I am heading home
Another form, that brings back to the limelight the fascinating verb "to head". In a previous Kudoz question it was used in its more usual meaning of "be in charge", as in "to head the negotiations", but here it turns half circle ("full circle" is an incorrection, if you turn full circle you are in exactly the same position) and means "to go somewhere" - presumably because your head looks in the direction you are going.
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