Just wanted to say that the other day, I heard someone refer to her child's minor injury as a "boo-boo."
My first thought: "Boo-boo? What's a boo-boo?"
And then: "Oh yeah, that's how they say bobo in English."
And then: "What do I mean, 'they'? I'm a native English-speaking American who lives in the US! Aren't I a 'they' any more?"
And then: "'Boo-boo.' That's silly. What a silly-sounding word! Not like bobo in French. Bobo just sounds cool. Any kid would be glad to have a bobo instead of a boo-boo."