and it's still yiddish time.
I couldn't find any positive references when looking up Yiddish D's. The most popular D is the word Dreck. As in "This sandwich is dreck, you expect me to pay for it?" or
"You didn't wipe up your mess- your work ethic is Dreck"
or "I fell like dreck this morning"
Dreck=$h!t, by the way.
another D that jumped out at me is Dybbuk. There was a movie I saw about a dybbuk- some weird blue eyed dead twin dybbuk.
A Dybbuk is a malvolent spirit of a dead person who is forced to wander for eternity being tortured. So, the spirit will usually try to steal a living person's body to escape. I think many cultures have this. I have an acquaintence that leaves milk in her kitchen cupboard to appease a kitchen dybbuk.
This is what I think a Dybbuk might look like- it's a painting by Anthony Clarkson
Another D word is Dumkop- This has got to be of German origin- because someone once told me the only two German words I thought I knew and this was one of them. Meaning Dumb head- or something of the sort. the other word was shitzkop. we won't go into that.
and a nice saying to end this bit:
Der oylam is a goylam= the world is stupid.
BTW- thanks for the kindness- I'm feeling human now :)