English Idiom Use Your Head! From Happy English NY

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use your head? We often use the expression “use [someone’s] head” to mean “think” or “have common sense.” It is often used as a command, like this:

     -Don’t use that hair dryer while you are in the bath, Jane. Use your head!
     -Stop playing near those horses! Use your heads, kids!

We can also put the expression in a sentence like this:

     -Jerry wasn’t using his head when he took his girlfriend to a café downtown. His wife’s sister saw them.
     -You need to use your head around the kitchen so you don’t hurt yourself.

Do you need to tell someone to use their head? Have you told this to someone recently? Leave us a comment and let us know!
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