Top Definition
Primarily Australian: Usually used in an annoyed or confrontational manner, meaning both shut up and/or mind your own business.
I've heard just about enough out of you mate, you'd best pull your head in.
by Darvon July 31, 2011
Meaning quit your bitching and get on with it, stop complaining about stupid things and get your priorities straight.
You'll lose your job if you're messing around and don't pull your head in!
by BunnyRabbitSex July 22, 2012
Pull your head in
Phrase.

Shut up or Mind your own buisiness.

See also Get your head out for a simmilar but very different phrase.
Pull your fucking head in!

Pull your head in!
by F4tal_3rror December 25, 2005
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