fill (one's) head with (something)

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fill (one's) head with (something)

To cause one to begin having particular thoughts or ideas. Everything she's said sounds like it's straight out of Pat's wacky schemes. He must be filling her head with crazy ideas.
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fill someone's head with something

Fig. to put some kind of ideas into someone's head. Who's been filling your head with ideas like that? Mary has been filling my head with ideas about how to get rich.
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The challenge then becomes how to fill one's head with as many of these brand archetypes and stories as possi- ble because, by doing so, you will give yourself a richer palette from which to paint your own plot lines.