Yes, that’s right. It’s French. And it means “I’m called Hamish”. The French use that expression for revealing who they are instead of its popular counterpart in English which goes “My name is Hamish”. This apparently makes more sense to the deserving French community, because, let’s face it…. How many...
“From the looks of it, the damage seems to be permanent, and noted experts say she's going to remain a Hashmi fan for life.”from - Making a hash out of me, read the full article...
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