I don't know why but I can't stand "mouth". It just seems so weird to say! It's like my "mouth" can't even form the word "mouth". I don't know if it's just me or what. Oh and "pants". It just seems so dirty!
Like many others, I hate 'orbs' in relation to eyes. I also hate it when the 'orbs' are also described as 'chocolate', so it just makes me think their eyes are chocolate fudge balls.
For some reason, I also hate the word n****e. And when people call wolves 'Wolfie's'
If I see someone described as "glorious" I will pour gasoline on them, light them, back away and scream "oh my ******** god, someone call a fangirl - Edward's sparkling gloriously tonight. She'll want to smoother herself in his glorious-smelling barbecued corpse!".
I hate using the word 'as' because it's one that I tend to get really redundant with if I don't watch myself. So even though it's pretty fundamental it grates on me whenever I find myself putting it into a sentence XD.
The word 'just' can be another one. Like, even when I'm just talking about something--SEE! IT'S EVERYWHERE.
Really obvious, cliche rhymes like "every day / in every way."
Also, I simply have no words for any American who uses the words shite, arse, and feck instead of s**t, a**, and ********. It's not cute, you're not British, and if you're going to swear at least have the balls to say what you mean.