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Mikka - as in Hakkinen
Meeka - as in my friend Mica
Mykah - as in Richards
Argh it's a minefield!
WE'RE IN A MINEFIELD!
It's after some town in America though, so it might be different?
I always pronounce 'Micah' Mykah though.
who has the same name/spelling as Mika the popstar but the opposite pronounciation (one's Mycah and one's Meeka). Annoyingly I can't remember which is which so I always get her name wrong.
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Hopefully it was supposed to?
Didn't realise the French for pretentious was actually so similar to the English - thought it was a play on how English people sometimes spell things in a French way/use French phrases for faux-sophistication. As I just did there and could be seen as pretentious...
That's what I thought. You should have run with it.
It's well prétentieux.
For Richards - My-Kah.
like the kid in heroes
My brother was good friends with him and that's what everyone called him...
you're spelling it WRONG.