', it is a common expression among young Japanese people. In Japanese, 'doya' means 'triumphalism', especially in Kansai region and 'gao' indicates 'face'.
'That joke of yours wasn't as funny as you believe it was, so why the doyagao.
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