I am reading this post, and meet the following words:

Repeating yourself (three times) while programming is about as desirable as getting kicked inna head.

How to understand "getting kicked inna head" here? I guess its meaning should be something like "make sb mad", but can't find its definition in website.

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    The slurred "inna head" does not fit well into the register of the rest of the sentence. – rogermue Feb 23 '16 at 5:37
  • Being kicked in the head is not making anyone else mad, it means you are giving yourself a headache. – Chenmunka Feb 23 '16 at 12:51

"inna head" = "in the head", where "inna" is an imitation of English spoken by a person with poor enunciation.

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