Here’s more French pulled straight from a conversation. A guy said an equivalent in French of:
That’s so cute!
Do you know how he might’ve said this?
To say it, he used the word cute, which, when used in French, is only heard in colloquial language. It’s pronounced as if it were written kioute in French (i.e., it follows English pronunciation).
Here’s what he said:
C’est don’ ben cute!
Don’ is in fact donc, but the final c isn’t pronounced here. The apostrophe is there to remind you.
Ben sounds like the French word bain. It’s a contraction of bien.
The words don’ and ben are very often used together for emphasis.
C’est don’ ben cute.
C’est don’ ben cher.
C’est don’ ben loin, etc.