At least, I think the 2011 list is this year’s. If it’s not, they’re Doing It Wrong:
I agree on ‘viral,’ although I think that the unintended connotation of a loathsome pestilence makes the word inherently self-honest.
Sorry, but we need ‘fail.’ It is such an economical way to describe that which faileth. I’ll yield on ‘epic’, though, as we really don’t need another watered-down superlative.
‘BFF’ must indeed go. Sometimes when I see it, I invent shocking substitute meanings for the letters. Feel free to drop yours into the comments!
There is nothing wrong with saying ‘woman up.’ Therefore, there is nothing wrong with saying ‘man up.’ I suppose if someone’s transgender, you would have a dilemma. Rather than blow a fuse, you could just tell that person ‘be strong’.
‘I’m just sayin” indeed has to be staked before it can rise from the grave and propagate progeny that will also feed on the living.
Interested in your own takes on the list.