come into (one's) head

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come into (one's) head

To be thought of by one. Take time to form your response to the interviewer—don't just blurt out the first thing that comes into your head.
See also: come, head
References in classic literature ?
You never stop to think--whatever comes into your head to say or do you say or do it without a moment's reflection.
If you're pushed for time, it's tempting to do the first thing that comes into your head.
The literary method of these two is, essentially, that pioneered by the late Auberon Waugh and now mainly represented by Julie Burchill: you simply write down everything that comes into your head, however idiotic, and hope that enough of it will sound funny, or strike a chord with some nitwit.
It led off with a brief statement by Jack Kerouac, "The Origins of Joy in Poetry," in which Kerouac affirmed Ferlinghetti's critique of contemporary academic verse, describing the writing of the San Francisco Renaissance as "a kind of new-old Zen Lunacy poetry, writing whatever comes into your head as it comes, poetry returned to its origin, in the bardic child, truly ORAL as Ferling said, instead of gray faced Academic quibbling.