In the article, we used two idioms based on a particular part of our body. Can you spot them? Yes, you are correct! The girls said they had to put their heads together for the cookery contest. And they laughed their heads off at times and enjoyed the fun of working as a team. When people put their heads together, they work together to solve a problem. Example: Power giants put their heads together in a power station project in Shandong province. (SCMP, September 5, 1993) We say someone laughs his head off when he laughs for a long time. The idiom is actually figurative. Example: In laughing clubs, people meet for no reason other than to laugh their heads off. (SCMP, February 3, 2002) Do you like cooking? Share with us your original recipes and ideas about food and cookery. Send them to English Corner, Young Post, 16/F Somerset House, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, with your name and contact number.