Confession: I am kind of a snob. I judge people based on how many adjectives they use in everyday conversation. Basically, I have identified the three worst offenders of this adjective crime:
These folks are basically walking mushrooms, as far as vocabulary is concerned. They are able to communicate in a few grunts and barks, but when it comes to expressing anything beyond "Me want food," the only adjective they can think to use is "Crazy": "Your mom has cancer? That's crazy!" "Free concert tickets? That's crazy!" "She was so hot it was, like, crazy!" "My car is going crazy, it won't work!" There is virtually no spice to this conversation, it's all context. Chances are, they also depend on using over 1,000 different inflections of the word "dude" because they can't formulate a sentence.
Most of the people you will encounter in life are "Stupid/Crazy/Awesome" people. They have only three adjectives which they use on a rotating basis. Anything good is "Awesome:" "Leftover pizza for breakfast? Awesome!" Anything bad is "Stupid" (or "Gay," but they may grow out of this by the time they reach 20). "My stupid roommate ate my leftover pizza!" And anything that causes conflicting or confused emotion is "Crazy". Just slightly more sentient than plain old "crazy" people, they are capable of having opinions and labeling them in very black-and-white terms.
Terrible offenders! In a desperate attempt to project intelligence, they use the adjective "interesting" all the time to avoid engaging in deeper conversation while remaining aloof. These people are a poisonous mix of pretentious and vapid.
Please don't judge me for judging you.