I agree with many already posted, especially "literally" and "awesome". I once heard a news reporter say "people here in this small town are literally bursting with pride that this young man from their hometown has won a Gold Medal..." Wait! Did you say that people are literally bursting? Like a whole town is full of exploding people? Shouldn't this be front page news?
I also once heard a waitress say that the tortilla soup is "awesome." Not it's not. It might be really good. But save the word "awesome" for a volcano or the Grand Canyon or a cure for cancer.
So here's my contribution. Redundancy phrases get to me:
ATM Machine (because the M stands for Machine)
PIN Number (because the N stands for Number)
Hot Water Heater (it's a water heater, not a hot water heater. Why would you want to heat hot water?)