UK readers may not recognise 'my bad', except from US sitcoms. And I'm not sure I share Wade's view of 'the bottom line' -- "Effective when first uttered, it is now two steps removed from 'Great Caesar's ghost!'"
But the list gets some of the main culprits:
- The bottom line.
- Walk the talk.
- My bad.
- Cool ("Use it around younger people and watch their eyes roll").
- The C-suite.
- Back in the day.
- Cut to the chase.
- None of us is as smart as all of us. "True. Sometimes one of us is smarter".
- Thinking outside the box.
Any more annoying business phrases?