She can't be that two faced otherwise she wouldn't be wearing that one
She must get so exhausted putting make-up on two faces each morning
He's that two faced I bet he doesn't know which face to wash in the morning
He's got more front than Blackpool
He would stab his best friend for the sake of writing an epigram on his tombstone.
- Oscar Wilde
He is a fine friend. He stabs you in the front.
- Leonard Louis Levinson
Bette Davis and I are good friends. There's nothing I wouldn't say to her face - both of them.
- Tallulah Bankhead
He was trying to save both his faces.
- John Gunther
If I was two-faced, would I be wearing this one?
- Abraham Lincoln
She proceeds to dip her little fountain-pen filler into pots of oily venom and to squirt the mixture at all her friends.
- Harold Nicholson
He wears, almost everywhere, two faces; and you have scarce begun to admire the one, e'er you despise the other.
- John Dryden, on William Shakespeare
You've got more faces than an oven full of Gingerbread men.
He has more faces than a clock factory.
The statue at the far left is Janus, the two-faced Roman god.
The painting is A Dance to the Music of Time
by Nicholas Poussin (1639)http://www.princeton.edu/~danson/Lit131/W-winter.htm
Janus was the Roman god who wore two faces, one looking forward, the other backward. He was the god of openings and closings, beginnings and endings. (January is named for him.) He undeservedly has given his name to a phrase, "Janus-faced," which mean two-faced or hypocritical. Many of the characters in Julius Caesar act one way when with one character and another way when alone or with a different character. Casca, Cassius, Antony and even Caesar himself behave differently depending upon who he is with. Two faced defined