DON’T use these around me. You’ve been warned!
Amazeballs: This was amusing for about twelve hours back in 2009.
Redonkulous: Really? You’re still quoting a characters from FOX’s defunct The O.C.?
Addicting: I’ve mentioned this one several times. The word you’re looking for is addictive.
Frak: Yeah. I get it. You like science fiction. And, while it may have been cool on t.v., it’s less cool in public. Trust me.
Sweet: Especially when attempted with an Eric Cartman inflection.
OMG, LOL, and any other online short-hard incorporated into an actual conversation.
Literally: 9 times out of 10, you actually mean “figuratively”. If it’s the 1 out of 10 times it does make sense, then it’s unnecessary.
Good for you!: I can’t imagine a more patronizing expression.
That’s what SHE said: I was willing to let this one go for duration of The Office’s run on NBC (and that was being generous since the character of Michael Scott, who popularized this phrase, left the show two years before it’s final episode), but enough is enough.
Should of, Could of, and varied improper uses of the world “of”: It’s actually “should’ve” and “could’ve” (short for “should HAVE” and “could HAVE”).