When talking to people there are a few single words or short phrases that will completely ruin conversations for me.
Whatever about people's opinions and world views, I will argue a point and carry on even if I strongly disagree with them; but the following are some examples of words which, if seriously used in conversation, tend to make me roll my eyes & grit my teeth while I wait for the next opportunity to end the conversation & leave.
Chillax - Definitely a strong contender for one of my most hated of all non-words.
Totes - As a contraction for "totally", if this is a reference to the gambling booths then I suppose that's ok.
Langer(ed) - When said by anyone from Dublin.
Langer(ed) - When said by anyone from Cork.
Cute hoor - When said by anyone under 50. Actually, even when it's said by anyone over 50, but I'm more forgiving if I ever have to talk to that person again.
Morto - As a contraction for "mortified".
"Mix It Up" - Unless in reference to actively mixing something. If it's "I know I usually sit here and you sit there but I thought we'd mix it up!" then we have a problem and I'll be taking neither seat.
Baloobas - Drunk. Just no.
Epic - In relation to every meal, night out, photograph, joke...
Noms - Because "food", "meals", "snacks" aren't specific enough.
Nom nom nom/ Nomming - As a reference to "eating".
Gargle - For drinking alcohol.
Scoops - This coupled with the hand gesture of lifting a drink of tipping it rapidly back & forth at your face pretty much ensure that - if I'm your only option - you'll be drinking alone.
"One More Tune!" - I'm not sure what's worse, a crowd chanting this at the end of a gig, or those scattered people in pubs at closing time who chant this at the DJ.