I’ve got nothing very profound to offer today, but I do think this, if spread broadly enough, could Make the World a Better Place.
Another silly catch-phrase that’s got to go:
“I know, right?”
If you say so, I’ll take your word for it, but I really don’t know if you know, so why would you ask me if that’s right? Or maybe you’re using redundancy to emphasize your agreement. In that case, you should say, “I know; right.” Don’t ask me if you know when what you mean is to tell me that you know.