We all use euphemisms, sometimes a lot more times than we think. Before I go any further, let me give you a definition of the word "euphemism":
"A mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing"
OK, I suppose you want some examples. OK. How about B.O. for "body odor" or B.R. for "bath room" or B.M for . . . what you may do in a bath room.
Yep, euphemisms try to mask impolite or rude expressions but still leave the meaning quite clear. Want some more examples? OK.
"Wow, ain't you special." This implies the same meaning as when "special" is used in "special child" or that you think you are better than everyone else. Not really meant as a compliment. Of course, most all euphemisms are not meant to be compliments, except maybe "she is in the family way" instead of saying "pregnant". And some we older people don't appreciate, like "You are becoming a little thin on top" or "you are knocking on death's door". And how about when someone suggests that you may be carrying around a little extra weight? Just love getting comments like that. . . yeah, right.
I am sure you have and use your favorite euphemisms, so let us know what some of them are. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?