fill (one's) head with (something)

(redirected from filling their heads with)

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.
See also: fill, head

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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Dr Mouse stormed: "The Corporation has more than 16,000 churches and 5,000 schools in Britain where it carries out a campaign of exploiting children by filling their heads with foolish fantasy stories.
"I can't get players to sit down and talk about new contracts because agents are filling their heads with talk of free deals in the summer and massive signing-on fees if they move to France, Belgium or another foreign country."
Let the referee actually referee and stop filling their heads with stupid edicts - a record 25 red cards and 309 yellows so far tells its own story.
Robert Llewellyn and Ashley Hames will be filling their heads with facts and figures and hoping to 'trump' the other at the end of each programme.
It's never been so apt, what with the spirit of revolution in the air, and the fact women are filling their heads with trying to diet for their 'summer body'.