I don’t like it when people ask, “what’s the good word?” How am I supposed to answer that? “Gravy”? That’s a good word. I like gravy. How about “stapler”? Staplers are good.
And to that point, I don’t like it when co-workers are walking past me and ask “how’s it going?” and they keep walking. If they really wanted to know how things are currently “going” for me, then they would stop and ask me; not ask me as they walking past me. I think it’s a rude question to ask when you’re walking past someone. The next time someone asks me “how’s it going” when they’re walking past me I’m going to tell them the direction I’m walking, i.e. “south”, “west”, etc. Get it? “How’s it GOING?”. I will tell themt he direction that I am going.