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  • The next day the girls traveled to a photography studio where Tyra Banks taught them how to "smize" -- smile with their eyes.

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  • September 21, 2009 at 02: 26 PM sutan made an appearance in the last canada's next top model. i'm not sure what that means, but there it is. oh, and tyra, stop trying to make 'smize' happen. it's like she consciously made a choice that she wasn't famous enough, and needed to pull a rachel ray and colbert and come up with some word that would permeate pop culture.

    Taking the boot off

  • Only one question wasn't answered: Can he pull a Tyra and "smize" (smile with his eyes)?

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  • There needs to be an ANTM drinking game this year where you have to take a shot every time someone uses the phrases “smize” or “h to t” – at least that would make it interesting!

    'America's Next Top Model' recap: Commercial success | EW.com

  • Besides, where else am I going to learn how to smize, or “smiling with my eyes.”

    Bravo's 'Million Dollar Listing' -- Guilty pleasure alert! | EW.com

  • I think it's safe to say that this whole smize thing occurred to Tyra after she'd been shot in the eye while smoking pot.

    Taking the boot off

  • Granted, the side-eye was in response to the best line of the cycle so far (Tyra asked if the pepperoni inspiration for Courtney's smize was, "turkey pepperoni or real pork swine"), and really it was the least Courtney could do in response to such nonsense.

    Taking the boot off

  • Please write a movie called "Jennifer's Wonky Left Eye" and include a scene in which someone performs a literal smize and then is clubbed repeatedly in the head with an air cast.

    Taking the boot off

  • She's smizing, and so are the eyes that are on top of her smize.

    Taking the boot off

  • This being smize week, you can see how her ptosis might be a problem.

    Taking the boot off

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  • to smile with the eyes (from twitter examples)

    November 22, 2014