If we haven't regretted already the mistake in delegating to American teenagers the sole reponsibility for all neologisms in the English language, we should start now.
Example: "The funnest iPod ever."
A combination of the worst of the advertising industry's attempts to be 'hip' together with its congenital laziness.
Phrases like that make me want to bite things, starting with the keyboard, then the desk, the walls, house bricks, and advertising agencies. By which I mean their buildings. Their 'HQs'. 'Command centrals.' Boardrooms.
I want to bite them, but then I fear I'll start slobbering over them because by that stage I'll be displaying all the symptoms of rabies.
Bite. Bite, do you hear me? Bite bite bite.