Maryland Crab Face
A facial structure commonly seen in females in Maryland, generally found from the Eastern Shore up to and including parts of Baltimore. Common facial features associated with the Maryland Crab Face include a rounded, bulbous nose, flaring nostrils, cold, dark eyes, fair skin that is reddened from repeated excessive sun exposure, and light-colored, often dyed, hair. Upon closer inspection, the face resembles that of a Chesapeake Bay crab.
That chicks body is good but you have to deal with that rough personality and her matching Maryland Crab Face.