Lol. I am not fessing up to nothin'.
This made me think about something though. What if you are using a foreign word in dialogue that will establish a character? For instance, I saw the movie Inglorious Bastards. In it, Brad Pitt's character was from the hills of Tennessee, and he had a wicked accent. At one point in the movie he said (while preposterously undercover as an Italian), "Arrivederci." I laughed out loud because he said it more like, "Erreevadirtchee."
So, in some cases
, I think it could add more to your story if you spell it out phonetically as the character would say it, but only if said character is pronouncing it wrong
(Just ignore me and listen to Jan. I've had four lattes today and I am rambling.)