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have a fat head

To be conceited, arrogant, or self-aggrandizing. Cheryl has such a big head on her, all she ever talks about is herself. Janice has had a bit of a big head ever since she got that promotion.
See also: fat, have, head
References in classic literature ?
"My friends," he resumes after dabbing his fat head for some time-- and it smokes to such an extent that he seems to light his pocket- handkerchief at it, which smokes, too, after every dab--"to pursue the subject we are endeavouring with our lowly gifts to improve, let us in a spirit of love inquire what is that Terewth to which I have alluded.
A HERO "cried his little fat head off" after saving the life of a baby choking on a ring.
My fat head is spinning but I'm instructed to BOOK NOWI've had a cuppa, air-con and great service, without any stress
My fat head is spinning but I'm instructed to BOOK The flights look good, daytime out and return.
STEVE Bruce has told Blues fans to up their banter-game after insisting: "I've not got a fat head anymore!" "Potato head' slurs were fired in the Villa manager's direction when Bruce watched Blues lose 2-0 at Burton Albion on Friday night.
"I have arguments with numerous people who don't necessarily say anything to me about boxing but they swear at me, call me fat head and they'll throw a bit of abuse at me but at the very end of the game that's it.
Fledgling is a good representation of a clumsy bird with oversized wings and fat head, and Cat and Bird shows a tiny cat's head being stared at by a bird to reverse the situation, with Pushing Up Daisies showing two cats with flowers.
The solution to a fat head is the same as for a fat body: You need to go on a diet, an information diet.
21, 2012 was going to bring the apocalypse, people seem to be looking at 12/21/12 as a big, fat head trip.
Rachel Green, who's been with Bandaloop for 12 years, admitted that despite the many years of practice, spinning suspended in the air gave the dancers a " fat head," the troupe's term for a head rush.
I don't like what you re proving here," Tom Naughton's doctor tells him toward the end of Fat Head, his sharp; funny rejoinder to Morgan Spurlock's 2004 fast food expose Super Size Me.