Dommit

Isla- Mom, did you know “dommit” is “no” in Japanese?

Me- umm, uhhh

Isla- yeah, at preschool, Lochlain said “Dommit, Takuya!” and Takuya is Japanese and Lochlain was mad when he said it, so dommit means no in Japanese.

Me- umm, uhhh

People, where are the parenting books for these situations? This conversation was hours ago, and I’m still not exactly sure how I should’ve responded.

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