Because someone hit you in the back of the head. I would be angry too.
that's because the heartbeat becomes slow in night and when u wake up that starts rapidly. this causes the head to pain.
Lost My Head... But I'm Back on the Right Track was created in 1987.
ummmm your head curls? =-)
It doesnt hurt
My head doesn't hurt.
See a doctor and find out what is wrong with you, it could be something serious or nothing at all, the pain could make you angry.
If they are pinned back against his head, he is angry. You will usually see his teeth if he is really angry.If they are slightly back, he is listening to something behind him, or if they are back and he's acting jumpy he is frightened.
A giraffe will lower its head when it is angry.
josh is a lady bug
A loaded gun to the head with an angry American at the other end of it.
It is listening behind him/her.But they are flat back on his/her head, him/her is angry or upset.
The ears will be pinned against his head (not just facing back-you can see the difference in the related links.)
it means that he is really angry - you might want to step back from the horse's head and legs if this happens when you are near a horse
Your Head hurts coz ur kool
He's pulling the head off it,in Italy right now.
Neither, they incline left or right.
He was so angry sparks were flying out of his head. He was so angry there was steam coming out of his ears.
Well I got hit in the back of the head an I started to black out. I couldnt walk right. I was dizzy. You basically can get a conclusion like I did.
an angry husband
Punch the left wall & then the right and slam your head into the ground it flies right out of your back
Sometimes it is difficult to tell when your puppy is playing or fighting. But, as with all creatures, there are signals to let someone know when they are angry or frightened. A dog's growl changes when they are angry; it becomes deeper and rougher sounding. Also, the hair on its head and back will begin to stand straight up, and their ears will begin to lay down toward the back of its head.
i have a 98 Cherokee with the 6 cylinder that was leaking at the back of the engine right below the valve cover..there is a rubber freeze plug and it had come loose..from the right side of the vehicle feel the back of the head for bolt head,that is what expands the rubber plug..
An angry horse will put his ears far back on his head, almost flat. His eyes will roll and he will often shake his head violently up and down. He will also swish his tail back and forth, meaning that he is irritated or angry. Sometimes a horse will rest one back hoof tensly on the ground and stretched back -- if this is the case, DO NOT go behind the horse, as he may be ready to kick and a horse kick to the head can be dangerous or even fatal. If a horse is in his stall, he will often have many of the same motions and movements, but you should be more careful in a stall given the limited amount of space and the unpredictability of a really angry horse. If a horse is out in pasture, he will often run, buck (or kick out), rush you, along with the other signs that he is mad.