dys·phe·mism [dis-fuh-miz-uhm] –noun
1. the substitution of a harsh, disparaging, or unpleasant expression for a more neutral one.
The antonym of euphemism.
I'm so glad you have Rye-boy-oh. Though he can never replace Paddy, he sure can fill in a little bit more of your heart with dog!! In my mind, some of her essence lives on......in the pictures you post, in that tat on your calf, in the stories you share....and maybe a bit in Rye too! Happy Birthday Rye.
Thinking of you. :) Sam
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