bang (people's) heads together

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bang (people's) heads together

To scold two or more people harshly. If you two do something this stupid again, I'm going to bang your heads together!
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bang (or knock) people's heads together

reprimand people severely, especially in an attempt to stop them arguing.
1998 Community Care There are few signs yet that the SEU has been willing to bang government heads together over social security policy.
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By banging their heads together they may produce such a legal dispensation to cater to the exigencies of precarious security conditions obtaining so worrisomely in the land presently.
Do it over doughnuts, do it over lunch, do it by banging their heads together - but do it, Taurus.
He could well have been banging their heads together off the field but some of them are probably too arrogant even to listen.
But it took a full morning of banging their heads together.
JUDGING from the title, you could be forgiven for thinking this was a profile of the cavemen who first sketched woolly mammoths on cave walks and made music by banging their heads together.
Instead of banging their heads together, Peter and Ian should put their heads together and come up with another way of raising funds for deserving children.