Here is a situation: Dad is talking to his 5-year-old son while watching TV:
Dad: I really like this movie.
Son: But I don't like this movie.
Dad: I am a bit hungry.
Son: But I am not hungry.
Dad: You must be doing your homework at the moment, isn't it?
Son: No, I won't do my homework.
Dad (angrily): Stop _____
So, what do you think Dad's natural response should be here?
(I would really want to have it started with the word "stop", but if you think it won't sound natural in English, then you can drop it. It is very likely that this whole conversation will sound not natural - do, please, comment)
Here I have some of my options - none of them seem to be natural to me:
Stop arguing with me! (But it’s not really an argument, as far as I can tell);
Stop saying things opposite to what I am saying! (Too long and kind of too complicated for an angry response);
Stop it! (Looks kind of too general to me and, perhaps, a bit soft)
Stop reasoning with me (It’s not really a reasoning, but just a case of one being stubborn);