I’m sick to death of the over-use of the prefix “super”, usually to amplify an adjective, in business communications. Here is a shortened list of actual examples that I’ve noticed in the recent past:
super relevant question
Personally, I’m finding this to be super-annoying.
To Rant. v.n. [randen, Dutch, to rave.] To rave in violent or high sounding language without proportionable dignity of thought.
A Dictionary of the English Language (1755)