For example, "better than it has any right to be" sounds really backhanded to me. We're all critics nowadays and it seems so hard for us to just give an honest straight compliment.
Another one would be "the correct answer is" in response to an opinion. To me this language is in line with today's discourse, our poor ability to listen to each other, and the lack of respect we have for other ppl's thoughts.
These 2 bother me 'cause they seem to fit so perfectly into the social climate we live in. Maybe I'm reaching, Idk. But do y'all get bothered by any phrases that get tossed around often these days?