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Hamann, James - Identity Crisis
When James Hamann was explaining the reason why he should recite the Spanish lines, he said "I'm the Spanish teacher's daughter" instead of son. Hilarious!
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Moocher King on 08-02-2001
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Monti writes:
Did he say it in Spanish or in English? What is the context? If he said it in Spanish, naturally it would be easy to mistake "Hija" (daughter) for "Hijo" (son). That info is pertinent
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Moocher King writes:
He said it in English.
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