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Explanation: This sounds like a strange mix between Norwegian and Danish.
I believe the "Ish" is actually "I" which is Danish for *you* (plural) - the -sh ending is probably just interference from the following "skulle" ("sku").
In everyday speech, "skulle" is often pronounced "sku" (= should)
"hatt" is Norwegian = have had
"juling" is Norwegian = a beating.
Inkuria Norway Local time: 20:15 Native speaker of: Norwegian, Norwegian (Bokmal) PRO pts in pair: 8