The boy has developed this annoying habit of expressing his dislike of things. He's learned to say, rather, shout: "Don't Like It!".
He sometimes gets like this when we try to give him a bath or feed him dinner or change his clothes. When he's not in the mood he would just go "Don't Like It!". Of course he pretends that's the end of it but as parents, our goal has ever been to be persistent.
So despite the screams of protestations, the repeated shouts of "Don't Like It!" , he still finds himself fed, clean and fully clothed in the end. Of course, this effort then leaves his poor parents frazzled, drained and driven almost insane!